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County:Prince George's Project Number:PG572_52
CO 0123 TEMPLE HILL ROAD BRIDGE 1616600 OVER I-95/495
Status
7/16/2019This project is currently 80% complete and is scheduled to be fully complete by late summer 2019.

Recently completed work (since last newsletter):

curb and gutter stage IV

Current work items/areas:

sidewalk stage IV, cantilever sign foundation

Upcoming work items/areas over the next month:

Stage 2 bearing replacement, stage 2 deck latex overlay, cantilever sign installation

Please explain any upcoming work that may be more disruptive than usual (detour, shifts, night work):

Latex overlay nighttime road closures

This project is currently 80% complete and is scheduled to be fully complete by late summer 2019.

Recently completed work (since last newsletter): Contractor has finished stage 3 construction and has begun to work on stage 4.

Upcoming work items/areas over the next month: Sidewalk extension stage 4. Fence installation stage 4. Concrete sign foundation and cantilever sign installation.

Please explain any upcoming work that may be more disruptive than usual (detour, shifts, night work):

Night work to install the concrete sign foundation.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. Alex Cooke, SHA Project Engineer at ACooke2@mdot.maryland.gov or Mr. Gary Stahl, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at GStahl@mdot.maryland.gov.
 
Phase Time Frame As Defined in the Consolidated Transportation Program (Funded Year Displayed in CTP)
What's Involved? Estimate Begin Estimate Complete
Planning
Engineering Complete
Right-of-Way
Construction Spring 2018 Winter 2020
Completed Milestones
Planning Phase Begin Project Planning
  Alternates Public Workshop
  Location/Design Public Hearing
  Location/Design Approval
Engineering Phase Begin Preliminary Engineering
  Geometric Design Approval
  Final Engineering Complete
  Advertised for Bid    
Construction Phase For General Lane Closure Information click HERE
  Begin Construction (Notice To Proceed)
  Open to Traffic:
 
Status Updates
 
7/16/2019This project is currently 80% complete and is scheduled to be fully complete by late summer 2019.

Recently completed work (since last newsletter):

curb and gutter stage IV

Current work items/areas:

sidewalk stage IV, cantilever sign foundation

Upcoming work items/areas over the next month:

Stage 2 bearing replacement, stage 2 deck latex overlay, cantilever sign installation

Please explain any upcoming work that may be more disruptive than usual (detour, shifts, night work):

Latex overlay nighttime road closures

This project is currently 80% complete and is scheduled to be fully complete by late summer 2019.

Recently completed work (since last newsletter): Contractor has finished stage 3 construction and has begun to work on stage 4.

Upcoming work items/areas over the next month: Sidewalk extension stage 4. Fence installation stage 4. Concrete sign foundation and cantilever sign installation.

Please explain any upcoming work that may be more disruptive than usual (detour, shifts, night work):

Night work to install the concrete sign foundation.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. Alex Cooke, SHA Project Engineer at ACooke2@mdot.maryland.gov or Mr. Gary Stahl, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at GStahl@mdot.maryland.gov.
 
6/24/2019This project is currently 80% complete and is scheduled to be fully complete by late summer 2019.

Recently completed work (since last newsletter): Contractor has finished stage 3 construction and has begun to work on stage 4.

Upcoming work items/areas over the next month: Sidewalk extension stage 4. Fence installation stage 4. Concrete sign foundation and cantilever sign installation.

Please explain any upcoming work that may be more disruptive than usual (detour, shifts, night work):

Night work to install the concrete sign foundation.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. Alex Cooke, SHA Project Engineer at ACooke2@mdot.maryland.gov or Mr. Gary Stahl, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at GStahl@mdot.maryland.gov.

 
5/21/2019This project is currently 75% complete and will be fully complete late summer 2019.

Recently Completed Work:

Finished pouring parapet wall, bridge deck sidewalk, painted outer face of parapet wall, asphalt approached are completed.

Upcoming work items/areas over the next month:

sidewalk at approaches, cleaning and painting girders, fence installation, traffic shift to phase IV construction.

Please explain any upcoming work that may be more disruptive than usual:

stage IV traffic switch scheduled for early June.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. Alex Cooke, SHA Project Engineer at ACooke2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Gary Stahl, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at GStahl@sha.state.md.us.
 
4/17/2019Crews recently finished pouring the stage 3 deck. Crews are currently installing form work for the parapet wall and beginning to excavate for the approach slabs on both ends of the bridge. Sidewalk and pier protection work is ongoing. Future work consists of Parapet wall and sidewalk concrete pours on the bridge, Full depth approach slab construction, grooving the bridge deck, and structural steel painting. Progress permitting, this project will be complete by late summer 2019.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. Alex Cooke, SHA Project Engineer at ACooke2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Gary Stahl, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at GStahl@sha.state.md.us.

