HI STP SR99(1) KIPAPA STREAM BRIDGE (ROOSEVELT)

Project Overview

The Central Federal Lands Highway Division of the Federal Highway Administration in cooperation with the Hawaii Department of Transportation is developing a project located on the Kamehameha Highway, Route 99, M.P. 14.4, (Kipapa Stream) Roosevelt Bridge, on the Island of Oahu.

Project Details:

In Development
Island of Oahu, HI

The proposed project is located across Kipapa Gulch on Kamehameha Highway (Route 99) at mile post 14.4. The project would improve the safety and reliability of the existing bridge, through rehabilitation, addressing load capacity, bridge railing and transitions.


Update 8/1/2018

Construction Status:
Construction activities for August are planned to include minor asphalt paving at the bridge approaches, pavement marking work, and spall repair work on the underside of the bridge.

Traffic Management:
Occasional one-lane closures with alternate one-way flagger controlled traffic is anticipated based on the following schedule:

  • Monday thru Friday - Days from 8:00am thru 4:00pm

One weekend closure may occur in August to allow the Contractor to pavement marking and rumble strip work.


Update 7/1/2018

Construction Status/description of progress
During this month, the Contractor finished placing the Makai bridge rail and removed concrete barriers from the deck. HDOT performed the initial profilograph testing of the bridge deck surface. Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) and crack injection work continued on Girder 1 in frames 1, 2, 3, and 4. Most of the Girder 1 FRP has been installed and painted. Crack repair and FRP installation continued in the substructure in frames 1 and 2. The Contractor began installation of the cable restrainer systems at the bridge expansion joints.

Construction Activity Look Ahead
The Contractor plans to grind the bridge deck and perform final profilograph testing this month. After the deck surface is accepted, the Contractor will groove the deck. The Contractor will also finish installing the cable restrainer system, install guardrail, and pave. In addition, the subcontractor performing the substructure retrofit work will continue to perform crack injection and placing FRP wrap on the longitudinal girders and substructure.

Traffic Management
Occasional one-lane closures with alternate one-way flagger controlled traffic is anticipated based on the following schedule:

  • Monday thru Friday - Days from 8:00am thru 4:00pm

One weekend closure may occur in July to allow the Contractor to grind and groove the bridge deck.


Update 6/1/2018

Construction: Upcoming activities include installation of rebar for the bridge rail on the Makai side of the road as well as grinding of the bridge deck to reduce variations to the deck profile. Additionally, work under the deck will continue including the substructure seismic strengthening and crack repair.

Traffic Management: Occasional one lane closures with alternate one-way flagger controlled traffic is anticipated based on the following schedule:

  • Monday thru Friday - Days from 8:00am thru 4:00pm

One weekend closure may occur in June to allow the Contractor to grind and groove the bridge deck.


Comments
Construction Amount Between $10,000,000 and $25,000,000

Sections

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Project Details
Project # HI STP SR99(1)
Project Name KIPAPA STREAM BRIDGE (ROOSEVELT)
Location Island of Oahu
Status Under Construction

Contact Information

Project Manager: Mike Will
Phone: 720-963-3647
Email: michael.will@dot.gov

Federal Highway Administration
Central Federal Lands Highway Division
12300 West Dakota Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80228
720-963-3500