In Design: I-95 over Powells Creek Bridge Rehabilitation in Prince William County

Cost and schedule ►

This project will rehabilitate the northbound and southbound I-95 bridges over Powells Creek. The bridges were originally built in 1963, repaired in 1976 and widened in 1981 and 1996.

The improvements include:

  • Repairing steel beams and concrete abutments and piers
  • Replacing bearings
  • Closing deck joints
  • Repainting the bridges
  • Possibly resurfacing the northbound bridge deck

The northbound bridge averages 77,000 vehicles a day and the southbound bridge averages 78,000.

Estimated Costs
Preliminary Engineering - $608,000
Construction - $8.5 million
Total - $9.1 million

The project is financed with state funding.

Benefits 

The project aims to improve safety and extend the overall life of the bridges.

Major Milestones 

Begin Preliminary Engineering - January 2021
Begin Construction - Spring 2023

Resources

Contact Info:

Vicente Valeza, Jr., P.E.
Structure & Bridge
703-259-3256

Angel Tao, P.E.
Preliminary Engineering
703-259-2377

Project Photos

Major funding source: State

Phase: In Design

UPC: 118394

State ID: 0095-076-322, P101, P102, B686, B687

Lat/Long: 38.60643, -77.30826

Locality: Prince William

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Existing Northbound I-95 Bridge over Powells Creek
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Existing Southbound I-95 Bridge over Powells Creek

Page last modified: Aug. 19, 2021