January 11, 2019

 

Good afternoon,

 

We're ramping up for the 2019 construction season. Come Spring, we'll have 100 jobs in the works, including the 6/10.

 

We'll also be working on almost every major artery in the State, including Interstates 295, 95, and 195, and Routes 37, 146 and 6. Some of our bigger projects include the Broad Street regeneration, the Branch River Bridge, the Geneva Pond Bridge, the Howard Road Bridge, and the Plainfield Pike Bridge.

 

As our crews bring our infrastructure into a state of good repair, we appreciate your patience.

 

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Carolina Bridges, Charlestown/Richmond

 

 

Guardrail and bridge railing installation continues with the 24-hour per day alternating one-way traffic pattern along Route 112 North and South, from Butter Lane to Carolina Mill Lane.

 

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I-295 Corridor Bridge Improvements, Cumberland

 

 

We plan to repair deteriorated catch basins prior to milling and paving the shoulder along I-295 South, from Exit 22 to Exit 20, with right shoulder closures weekdays from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

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Pound Hill Road Bridge, North Smithfield

 

 

Still working behind barrier, no lane closures are planned. We will drill and grout dowels for the bridge deck, and form, install rebar and place concrete for the bridge walls.

 

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Providence River Pedestrian Bridge, Providence

 

 

Winter operations continue with the installation of decorative lighting, railing, and decking on the lower level of the bridge.  

 

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Route 6/10 Interchange Reconstruction, Providence

 

 

We are scheduled to install temporary earth support along Route 6 West. The left lane will be closed for this work from the Tobey Street on-ramp to the split with Route 10 South, weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Crews will also relocate utilities along Westminster Street.

 

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Victory Highway Bridge, West Greenwich

 

 

We will place concrete at the pier caps and install guardrail and guardrail attachments to the end posts behind barrier on Route 102 weekdays from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Utility work is also scheduled along Route 102 Southbound.

 

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Rhode Island Department of Transportation

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Providence, Rhode Island 02903