 
3/11/2019Contractor has begun excavation for wingwalls/backwalls.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. Alex Cooke, SHA Project Engineer at acooke@jmt.com or Mr. Gary Stahl, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at GStahl@sha.state.md.us.

 
2/7/2019Contractor has begun demo on Stage 3 construction sidewalk/parapet (bridge wall).

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. Alex Cooke, SHA Project Engineer at acooke@jmt.com or Mr. Gary Stahl, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at GStahl@sha.state.md.us.

 
1/8/2019Contractor has made the traffic switch from Stage 2 to Stage 3 construction. Finished Stage 2 sidewalk concrete work is now complete. Crews are currently working on debris netting installation for Stage 3 bridge deck removal.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. Alex Cooke, SHA Project Engineer at acooke@jmt.com or Mr. Gary Stahl, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at GStahl@sha.state.md.us.

 
12/12/2018Contractor finished pouring concrete for parapet wall and sidewalk on Stage 2 construction. Contractor is working on crash wall drilling for dowels reinforcement installation on I94/495 Capital Beltway median.
 
11/29/2018Contractor finished jacking existing stringers and replaced existing bearings. Poured Mix-6 concrete for bridge deck slab on stage 2 construction. Started full depth saw cut and excavating the approach roads. Started forming the parapet and sidewalk. The project is now 43 percent complete. Progress permitting, the project should be complete by late fall 2019.

For more information about this project, please contact MDOT SHA Project Engineer Mr. Haile Gebretsadik at hgebretsadik@sha.state.md.us or NDOT SHA District 3 Area Engineer Mr. Gary Stahl at stahl@sha.state.md.us
 
11/8/2018Crews recently replaced existing bridge bearings and contunie concrete work for the bridge deck and sidewalks.

For more information about this project, please contact MDOT SHA Project Engineer Mr. Haile Gebretsadik at hgebretsadik@sha.state.md.us or NDOT SHA District 3 Area Engineer Mr. Gary Stahl at stahl@sha.state.md.us

 
10/1/2018So far this fall, contractors have finished existing bridge deck removal work and have poured concrete for bridge abutments "A" and "B" and bridge wing walls. Welding continues on steel bridge forms.

For more information about this project, please contact MDOT SHA Project Engineer Mr. Haile Gebretsadik at hgebretsadik@sha.state.md.us or NDOT SHA District 3 Area Engineer Mr. Gary Stahl at gstahl@sha.state.md.us
 
9/5/2018Contractor completed 30% of Stage 2 demolition of the existing bridge deck. Fiberglass wrap for columns completed in piers 1, 2, and 3.
 
8/13/2018Stage one and pier cap repair has been completed. The traffic switchover for stage two has been made. Crews are preparing to demolish the existing bridge deck (driving surface).

For more information about this project, please contact MDOT SHA Project Engineer Haile Gebretsadik at hgebretsadik@sha.state.md.us
 
7/2/2018Crews are currently replacing and installing the under shield for cleaning and painting of the remaining steel girder. SAP chipping the pier cap on Pier 2.

For more information about this project, please contact MDOT SHA Project Engineer Mr. Haile Gebretsadik at hgebretsadik@sha.state.md.us or NDOT SHA District 3 Area Engineer Mr. Gary Stahl at gstahl@sha.state.md.us
 
5/11/2018NEWS RELEASE

MDOT SHA REHABILITATES THE TEMPLE HILL ROAD BRIDGE OVER I-95/I-495 IN PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY

Motorists Should Expect Nighttime Closures on I-95/I-495 (Capital Beltway)

(May 11, 2018) – The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) is beginning a bridge rehabilitation project on the Temple Hill Road Bridge over I-95/I-495 (Capital Beltway). The $4.8 million project will be complete fall 2019.

“I am pleased our projects, which are rehabilitating or replacing deficient bridges throughout our State, are being delivered to Marylanders,” said Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) Administrator Greg Slater.

Built in 1963, the bridge is structurally sound, but the driving surface (bridge deck) has outlived its useful service life and needs rehabilitation. Other work includes repairing concrete piers and abutments, installing material to all bridge piers, which will extend the life of the bridge for decades and clean and paint steel beams.

Starting next week, crews will be working on the bridge. Traffic on Temple Hill Road will be narrowed down to one lane in each direction for a six-month duration. Single and double lane closures are permitted on I-95/I-495 Sunday nights through Friday mornings between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. By mid-May, crews will restrict southbound Hagen Road to local traffic only and no turns will be allowed from Hagen Road onto Temple Hill Road.

