CTH Y - Camp Ground Creek Bridge
Client: Fond du Lac County
Location: Oakfield, Wisconsin
This project, located in the Village of Oakfield, included removal and replacement of an existing single-span county road bridge that was constructed in 1931. The new structure is a 28-foot, single-span concrete flat slab structure. The CTH Y bridge is one of the first bridges affected by the Wisconsin Administrative Code Trans 75 complete streets legislation. As a result, a clear roadway width of 32 feet now accommodates a sidewalk on the east side of the bridge. The total project length, including beam guards, is approximately 300 feet.
The design includes decorative railing and concrete form liners to improve bridge aesthetics and closely match the look of the previous structure. Heavy riprap was placed along both abutment faces and around the bridge wings to protect the structure during high water events.
Donohue prepared an exception for additional bridge approach length, coordinated plat development and real estate acquisitions and provided utility coordination, including preparing utility audit agreement and conveyance of rights. The project includes structural design, hydraulic analysis and modeling, wetland mitigation, right-of-way platting, Wisconsin DNR/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and utility coordination, and public information/involvement activities.