Canal Street Bridge over Black River Replacement
Client: Village of Dexter | Location: Dexter, New York | Completion Date: 2017 | Services Provided: Land Surveying
Jefferson County, in partnership with the Village of Dexter, prepared deigns for repair of the 1937 Canal Street Bridge to maintain access to Fish Island, important to the region for recreation, tourism, education, and research. The project will implement the Village’s Local Waterfront Revitalization Program and allow crucial maintenance of the Enel Hydropower Plant. The CFA Award for this project is in the amount of $120,384, with $1.57 million received by Jefferson County through the NY BRIDGE program. The project is anticipated to be completed by June 2019.
Aubertine and Currier, PLLC (A&C) subcontracted with C&S Companies to complete the design survey, design mapping, and ROW survey and mapping of the Canal Street Bridge (BIN 2266680) over the Black River for the design and construction of a new bridge. The project area consisted of surveying approximately a 600 foot corridor, 100 foot wide, centered on Canal Street. The project included the surveying and mapping of typical hydraulic cross sections of the Black River including a section at the Hydropower Dam. The topographic survey and mapping was completed to NYSDOT land surveying standards and specifications.
- ·Topographic Field Survey which included the roadway, the stream, banks, embankments, and any other identifiable features within the project limits.
- ·Hydraulic Survey to provide stream cross-sections for analysis (HEC-RAS) of the Black River Channel.
- ·Collection of bridge data such as bridge seat elevations, bottom of beam elevations, top of bridge deck elevations, top of wing walls, top of footings, etc.
- ·Survey of Wetland Boundaries.
- ·Design Mapping.