Highway Division

H44-07 THREE SPAN PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGE STANDARDS

INDEX FOR H44-07 STANDARDS: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS:
THE H44-07 BRIDGE STANDARDS, IF PROPERLY USED, PROVIDE THE STRUCTURAL PLANS NECESSARY TO CONSTRUCT THREE SPAN 44’ ROADWAY PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES WITH LENGTHS OF 138’-10, 151’-4, 163’-10, 176’-4, 188’-10, 201’-4, 213’-10, 226’-4 AND 243’-0. H44-01-07 H44-02-07 H44-03-07 H44-04-07 H44-05-07 THESE BRIDGES MAY BE BUILT ON A 0, 15 OR 30 SKEW. THESE PLANS SHOW THE BRIDGES SKEWED IN ONE DIRECTION, BUT ALL DIMENSIONS AND DETAILS WOULD BE THE SAME FOR THE OPPOSITE SKEW. H44-06-07 H44-07-07 H44-08-07 H44-09-07 FOR CLARITY, MOST SECTIONS SHOWN ON THE FOLLOWING SHEETS ARE DRAWN WITH BARRIER RAIL ONLY. THESE SECTIONS WILL BE IDENTICAL FOR OPEN RAIL DESIGN WITH ANY MODIFICATIONS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-35-07 AND H44-36-07. H44-10-07 H44-11-07 H44-12-07 H44-13-07 THESE BRIDGES ARE DESIGNED FOR HL93 LOADING PLUS 20 LBS. PER SQ. FT. OF ROADWAY FOR FUTURE WEARING SURFACE. CONTROL OF CRACKING BY DISTRIBUTION OF REINFORCEMENT FOR SLAB DESIGN BASED ON PRE LRFD 2005 INTERIMS. H44-14-07 H44-15-07 H44-16-07 H44-17-07 THE FLOOR SLAB AS SHOWN INCLUDES " INTEGRAL WEARING SURFACE. H44-18-07 H44-19-07 THE ABUTMENTS FOR THESE BRIDGES ARE BUILT INTEGRAL WITH THE SUPERSTRUCTURE. THEREFORE, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT A PROPER JOINT FOR EXPANSION BE PROVIDED BETWEEN THE BRIDGE AND APPROACH PAVING, WHEN APPROACH PAVING IS NEEDED. H44-20-07 H44-21-07 H44-22-07 H44-23-07 THE INTEGRAL ABUTMENT DESIGN UTILIZED ON THESE BRIDGES RESTRICTS THEIR USE IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: (1) THE 201’-4, 213’-10, 226’-4 AND 243’-0 BRIDGES SHALL USE STEEL PILES AT THE H44-24-07 H44-25-07 H44-26-07 H44-27-07 H44-28-07 H44-29-07 H44-30-07 H44-31-07 H44-32-07 H44-33-07 H44-34-07 H44-35-07 THESE STANDARDS GIVE MOST OF THE INFORMATION NECESSARY TO BUILD THESE BRIDGES ON EITHER A CREST VERTICAL CURVE OR A STRAIGHT GRADE. BECAUSE OF THE INFINITE NUMBER OF GRADE POSSIBILITIES IT WILL BE NECESSARY TO SHOW ON THE PLANS THE ABUTMENT AND PIER STEP DIMENSIONS. TO HELP IN OBTAINING THIS STEP INFORMATION SEE "EXAMPLES OF BRIDGE SEAT AND STEP CALCULATIONS" ON SHEET H44-02-07. H44-36-07 H44-37-07 INDEX & GENERAL NOTES GENERAL INFORMATION SUPERSTRUCTURE DETAILS SUPERSTRUCTURE DETAILS-MISC. ABUTMENT DETAILS FOR 0 SKEW, A & B BEAMS ABUTMENT DETAILS FOR 0 SKEW, C BEAMS LONGITUDINAL SECTION FOR 0 SKEW, A & B BEAMS LONGITUDINAL SECTION FOR 0 SKEW, C BEAMS SUPERSTRUCTURE DETAILS FOR 0 SKEW DECK & ABUTMENT REINF. FOR 0 SKEW ABUTMENT DETAILS FOR 15 SKEW, A & B BEAMS ABUTMENT DETAILS FOR 15 SKEW, C BEAMS LONGITUDINAL SECTION FOR 15 SKEW, A & B BEAMS LONGITUDINAL SECTION FOR 15 SKEW, C BEAMS SUPERSTRUCTURE DETAILS FOR 15 SKEW DECK & ABUTMENT REINF. FOR 15 SKEW ADDITIONAL QUANTITIES FOR 15 SKEW ABUTMENT DETAILS FOR 30 SKEW, A & B BEAMS ABUTMENT DETAILS FOR 30 SKEW, C BEAMS LONGITUDINAL SECTION FOR 30 SKEW, A & B BEAMS LONGITUDINAL SECTION FOR 30 SKEW, C BEAMS SUPERSTRUCTURE DETAILS FOR 30 SKEW DECK & ABUTMENT REINF. FOR 30 SKEW ADDITIONAL QUANTITIES FOR 30 SKEW A BEAM DETAILS A BEAM DETAILS B BEAM DETAILS B BEAM DETAILS C BEAM DETAILS C BEAM DETAILS INTERMEDIATE STEEL DIAPHRAGMS BARRIER RAIL DETAILS 1 OF 3 BARRIER RAIL DETAILS 2 OF 3 BARRIER RAIL DETAILS 3 OF 3 OPEN RAIL DETAILS 1 OF 2 OPEN RAIL DETAILS 2 OF 2 PIER BEARING DETAILS

