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Culvert and Wingwall Installation in Andes, NY.

Seven large culverts were recently replaced at various federal aid eligible locations in Broome, Chenango, Delaware and Sullivan Counties. Engineer: Concrete Engineering Solutions Contractor: [metaslider id=2677] Due to a recent storm, seven aging culverts at various locations in Broome, Chenango, Delaware, and Sullivan Counties will be replaced using various size Box Culverts along with the associated wingwalls. The new culverts with the attached wingwall will direct water and provide sufficient drainage during major storms. The Delaware county locations required two culverts on Rt 28 approximately 2 miles apart from each other. Site E on Route 28 is an important Federal Aid roadway that is required to be accessible to vehicular traffic and emergency vehicles during severe storms. The newly installed culvert and wingwalls will now properly control the flow of water reducing the risk of water flooding the roadway that would otherwise prevent safe travel. ...
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Culvert Replacement for Big Pond Road in Hardenburgh, NY 

LHV Precast recently finished work on a culvert replacement for Big Pond Road in Hardenburgh, NY. The objective of the Big Pond Road culvert replacement was to replace two 4' high by 6' wide corrugated metal arched (CMA) culverts with larger embedded 5' high by 8' wide precast concrete box culverts. Project Engineer: Delta Engineers, Contractor: Hubbell, Inc., During and following Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee it became apparent that a new larger culvert was essential because the closure of area roads due to water overflow greatly hindered the Town's ability to render assistance to residents.  The existing culverts did not have the adequate hydraulic capacity needed and frequently caused water to stream over-top the immediate embankments. The newly installed precast culvert would allow for increased water capacity caused by excessive rain.  For the town of Hardenburgh, NY, Big Pond Road was a crucial...
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Chenango County Box Culverts

In two days Rifenburg Construction Inc. installed 18 pieces of 20′ x 9′ x 4′-8.5″ precast concrete box culvert sections along with six sections of wing walls and aprons. Shear key joints were used for wing wall and apron connections while a shiplap joint was used for culvert joint connections. Cut-off walls were drilled in the field through the 8″ diameter sleeves and into the apron slaps and grouted with #5 __ pins for out-off wall to slab connection