TD/CSS for Rehabilitation of Kane Street Bridge Over I-278

The bridge carries Kane St over 278I (Brooklyn-Queens Expressway) between Hicks St E/B and Hicks St W/B. It was built in 1952 and no major rehabilitation took place since then. The bridge is 81 feet long and 61.3 feet wide and has 2 main spans with a total deck area approximately 5000 sq. ft.

INFOTRAN serves as a prime consultant and is providing total design and construction support services for the rehabilitation of NYCDOT owned Kane Street Bridge.

The scope of work includes but is not limited to:
• Providing Design alternatives for Rehabilitation or Replacement of Superstructure elements and Substructure elements
• Protection of all existing utilities on the bridge (replaced and relocated, if necessary) as per utility companies or other relevant agency requirements
• Providing WZTC scheme, Traffic Capacity analysis and planning for rehabilitation or replacement period, protection of existing electrical and mechanical systems attached to the bridge and/or within project, landscape architect and arborist services to design parkland spaces disturbed by construction and staging (if any), project’s budget and scheduling services





New York, NY

Unique Attributes

Preliminary Design
Final Design
Structural Inspection/ Design