INDEX FOR H44-07 STANDARDS (CONT’D.):
H44-38-07 H44-39-07 H44-40-07 H44-41-07 H44-42-07 H44-43-07 H44-44-07 H44-45-07 H44-46-07 H44-47-07 H44-48-07 H44-49-07 H44-50-07 H44-51-07 H44-52-07 H44-53-07 H44-54-07 H44-55-07 H44-56-07 H44-57-07 H44-58-07 H44-59-07 H44-60-07 H44-61-07 H44-62-07 H44-63-07 H44-64-07 H44-65-07 H44-66-07 H44-67-07 H44-68-07 H44-69-07 H44-70-07 H44-71-07 H44-72-07 H44-73-07 H44-74-07 H44-75-07 H44-76-07 H44-77-07 H44-78-07 PILE BENT PIERS FOR 0 SKEW PILE BENT PIERS FOR 0 SKEW PILE BENT PIERS HP14 PILES FOR 0 SKEW PILE BENT PIERS HP14 PILES FOR 0 SKEW PILE BENT PIERS FOR 15 SKEW PILE BENT PIERS FOR 15 SKEW PILE BENT PIERS HP14 PILES FOR 15 SKEW PILE BENT PIERS HP14 PILES FOR 15 SKEW PILE BENT PIERS FOR 30 SKEW PILE BENT PIERS FOR 30 SKEW PILE BENT PIERS HP14 PILES FOR 30 SKEW PILE BENT PIERS HP14 PILES FOR 30 SKEW TEE PIER CAP AND COLUMN, 0 SKEW TEE PIER CAP AND COLUMN, 0 SKEW TEE PIER-50 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 0 SKEW, H=16’ TO 24’ TEE PIER-50 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 0 SKEW, H=25’ TO 40’ TEE PIER-75 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 0 SKEW, H=16’ TO 24’ TEE PIER-75 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 0 SKEW, H=25’ TO 40’ TEE PIER-SPREAD FOOTINGS, 0 SKEW, H=16’ TO 24’ TEE PIER-SPREAD FOOTINGS, 0 SKEW, H=25’ TO 40’ TEE PIER CAP AND COLUMN, 15 SKEW TEE PIER CAP AND COLUMN, 15 SKEW TEE PIER-50 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS, 15 SKEW, H=16’ TO 24’ TEE PIER-50 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS, 15 SKEW, H=25’ TO 40’ TEE PIER-75 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS, 15 SKEW, H=16’ TO 24’ TEE PIER-75 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS, 15 SKEW, H=25’ TO 40’ TEE PIER-SPREAD FOOTINGS, 15 SKEW, H=16’ TO 24’ TEE PIER-SPREAD FOOTINGS, 15 SKEW, H=25’ TO 40’ TEE PIER CAP AND COLUMN, 30 SKEW TEE PIER CAP AND COLUMN, 30 SKEW TEE PIER-50 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS, 30 SKEW, H=16’ TO 24’ TEE PIER-50 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS, 30 SKEW, H=25’ TO 40’ TEE PIER-75 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS, 30 SKEW, H=16’ TO 24’ TEE PIER-75 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS, 30 SKEW, H=25’ TO 40’ TEE PIER-SPREAD FOOTINGS, 30 SKEW, H=16’ TO 24’ TEE PIER-SPREAD FOOTINGS, 30 SKEW, H=25’ TO 40’ SUBDRAIN DETAILS WING ARMORING DETAILS, A & B BEAMS WING ARMORING DETAILS, C BEAMS ABUTMENT BACKFILL DETAIL, A & B BEAMS - 0 SKEW ABUTMENT BACKFILL DETAIL, A & B BEAMS - SKEWED ABUTMENT BACKFILL DETAIL, C BEAMS - 0 SKEW ABUTMENT BACKFILL DETAIL, C BEAMS - SKEWED

