To minimize costs and to provide a more seamless transition, CTI broke the project down into four construction contracts as follows:
- Installation of new water lines in the rights-of-way of Highway 41 leading to the new bridge prior to its construction.
- Installation of pipe wall sleeves at three locations in the concrete pier diaphragms and in two locations in the abutment and walls.
- Installation of fabricated hanger rods under the bridge deck for attachment of steel water pipe.
- Construction of 8-inch welded insulated water line to new 1,880-foot-long SR 2 (Hwy 41) bridge over Nickajack Lake, including hanger brackets, restraints, expansion joints, insulation and connections to existing lines at abutment (installed in Contract 1 above). CDBG funded portion of project.
- 4,000 lf of 8-inch ductile iron pipe
- 400 lf of 6-inch ductile iron pipe
- Four cased highway crossings
- Valving for sequencing of water line operation
- Supports, brackets, restraints, expansion joints
- 1,880 LF of insulated, 8-inch welded steel pipe
SERVICES PROVIDED BY CTI PERSONNEL
- Permit assistance
- TDOT coordination
- Bid phase services
- Construction phase services
- Resident project representation