Hannah Mayne Park Bridge Replacement – Westerville Parks and Recreation Department – Westerville, Ohio

The City of Westerville contracted STONE to develop construction documents for the replacement of the Hannah Mayne Park Bridge. The existing 30-year old bridge was destroyed during a wind storm. The Parks and Recreation Department desired to replace the bridge, improve the path connections and access ramps, provide stream protection for the abutments, and remove and cap an abandoned section of sanitary sewer line that formed the support of the existing bridge.

STONE worked closely with Westerville Parks and Recreation personnel to develop an overall plan for bridge replacement, trail upgrade, sanitary sewer abandonment, and stream protection. The resulting construction plans resulted in bids that came in within the City’s proposed budget and addressed all of the components of the City’s plan for the replacement. As part of the contract, STONE provided limited construction administration assistance during the field work.

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