MDOT SHA’s contractor for bridge rehabilitation project is Technopref Industries, Inc. of Alexandria, VA., will use barrels, cones and arrow boards to guide motorists through the work zone. Approximately 158,000 vehicles use this section of the Capital Beltway each day.  With the work and lane closures scheduled overnight, motorists driving during that period should plan extra travel time.While MDOT SHA and its transportation partners work hard to maintain safe traffic mobility in work zones, each driver needs to actively modify his or her driving style to help prevent crashes. Stay alert and look for reduced speed limits, narrow driving lanes and highway workers. Slow down and don’t follow too closely. Work Zone Safety is in Your Hands. For a list of all major MDOT SHA projects, click on Road Ready, MDOT SHA's electronic construction brochure. For a look at real-time commute conditions, log onto www.md511.org. 
 
5/8/2018GOVERNOR HOGAN ANNOUNCES REHABILITATION OF TEMPLE HILL ROAD BRIDGE OVER I-95/I-495 IN PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY

Motorists Should Expect Nighttime Closures on I-95/I-495 (Capital Beltway)

(May 8, 2018) – The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) is beginning a bridge rehabilitation project on the Temple Hill Road Bridge over I-95/I-495 (Capital Beltway). The $4.8 million project, which is one of the 69 structurally deficient bridges that Governor Larry Hogan promised to fix in June 2015, will be complete fall 2019.

“I am pleased our projects, which are rehabilitating or replacing deficient bridges throughout our State, are being delivered to Marylanders,” said Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) Administrator Greg Slater.

Built in 1963, the bridge is structurally sound, but the driving surface has outlived its useful service life and needs rehabilitation. Other work includes repairing concrete piers and abutments, installing material to all bridge piers, which will extend the life of the bridge for decades and clean and paint steel beams.

Starting next week, crews will be working on the bridge. Traffic on Temple Hill Road will be narrowed down to one lane in each direction for a six-month duration. Single and double lane closures are permitted on I-95/I-495 Sunday nights through Friday mornings between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. By mid-May, crews will restrict southbound Hagen Road to local traffic only and no turns will be allowed from Hagen Road onto Temple Hill Road.

MDOT SHA’s contractor for bridge rehabilitation project is Technopref Industries, Inc. of Alexandria, VA., will use barrels, cones and arrow boards to guide motorists through the work zone. Approximately 158,000 vehicles use this section of the Capital Beltway each day. With the work and lane closures scheduled overnight, motorists driving during that period should plan extra travel time.

While MDOT SHA and its transportation partners work hard to maintain safe traffic mobility in work zones, each driver needs to actively modify his or her driving style to help prevent crashes. Stay alert and look for reduced speed limits, narrow driving lanes and highway workers. Slow down and don’t follow too closely. Work Zone Safety is in Your Hands. For a list of all major MDOT SHA projects, click on Road Ready, MDOT SHA's electronic construction brochure. For a look at real-time commute conditions, log onto www.md511.org.

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5/1/2018Beginning this spring, the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) will begin replacement of the Temple Hill Road bridge over I-95/495 (Capital Beltway) in Prince George’s County. Progress permitting, the project should be complete late January 2019.

Originally constructed in 1963, the bridge deck (driving surface) is nearing the end of its useful service life and needs replacement. Bridge piers and abutments will also be rehabilitated and cleaning and painting of bridge steel beams will take place as part of the work. Rehabilitating the bridge at this time will save money on future maintenance costs and support safety and mobility as part of MDOT SHA’s bridge system preservation program.

To complete all work safely, crews are permitted to close lanes on the following roads through late January 2019:

• I-95/I-495 at Temple Hill Road--single and double inner and outer loop lane closures, overnight, Sunday through Thursday, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Temple Hill Road bridge over I-95/I-495—single and double lane closures, 24 hours daily, 7 days a week and triple lane closures, overnight, Sunday through Thursday, 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Hagan Road from MD 414 (St. Barnabas Road) to Temple Hill Road—full southbound road closure with no detour inside the work zone. Access on northbound Hagan Road travel for local traffic only, 24 hours daily, 7 days a week.
(additional information on reverse side)

Additional work hours and lane closures may be necessary to expedite all phases of work and keep the project on schedule. Equipment used during construction may be disruptive. SHA will make every effort to complete this project as quickly as possible while minimizing impacts to residents and motorists.

For more information about this Temple Hill Road bridge replacement project, please contact:

• Mr. Nilesh Patel, MDOT SHA Project Engineer, npatel@sha.state.md.us , 443-569-1730

• Mr. Gary Stahl, MDOT SHA District 3 Area Engineer, gstahl@sha.state.md.us , 301-513-7366

• Mr. Christopher Bishop. MDOT SHA District 3 Community Liaison, cbishop@sha.state.md.us 301-513-7405
 
1/1/2017Engineering underway.
 


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