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Pine Street Bridge Replacement


Location: Town and Village of Alfred, NY

Owner: Allegany County

Services Provided: 

Bridge Design

Highway Design


Construction Inspection 

This project involved the replacement of a 50-ft span deteriorated steel multi-girder bridge carrying Pine Street over Canacadea Creek at the entrance of Alfred University in the Town and Village of Alfred. 

The new bridge structure is a 36-ft span precast concrete arch structure with cast-in-place concrete wingwalls supported on an invert slab foundation with sheet pile walls for scour protection. In addition to the bridge work, the design included a large curved concrete retaining wall between the existing North Main Street Bridge and the Pine Street Bridge to provide a more efficient hydraulic flow between the two structures and additional space for turning vehicles. As part of the project, the North Main Street intersection was milled and resurfaced, new traffic signal poles were installed, and the ADA curb ramps were reconstructed to meet current standards. A water main and other underground utilities were relocated to accommodate the proposed bridge replacement.

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