ABUTMENTS. (2) THESE BRIDGES ARE NOT TO BE USED WHEN POINT BEARING FOR THE ABUTMENT STEEL

PILING WOULD BE OBTAINED ON ROCK AT A DISTANCE LESS THAN 15 FEET FROM THE BOTTOM OF FOOTING. (3) THE ABUTMENT PILING ARE TO BE DRIVEN THROUGH OVERSIZED HOLES PREBORED TO A

MINIMUM OF 10 FEET BELOW THE BOTTOM OF FOOTING. THE PREBORED HOLES SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 2501.03, Q, OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. THE ELEVATION OF THE BOTTOM OF THE PREBORED HOLE SHALL BE SHOWN ON THE PLANS.

REVI SED 1 1 -09 - THE SPECI FI CATI ON REFERENCES CHANGED. ADDED ADDI TI ONAL SHEET TO THE I NDEX.

THE ABUTMENT FOOTING AND PIER CAP CONCRETE QUANTITIES SHOWN IN THESE PLANS ARE CALCULATED BASED ON A 0.3% GRADE. FOR HIGHER GRADES, THESE CONCRETE QUANTITIES FOR BRIDGES SKEWED AT 15, AND 30 MAY NEED TO BE INCREASED. IN ADDITION, THE LAYOUT OF THE PIER CAP STEP REINFORCING STEEL IS GRADE DEPENDENT FOR BRIDGES SKEWED AT 15 AND 30. SEE SHEETS H44-17-07 AND H44-24-07 TO DETERMINE THE ADDITIONAL CONCRETE QUANTITIES REQUIRED AND FOR THE LAYOUT AND QUANTITY OF THE PIER CAP STEP REINFORCING STEEL.

H44-79-07 H44-80-07

PROVIDE TOP OF SLAB ELEVATIONS AND WING ELEVATIONS A, B AND C AS NOTED ON THE STANDARD SHEETS (‘LONGITUDINAL SECTION‘).

VARIOUS TYPES OF PIERS MAY BE USED WITH THESE STANDARDS. IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT THE DETAILS FOR THE PIER DIAPHRAGM ON THE SUPERSTRUCTURE DEPEND ON THE TYPE OF PIER USED.

THESE BRIDGE PLANS LABEL ALL REINFORCING STEEL WITH ENGLISH NOTATION (‘5a1 IS INCH DIAMETER BAR‘). ENGLISH REINFORCING STEEL RECEIVED IN THE FIELD MAY DISPLAY THE FOLLOWING "BAR DESIGNATION". THE "BAR

THE PIERS AND ABUTMENTS FOR THESE STANDARDS HAVE BEEN DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF BOTH FRICTION AND POINT BEARING PILES. IT IS NECESSARY THAT THE TYPE AND LENGTH FOR BOTH THE ABUTMENT AND PIER PILES BE DESIGNATED ON THE FRONT SHEET OF THE PLANS.

