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Road 27 Grade Separation

At the northern end of Construction Package 1, crews have begun pouring concrete for diaphragms, which are the structures that connect the girders along the sides to stabilize the superstructure. Also, crews are pouring the closure pours, which will connect the girder sections end to end. This structure is a spliced girder bridge which is unique to the area and was necessary to elongate the spans due to the existing road geometry. Ultimately, the bridge will be nearly 650 feet long with frontage roads providing access to local homes along the sides.