Project : Edwin C. Moses Boulevard Bridge Replacement

City of Dayton -- Dayton, Ohio

CHA developed design and construction plans for the replacement of the Edwin C. Moses Boulevard Bridge over the mouth of Wolf Creek in downtown Dayton. We performed bridge design, roadway design, drainage design, traffic control layout, lighting design and right-of-way engineering.  In addition, we created environmental documentation, ecological surveys and aesthetic treatments.

This project also required extensive coordination with various public agencies. The new bridge replaces the existing bridge with a two-span beam bridge utilizing prestressed concrete U-beams, the first of their kind in Ohio. The streamlined appearance of the U-beam superstructure blends with the 60-foot tall concrete tower with cable stays. The existing three-lane roadway was reconstructed at each bridge approach, including new sidewalk entrances to the adjacent parks.

Awards Received:

  • 2010 ACEC Engineering Excellence Award - Honor
Services Provided by CHA:
  • Bridge Design and Construction Plans
  • Roadway Design
  • Drainage
  • Traffic Control Layout
  • Lighting
  • ROW Engineering
  • Agency Coordination
  • Environmental Documentation
  • Ecological Surveys
  • Aesthetic Treatments