Advantage Steel Awarded Contract for Homestead Grays Bridge Rehabilitation


The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation recently awarded Advantage Steel and Construction, LLC a $2.5M contract for the rehabilitation of the Homestead Grays Bridge and the associated West Drive Ramp located in Homestead Borough, PA.


The Bridge, which spans the Monongahela River between Homestead Borough and the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, will undergo rehabilitation construction. Advantage Steel will remove, replace, and/or install new keeper angels, bearing plates, bolts, bearing catcher plates, reconnect downspouts, clean, clear, and flush downspouts, drains, and scupper outlets, install two new tooth dams on the bridge, near the West Drive and 5th Avenue Ramps, and remove and replace various neoprene strip seals.


Advantage Steel will also oversee the subcontractors selected for the various other rehabilitation's required, such as: the removal and replacement of 3" bituminous wear course approximately, sealing transverse and longitudinal cracks in the approach pavement, cleaning and sealing concrete protective surfaces, and painting of new and existing structural steel.

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