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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

87-Hour Bridge Construction Webinar

A Free Webinar – Join Us! Thursday, August 10, 2017 – 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (EST) ABC-UTC at Florida International University (FIU) presents 87-Hour Bridge Construction in Arizona: ABC and ARC at the Speed of Commerce

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Description: The Oatman Highway Bridge over Sacramento Wash Project (Sacramento Wash Crossing) is the first ABC project for Arizona’s Mohave County using all prefabricated bridge elements. It was funded with a $1 million FHWA Accelerated Innovation Deployment (AID) grant award and was delivered by Mohave County in partnership with the Arizona Department of Transportation and FHWA. In early 2017 the total closure to construct this remote rural bridge was 87 hours rather than the 96-hour maximum allowed in the contract. The use of prefabricated bridge elements resulted in significant time savings and a $33,000 per day user cost efficiency in addition to safety and environmental advantages. The project also included Accelerated Road Construction (ARC) consisting of a 10-ft rise in vertical profile with 8,700 cubic yards and 1,880 lineal feet of approach work. The bridge took ~30 hours to build, while the total roadway closure period in which traffic operations resumed two lanes was 87 hours. Conventional construction would have required 11 weeks. This presentation includes design and construction details as well as lessons learned.

Certificate of Attendance: Each site registered for this webinar will receive ​an email for your response. Just click the first link in the email to obtain a certificate. For multiple participants at a site, the point-of-contact registrant for that site also clicks the second link in the email, logs in, and clicks “Attendees” to provide first name, last name, and email address for each participant at that site; each participant will then receive an automatic email with link to print an individual certificate. Accessing the second link in the email will also allow participants to print certificates for past webinars that were attended by simply clicking the webinar title. Please let Dr. David Garber at FIU know if you have questions or need assistance with receiving your certificate. David’s email address is

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