This project consists of bridge rehabilitation on 22 bridges along I-94, between 16th Street and 70th Street, in Milwaukee County. The rehabilitation consists of concrete surface repairs on all bridges, thin polymer overlay on two (2) bridges, column repair on one (1) bridge, and bearing rehabilitation or replacement on four (4) bridges. Thin polymer overlays are intended to seal the road surface of the bridge and prevent salt from leaching down into the steel reinforcement. A thin polymer overlay is a thin coat of polymer spread across the bridge deck in two coats with aggregate applied between each coat for friction. They are typically applied within 10 years of initial bridge construction. The remaining rehabilitation activities are needed to maintain the safety of the bridge structure and lengthen the life of the bridge.
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No lanes or ramps will be closed during the peak daytime hours. All work is anticipated to occur during off-peak travel hours with traffic reduced to one or two lanes in each direction.
Construction is currently scheduled for 2020.
Design phase - Do you have any comments or questions? We'd like to hear from you! Please feel free to contact the project representatives below.
Scott Anderson, P.E., WisDOT Project Manager
Dan Sellers, WisDOT Communications