The Ketchikan Water Street Trestle No. 2 Rehabilitation project began in June 2016 and was split into 8 phases. The entirety of the project involved removal and replacement of existing timber and concrete trestle structures and girder bridges and associated earthwork, grading, and placement of asphalt concrete surfaces. New construction includes a 700-foot long, pile supported steel and concrete trestle structure; a 75-foot long concrete girder bridge structure; and a 1,000 LF trestle bridge.
client: Alaska Department of Transportation
architect: Alaska Department of Transportation