DESIGNATION" IS THE STAMPED IMPRESSION ON THE REINFORCING BARS, AND IS EQUIVALENT TO THE BAR DIAMETER IN MILLIMETERS.

ENGLISH SIZE THESE STANDARDS ARE TO BE USED FOR BRIDGES WITH EPOXY COATED REINFORCING. BAR DESIGNATION FOR PIERS SUBJECT TO SCOUR THE DESIGN BEARING SHALL BE OBTAINED BELOW SCOUR ELEVATION. SCOUR ELEVATION SHALL BE SHOWN ON THE FRONT SHEET.

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CONCRETE INTERMEDIATE DIAPHRAGMS SHALL BE USED FOR OVERPASS BRIDGES. THE DESIGNER SHALL ADJUST THE CONCRETE AND REINFORCING QUANTITIES ACCORDINGLY.

DESIGN STRESSES:
DESIGN STRESSES FOR THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS ARE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AASHTO LRFD BRIDGE DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS, 4th Ed, SERIES OF 2007.

3" WING PVC PIPE IS INCIDENTAL TO STRUCTURAL CONCRETE.

KEYWAY DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON THE PLANS ARE BASED ON NOMINAL DIMENSIONS UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE. IN ADDITION, THE BEVEL USED ON THE KEYWAY SHALL BE LIMITED TO A MAXIMUM OF 10 DEGREES FROM VERTICAL.

REINFORCING STEEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH LRFD AASHTO SECTION 5, GRADE 60. CONCRETE IN ACCORDANCE WITH LRFD AASHTO SECTION 5, f’c = 3,500 PSI. FOR STANDARD PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAMS, SEE SHEETS H44-25-07 THRU H44-30-07
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STANDARD DESIGN - 44’ ROADWAY, THREE SPAN BRIDGE

SPECIFICATIONS:
DESIGN: 1 1 -09 AASHTO LRFD 4th Ed, SERIES OF 2007.
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CONSTRUCTION: IOWA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR HIGHWAY AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION, SERIES 2009, PLUS APPLICABLE GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS, DEVELOPMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS, SUPPLEMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS AND SPECIAL PROVISIONS SHALL APPLY TO CONSTRUCTION WORK ON THIS PROJECT.

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TEE PIER NOTES: EXAMPLES OF BRIDGE SEAT AND STEP CALCULATIONS:
THE DESIGNER SHALL SHOW ON THE PLANS THE 7 ELEVATIONS AND THE 6 STEP DIMENSIONS REQUIRED FOR EACH OF THE PIER TOP AND ABUTMENT BRIDGE SEATS. THE TEE PIERS SHOWN IN THESE PLANS ARE DESIGNED FOR USE WITH THE H44-06 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGE STANDARDS. THE PIER MAY BE USED FOR EITHER GRADE SEPARATION OR STREAM CROSSING STRUCTURES. THE PIERS WERE DESIGNED FOR THE FOLLOWING STREAM FORCE AND ICE LOADING CONDITIONS, AND SHOULD NOT BE USED WHERE THESE LOADING CONDITIONS ARE EXCEEDED.

THE BOXED IN DETAILS IN THE FOLLOWING EXAMPLES SHOW HOW THE INFORMATION SHOULD BE INDICATED ON THE PLANS.

ICE FORCE: ICE FORCES WERE APPLIED AT A HEIGHT OF H/2 + 1’-6 ABOVE THE BOTTOM OF THE PIER FOOTING, WHERE H IS THE OVERALL HEIGHT OF PIER. THE EFFECTIVE ICE STRENGTH WAS 24 KSF FOR 1’-7 OF ICE DEPTH. A PRIMARY ICE FORCE (F) WAS CALCULATED ACCORDING TO THE LRFD SPECIFICATIONS AND APPLIED TO THE PIER STEM AS FOLLOWS: CASE 1: 100% OF F APPLIED PARALLEL TO THE PIER’S LONG AXIS AND 15% OF
G 2 = 0 . 9 5 %

EXAMPLE NO. 1 A STRAIGHT GRADE OF -3.25% WITH THE P.I. STATION OF 103+75.00 AND ELEVATION OF 653.29. THE BRIDGE LENGTH IS 213’-10 | TO | OF ABUTMENT BEARINGS WITH 30 SKEW RIGHT AHEAD.

