CSX Railroad Bridge Rehab
Location: Leeds, SC
Owner: CSX Transportation, Inc.
General Contractor: Brayman Construction Corporation
Date Complete: October 2014
Brayman was contracted to perform specialty construction services in support of a railroad bridge rehabilitation project located in Leeds, South Carolina.
Scope required installation of 28ea, 54" diameter caissons with 48" diameter rock sockets in order to replace the timber trestle approaches of the bridge carrying rail traffic over the Broad River.
Shafts were drilled with an AF250 Drill Rig and outfitted with a 48" LP Drill (Cluster Drill) for the rock socket material.
Additional items of work included:
• Geotechnical Exploration and Design Program which included rock cores at all drilled shaft locations with inspection of cores and recommendations on length of rock sockets
• Preconstruction testing for concrete mix design
• All survey and layout requirements
• Spoil control and disposal
• Furnish and install all rebar cages, including the addition of CSL tubes
• Furnish and place all concrete
• CSL testing and grouting of CSL tubes
• Complete responsibility for maintenance and repair of the existing access road
• Monitoring and protection of all erosion and sediment control items
Work was performed near an active railroad line; therefore, all crew members received RR Protective Training.