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Emergency Repair - Peter Western Bridge

Emergency Replacement of Peter Western Bridge

Emergency Replacement of Peter Western Bridge
Location: The 2200 block of S 116th Street (between Military Rd and 24th Ave S).
 

Brief Overview: On February 9, 2017 City staff responded to a report of severe erosion occurring below the bridge. The bridge was closed for structural inspection, which revealed two bridge columns had been completely undermined. A third column was only partially supported. The bridge was declared structurally deficient. Burien applied for and has been awarded emergency funding to demolish and remove the existing structure; and to construct a replacement bridge, repair damaged stormwater facilities in the ravine, and restore the eroded streambed.

The project will occur in two phases. Phase 1 will demolish and remove the bridge, temporarily stabilize stormwater facilities and the streambed. Phase 2 will install a permanent replacement bridge, permanent stormwater facility repairs, and restore the streambed and adjoining ravine side slopes.


Phase 1

Scheduled Start Date: TBD

Scheduled Completion Date: TBD

Project Manager:  Maiya Andrews, (206) 248-5514,


Project Status: Phase 1 is in the design phase. A demolition contractor will be selected following emergency procedures.  

Phase 2
Design for Phase 2 will begin as soon as Phase 1 is complete.


400 SW 152nd St, Suite 300  /  Burien, WA 98166  /  Ph: (206) 241-4647  /  Fax: (206) 248-5539
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