EXAMPLE NO. 2
% 3 6 . 2 +

F APPLIED PERPENDICULAR TO THE PIER’S LONG AXIS. CASE 2: 50% OF F APPLIED PARALLEL TO THE PIER’S LONG AXIS AND 34% OF F APPLIED PERPENDICULAR TO THE PIER’S LONG AXIS.

1 G

=

STREAM FLOW: | BRIDGE STATION 254+73.00 | TO | ABUT. BRGS. = 213’-10 STATIONS | BRIDGE STA. } OF L2 = 105+85.00 } 38.67 106+23.67 + 68.25 P.I. STATION 253+10.00 P.I. ELEVATION = 316.09 FROM SHEET H44-04-07 LENGTH OF VERTICAL CURVE = (‘20000‘)(‘0.0358‘) = 716 FEET M.O. = (‘0.0358‘)(‘716‘)(‘‘) = 3.204 FEET FOOTING GEOMETRY: IT WAS ASSUMED THAT THE PIER FOOTING WILL BE SET APPROXIMATELY 6’-0 BELOW THE ADJACENT STREAMBED OR GROUND SURFACE. IT WAS ALSO ASSUMED THAT THERE STATIONS ELEVATIONS ALONG PROFILE GRADE LINE (‘P.G.L. ELEV.‘) | ABUT. BRG. = 653.29-[‘(104+78.08)-(‘103+75.00‘)](‘0.0325‘) =649.94 | PIER BRG. = 653.29-[‘( 105+46.33 )-(‘103+75.00‘)](‘0.0325‘) =647.72 | PIER BRG. = 653.29-[‘( 106+23.67 )-(‘103+75.00‘)](‘0.0325‘) =645.21 | ABUT. BRG. = 653.29-[(‘106+91.92 )-(‘103+75.00‘)](‘0.0325‘) =642.99 | BRIDGE STA. } OF L2 = 254+73.00 } 38.67 255+11.67 + 68.25 255+79.92 ALL BRIDGES WITH TEE PIERS DETAILED ON THESE STANDARDS ARE INTENDED TO HAVE ONE FIXED PIER AND ONE EXPANSION PIER. THE PILE LAYOUT AND REINFORCEMENT SHOWN ARE THE SAME FOR EITHER FIXED OR EXPANSION PIER. THE ONLY DISTINCTION BETWEEN FIXED PIER AND EXPANSION PIER LIES IN THE SELECTION OF BEARINGS AND PRESENCE OF THE KEYWAY IN THE TOP OF THE CAP. EACH BRIDGE SHALL HAVE ONE SET OF FIXED BEARINGS AND ONE SET OF EXPANSION BEARINGS, WHICH MAY BE USED ELEVATIONS TOP OF SLAB FACING ALONG THE STATIONING ( BEAM SPACING )( TAN. SK. ) = ( 6.84’ )TAN 15 = 1.83’ ON EITHER PIER 1 OR PIER 2. THE KEYWAY IN THE TOP OF THE CAP SHOULD BE ELIMINATED FROM THE EXPANSION PIER. ARE NO SIGNIFICANT UNBALANCED EARTH PRESSURES APPLIED TO THE PIER. 15 SKEW LEFT AHEAD THE STREAM VELOCITY USED WAS 5 FT/SEC WITH THE C D COEFFICIENT EQUAL TO 1.4. THE RESULTING STREAM FORCE WAS ASSUMED TO ACT PARALLEL TO THE PIER’S LONG AXIS. IT WAS ASSUMED THAT SUPERSTRUCTURE ELEMENTS WILL CLEAR HIGH WATER BY APPROXIMATELY 3’-0.

| PIER BRGS. } L1 | ABUTMENT BRGS.

= 105+46.33 68.25

= 104+78.08

106+91.92

| PIER BRGS. } L1 | ABUTMENT BRGS.

