The project consists of a reconstruction of a 0.56-mile segment of VA Route 105 and two access ramps to US Route 60 including the Fort Eustis Bridge full removal and replacement with a wider cross section. The existing bridge was built in 1960 and widened in 1985, and is nearing the end of its lifespan. The work includes raising the grade of the bridge surface and roadway, replacing precast concrete piles, utility relocation, and other miscellaneous work. The new bridge will be 690 feet long and 87.67 feet wide. The deck will be supported by prestressed concrete beams. The construction of the new bridge will be done in stages so that the existing bridge can remain open during the replacement. The bridge can be accessed by US Route 60 (Warwick Blvd) on the west, and by I-64 on the east.
Project Manager: Bill Eshbaugh
Advertisement: Winter 2019/2020 - Spring 2020
Construction: Spring 2020 – Fall 2022