CONSTRUCTION UPDATES

FEBRUARY 2019

Sunday, February 24 – Saturday, March 2

02/24/19: No work

02/25/19: The Contractor continued the demolition of the Stem wall and Cheek walls on Bridge 1016, Abutment A and completed the installation of work platform on Bridge B1016, Wingwall 2. Contractor’s Continued with test pitting approximately 1 to 3 ft south of Bridges 1016 and 1017 Abutment A and located existing underground conduits in preparation to start excavation for the superstructure jacking foundation.

 

02/26/19: The Contractor continued the demolition of the Cheek walls on Bridge 1016, Abutment and started excavating for the superstructure jacking foundation on the south face of Bridge 1017, Abutment A. The crew accidentally discovered an existing 2” PVC electrical conduit adjacent to the excavated trench whilst relocating the conduit. There was no damage to the conductor cable. The issue was recorded and followed up with DDOT and PEPCO.

 

02/27/19: The Contractor continued the demolition of the cheek walls on Bridge 1016, Abutment A and completed excavating and setting of forms for superstructure jacking foundation adjacent to Bridge 1017 Abutment A on South Capitol St, SE. The foundation was set on top of the abutment footer.

 

02/28/19: The Contractor continued to demolish the cheek walls on Bridge 1016, Abutment A. and placed Class C concrete in superstructure jacking foundation for Bridge 1017 Abutment A on South Capitol St, SE.

 

03/01/19: The contractor elected to not pursue any work in anticipation of bad weather.

Sunday, February 17 – Saturday, February 23

02/17/19: No work

02/18/19: Contractor continued the installation of work platform on existing Bridge 1016, Pier Cap over WB South Capitol Street and started the demolition of portion of existing Bridge 1017, Abutment A stem wall. 

 

02/19/19: Contractor continued the installation of work platform on existing Bridge 1016, Pier Cap over WB South Capitol Street. The crew utilized scissor and man lifts for this operation. Contractor continued the demolition of portion of existing Bridge 1017, Abutment A stem wall. 

 

02/20/19: Contractor’s foreman Jose and crew continued the demolition of the top portion on existing Bridge 1017, Abutment A beam seat. Contractor’s foreman Jeovany and crew started the demolition of the top portion on existing Bridge 1016 Abutment A beam seat. 

 

02/21/19: Contractor continued the demolition of the top portion on existing Bridge 1017, Abutment A stem wall. Contractor continued the demolition of the top portion on existing Bridge 1016 Abutment A stem wall. 

 

02/22/19: Contractor continued the demolition of the top portion on existing Bridge 1017, Abutment A stem wall. Contractor continued the demolition of the top portion on existing Bridge 1016 Abutment A stem wall. 

Sunday, February 10 – Saturday, February 16

02/10/19: No work

02/11/19: Contractor continued the installation of work platform on existing Bridge 1016, Pier Cap over WB South Capitol Street and started the demolition of portion of existing Bridge 1017, Abutment A stem wall. 

 

02/12/19: Contractor continued the installation of work platform on existing Bridge 1016, Pier Cap over WB South Capitol Street. The crew utilized scissor and man lifts for this operation. Contractor continued the demolition of portion of existing Bridge 1017, Abutment A stem wall. 

 

02/13/19: Contractor’s foreman Jose and crew continued the demolition of the top portion on existing Bridge 1017, Abutment A beam seat. Contractor’s foreman Jeovany and crew started the demolition of the top portion on existing Bridge 1016 Abutment A beam seat. 

 

02/14/19: Contractor continued the demolition of the top portion on existing Bridge 1017, Abutment A stem wall. Contractor continued the demolition of the top portion on existing Bridge 1016 Abutment A stem wall. 

 

02/15/19: Contractor continued the demolition of the top portion on existing Bridge 1017, Abutment A stem wall. Contractor continued the demolition of the top portion on existing Bridge 1016 Abutment A stem wall. 

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