= 254+34.33 68.25

= 253+66.08

ELEVATIONS TOP OF SLAB FACING ALONG THE STATIONING (‘BEAM SPACING‘)(‘TAN. SK. )(‘GRADE‘) = (‘6.84‘)TAN 30(‘0.0325‘) = 0.13’

ABUTMENT NO. 1 BEAMS PGL ELEV. SK. CORRECT EXTERIOR 649.94 +0.39 -0.38 649.95 -4.74 645.21 INTERIOR 649.94 +0.26 -0.24 649.96 -4.74 645.22 INTERIOR 649.94 +0.13 -0.10 649.97 -4.74 645.23 CENTER 649.94 0.00 0.00 649.94 -4.74 645.20 INTERIOR 649.94 -0.13 -0.10 649.71 -4.74 644.97 INTERIOR 649.94 -0.26 -0.24 649.44 -4.74 644.70 EXTERIOR 649.94 -0.39 -0.38 649.17 -4.74 644.43

PIER NO. 1 BEAMS STATION PGL ELEV. SLAB CROWN TOP SLAB ELEV. -"U" (‘4’-7‘) BR. SEAT ELEV. EXTERIOR 254+39.82 +313.56 -0.38 313.18 -4.61 308.57 INTERIOR 254+37.99 +313.55 -0.24 313.31 -4.61 308.70 INTERIOR 254+36.16 +313.55 -0.10 313.45 -4.61 308.84 CENTER 254+34.33 313.54 0.00 313.54 -4.61 308.93 INTERIOR 254+32.50 313.54 -0.10 313.44 -4.61 308.83 INTERIOR 254+30.67 313.54 -0.24 313.30 -4.61 308.69 EXTERIOR 254+28.84 313.53 -0.38 313.15 -4.61 308.54

HP10x57 STEEL PILE SHALL BE USED IN THE PILE FOOTINGS OF THE PIERS FOR EITHER FRICTION OR POINT BEARING PILE CONDITIONS. FRICTION BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND END BEARING IN SOIL. POINT BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND POINT BEARING IN ROCK. NOMINAL STRUCTURAL RESISTANCE WAS TAKEN AS 243 KIPS FOR 50 TON FRICTION BEARING PILES AND 365 KIPS FOR 75 TON POINT BEARING PILES. A NOMINAL UPLIFT RESISTANCE OF 42 KIPS PER PILE WAS USED IN THE DESIGN OF THE PIER FOOTINGS. THE PIER SHALL NOT BE USED AT SITES WHERE THIS UPLIFT FORCE CANNOT BE ACHIEVED DUE TO SPECIFIC CONDITIONS SUCH AS SURFACE ROCK LAYERS.

SLAB CROWN TOP SLAB ELEV. -"U" (4’-8) BR. SEAT ELEV.

WHEN PIERS ARE USED IN GRADE SEPARATION STRUCTURES, EPOXY COATED REINFORCEMENT MAY BE REQUIRED FOR PIER COLUMNS. CONSULT CURRENT POLICY FOR GUIDANCE ON THE USE OF EPOXY COATED REINFORCEMENT IN SUCH CASES. ADJUST THE d1 COLUMN BAR ELEV. 645.22 ELEV. 645.21 2 3 3 ELEV.645.23 ELEV. 645.20 ELEV. 644.97 1 1 1 1 ELEV. 644.43 ELEV. 308.57 ELEV. 644.70 308.70 ELEV. ELEV.308.84 ELEV. 308.93 ELEV. 308.83 1 308.54 ELEV. 1 ELEV.308.69 PROJECTION INTO THE CAP AND d1/d2 LAP DISTANCE ACCORDINGLY.

REVI SED 1 1 -09 - TEE PI ER NOTES WERE CHANGED TO LRFD SPECS.

ABUTMENT NO. 1 STEP DIAGRAM
LOOKING UP STATIONING

PIER NO. 1 STEP DIAGRAM
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2•" CL.

1'-4 TOP OF SLAB

22'-3 (44'-6 ROADWAY FOR OPEN RAIL) 20'-7 TANGENT ON 2.0% SLOPE 3'-0 PARABOLIC CROWN 3'-0 PARABOLIC CROWN

22'-0 (44'-0 ROADWAY FOR BARRIER RAIL) 19'-0 TANGENT ON 2.0% SLOPE

1'-7

1 " CL.

