Construction Engineering and Inspection of Large Diameter Culvert Rehabilitations
Weston & Sampson was retained by the Connecticut Department of Transportation to provide construction engineering and inspection services for the three simultaneous state construction projects in accordance with the policies and procedures contained in the Department’s Construction Manual, QA Program for Materials, Information Pamphlet for Consulting Engineers, and Pamphlet for Monitoring Consultant Performance and Payment Requests for CE&I Services. Weston & Sampson’s NICET and NETTCP certified inspection staff provided project record keeping with the Department’s Site Manager system.
Project services were initiated in April of 2014 and concluded in February of 2015. The total construction bid cost for the three projects was $2.52 million and the inspection services cost was $600,000.
This work included the following projects:
State Project No. 172-391 - Hadam
This project involved the rehabilitation of culverts Nos. 06703, 06704, 06731, and 06732 along Route I-395 at various locations.
The project included the lining of a 180-foot-long deteriorated 96-inch ACCMP with an 84-inch corrugated aluminum pipe, a 200-foot-long deteriorated 84-inch ACCMP with a 76-inch corrugated aluminum pipe, a 130-foot-long deteriorated 72-inch ACCMP with a 62-inch corrugated aluminum pipe, and a 170-foot-long deteriorated 72-inch ACCMP with a 62-inch corrugated aluminum pipe.
State Project No. 172-392 - Colchester and Preston
This project involved the rehabilitation of culverts Nos. 05456, 06675, and 06669 along Route 2 and 2A at Crowley Brook, Myers Brook, and an unnamed brook.
In Colchester, the project included the lining of a 288-foot-long deteriorated 78- inch ACCMP with a corrugated aluminum pipe. In Preston, the project included the replacement of an 82-foot-long deteriorated 95-inch ACCMP with a 67-inch aluminized steel pipe and a 90-foot long deteriorated 87-inch ACCMP with a 63- inch aluminized steel pipe.
State Project No. 170-2875 - Montville and Thompson
This project involved the rehabilitation of culverts Nos. 06734 and 06683 along Route 9 at Beaver Meadow Brook and Turkey Hill Brook.
The project included the lining of a 408-foot-long deteriorated 72-inch ACCMP with a 60-inch corrugated aluminum pipe and a 290-foot-long deteriorated 108 -inch ACCMP with a 96-inch corrugated aluminum pipe.