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Project Spotlight: Kansas City Power & Light – RFP 43868 Steel Bridge

By: Big R Bridge

deep corrugated plate deep corrugated plate bridge deep corrugated structural plate deep corrugated structural plate bridge A signaled level crossing had been holding up traffic and impacting safety on a BNSF Railway spur feeding the La Cygne Generating Station, south of Kansas City.  Motorists and railway workers alike all gave it a failing grade.

The spur ties into one of Kansas City Southern’s main north/south lines, and BNSF colleagues at KCS had recommended a type of corrugated steel plate with an MSE wall solution.  After speaking with Big R Bridge, the engineers decided to go with a galvanized deep corrugated structural plate bridge that spanned 53′ with a rise of 24.5′ and a length of 75′.  When all was said and done, the new crossing was given an A+ from all parties.

The new grade separation provided motorists with increased safety and convenience by eliminating the level crossing (and a mile of roadway) and long delays while the coal hopper cars were unloading.  In addition, the owner is now able to provide safer working conditions for their expanding facility.

For more information visit Big R Bridge’s site here.

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For more information on this and the many other benefits of Corrugated Steel Pipe, contact us by calling (972) 850-1907 or visiting NCSPA.org.

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