LEVEL

1 ‚

1• BEVELED 1• x 3 NAILED TO HEADER HEADER CUT TO FIT SHAPE OF CROWN AND DRILLED FOR LONGITUDINAL REINFORCING.

TRANSVERSE REINFORCING STEEL IS TO BE PARALLEL TO AND 1" CLEAR ABOVE BOTTOM OF SLAB. TOP AND BOTTOM REINFORCING STEEL IS TO BE SUPPORTED BY INDIVIDUAL BAR CHAIRS SPACED AT NOT MORE THAN 3'-0 CENTERS LONGITUDINALLY AND TRANSVERSELY, OR BY CONTINUOUS ROWS OF BAR HIGH CHAIRS OR SLAB BOLSTERS SPACED 4'-0 APART. I.M. 451.01 REQUIREMENTS SHALL APPLY FOR BAR CHAIRS, BAR HIGH CHAIRS, AND SLAB BOLSTERS. 1'-9 8 10• 5 SP. @ 9" = 3'-9 10• 8 TYPICAL 5b1 & 5b2 SPACING ( TOP OF SLAB ) 1'-2 6 SP. @ 9" = 4'-6 1'-2 TYPICAL 5b1 & 5b2 SPACING 6a @ 10" ( BOTTOM OF SLAB ) 2•" CL. ROUGHEN JOINT UNDER POST 5j1 BARS AT 10" (`CENTERED BETWEEN 6a BARS IN TOP OF SLAB`) 9ƒ 5b1 & 5b2 STRAIGHT LINE BETWEEN BEAMS OPEN RAIL SLAB AREA = 32.45 SQ. FT. BARRIER RAIL SLAB AREA = 31.95 SQ. FT. SLAB AREAS DO NOT INCLUDE THE NOMINAL • INCH HAUNCH.

1'-6

4• 1'-5

TOP TRANSVERSE REINFORCING STEEL IS TO BE PARALLEL TO AND 2 " CLEAR BELOW TOP OF SLAB. BOTTOM

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TRANSVERSE SLAB CONSTRUCTION JOINT

1 x 8 x 0'-8 8 8 INDENTATION 8 SPACED @ 2'-0 8ƒ 1 0‚" MAX. 9" MI N. 3 ƒ" DRIP GROOVE 10• 3'-1 FOR DETAILS OF 8 34 3 4 RAIL AND RAIL REINFORCING b3 SPACING SYMMETRICAL ABOUT TOP OF SLAB 5b1 & 5b2 1'-2 6 SPACES @ 9" = 4'-6 1'-2 SEE BARRIER RAIL SHEET H44-32-07 THRU H44-34-07 2 5e1 2 5d2 5e3 5d1 5e4 ƒ"½ x 1'-3 COIL ‚" PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER 5d3 & 5d4 5e2 KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 STRIP ƒ"½ x 1'-3 COIL ROD ROD (BENT) 5 6 5b1 BARS & 5b2 NEOPRENE BEARING PADS * STEEL DIAPHRAGM SEE SHEET H44-31-07 5b1 & 5b2 SPACING

*`ƒ" DOUBLE DRIP GROOVE (TYP.) * NOTE: DOUBLE DRIP GROOVES FOR OPEN RAIL OPTION ONLY. 5d5 4t1 0" A, B BEAMS 1" C BEAMS STEP

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"U" TOP OF SLAB 8g1 TO BRIDGE SEAT * FOR SLAB THICKNESS OVER BEAMS SEE SYMMETRICAL ABOUT S3 x 7.5 ƒ"½ x 1'-3 COIL ROD KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 STRIP | ROADWAY UNLESS NOTED TABLE OF SLAB AND HAUNCH THICKNESS AT BEAMS ON SHEET H44-04-07.

