Ozark National Scenic Riverway - Alley and Big Springs Projects

Location: Carter and Shannon Counties

Size: Multiple Bridges

Value: $4,632,622.70

The Project consists of the replacement of the Big Spring Bridge on State Route 103 over Spring Branch and the rehabilitation and repair of the Alley Spring Bridge on Service Road over Alley Spring Branch within the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. The Big Spring Bridge work includes replacing the existing timber bridge with an AASHTO prestressed concrete girder superstructure with micro-piles and cast-in-place piers, abutments, wing-walls, approach slabs, timber rails, stone masonry facia and other miscellaneous work. The Big Spring work also includes full – depth reconstruction of the asphalt pavement bridge approaches and a final chip seal overlay, replacement of utility systems (electrical, sanitary sewer, telephone and water), drainage improvements and oth er miscellaneous work. The Alley Springs Bridge work includes repairing and replacing timber bridge members ( rails, posts, curbs, decking and running boards), cleaning and painting steel bridge members, and other miscellaneous work. The Alley Springs work also includes removal of the existing pedestrian bridge over the Jack’s Fork River along with relocation of electric, phone, water and sewer utilities.