Baltimore City, MD
January 2019 - January 2023
This $35.3M project replaced the three bridges over MD 295, just south of downtown Baltimore, between I-695 and I-95.
- The existing Annapolis Road Bridge over MD 295 was demolished and replaced with a four-span concrete girder bridge.
- The Waterview Avenue Bridge over MD 295 was removed and replaced with a two-span steel girder structure. The removal and replacement of the Waterview Avenue Bridge was completed in two phases so traffic could be maintained on the bridge during construction. As part of the construction, the bridge included a 718′ MSE retaining wall.
- The Maisel Street pedestrian bridge was closed during the latter half of construction for the removal and reconstruction of the new two-span steel structure bridge.
Key Challenges & Project Details
- MOT minimized traffic and pedestrian impacts during construction.
- Traffic was maintained on two lanes in each direction on MD 295 during construction.
- An abandoned railroad tunnel was removed and replaced with a retaining wall.
- Finished structures replicate the architectural stone facing on existing structures.
- Wagman’s Geotechnical Construction group provided piling support during construction.
- Project includes American Disabilities Act (ADA) upgrades throughout the project limits.