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TOP OF SLAB 3'-1 A, B BEAMS 3'-2 C BEAMS

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AT LOW

6 BEAM SPACES @ 6'-10 = 41'-0

HALF SECTION NEAR ABUTMENT
(OPEN RAIL SHOWN) 1• FOR DETAILS OF RAIL AND RAIL REINFORCING SEE OPEN RAIL SHEET HEADER CUT TO FIT SHAPE OF GRADE AND DRILLED FOR TRANSVERSE REINFORCING. 44 4 8 OF NEOPRENE BEARING PAD H44-35-07 & H44-36-07 BASED ON ˆ" COMPRESSION

HALF SECTION NEAR MID SPAN
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5b1 & 5b2 BARS 5

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GENERAL NOTES:
EXPANSION PIER DIAPHRAGM SHOWN CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR SHALL BE 2" UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN. FIXED PIER DIAPHRAGM SHOWN

SECTION NEAR PIER
ALL REINFORCING BARS ARE TO BE SECURELY WIRED IN PLACE AND ADEQUATELY SUPPORTED ON BAR CHAIRS BEFORE CONCRETE IS PLACED. I.M. 451.01 REQUIREMENTS SHALL APPLY FOR BAR CHAIRS TRANSVERSE SLAB REINFORCING MAY BE SPLICED WITH ONE LAP LOCATED AS FOLLOWS: ALL PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAMS ARE TO BE SET VERTICAL. TOP BARS - LAP MIDWAY BETWEEN BEAMS ( MIN. LAP = 1'-10 ).
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BOTTOM BARS - LAP OVER BEAMS ( MIN. LAP = 1'-10 ). FORMS FOR THE SLAB AND RAILS ARE TO BE SUPPORTED BY THE PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAMS. PAYMENT FOR REINFORCING BARS SHALL BE BASED ON NO SPLICES, AND NO ALLOWANCE SHALL BE MADE FOR THE ADDITIONAL LENGTH OF
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BAR REQUIRED FOR THE USE OF SPLICES. WEIGHT OF DRAINS IS INCLUDED IN THE STRUCTURAL STEEL QUANTITY. 06-1 2

LENGTH OF S3 x 7.5
(`ABUTMENT BEAM SEAT`) BEAM BOTTOM FLANGE WIDTH LENGTH OF S3 x 7.5 1'-3• 1'-6•

PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES
MARCH, 2007

THE PIER AND ABUTMENT DIAPHRAGM CONCRETE IS TO BE PLACED MONOLITHICALLY WITH THE FLOOR SLAB.

ALL REINFORCING STEEL IS TO BE GRADE 60. 1'-5 COST OF ALL PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER MATERIAL IS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE BID FOR "STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (BRIDGE)". 1'-8

SUPERSTRUCTURE DETAILS

H44-03-07

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11x17_pdf.pltcfg

" ‰ HOLES IN EACH OUTSTANDING LEG FOR NAILING TO FORMS. SLAB AND HAUNCH THICKNESS AT BEAMS FOR STRAIGHT GRADE THICKNESS OVER THE BEAM AT THE MIDPOINT OF THE SPANS (POINTS B. 1 B C | PIER 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 D E | PIER 1 1 SLAB 1 2 2 1 1 T 8 F G | ABUT.‘) 8 (‘G1-G2‘) IS THE ALGEBRAIC DIFFERENCE OF THE APPROACH GRADES EXPRESSED IN DECIMAL FORM.44’ ROADWAY. 9 * | * 8 8 SLAB | 8 DRAIN DETAILS " DRIP 3 USE FOR BARRIER RAIL ONLY.25L1 G BEAM | CONCRETE SEALER LIMITS FOR OPEN RAILS E F G | ABUT. LBS. THREE SPAN BRIDGE " LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 0-1 1 SLAB THICKNESS DETAILS NOTE: THE SLAB THICKNESS (T) ‘AT THE BEAMS.| ABUTMENT BEARING L1 1’-0 0. IF BEAM IS UNDER CAMBERED INCREASE THE HAUNCH THICKNESS OVER THE BEAM AT THE MIDPOINT OF THE SPANS (POINTS B.pltcfg . 2007 G1 MAY HAVE A + OR . A 85 4’-4 B 96 4’-11 C 106 5’-5 REVI SED 1 0-1 1 .LIMITS OF PI ER PI ER CONCRETE SEALER L1 ABUT. 1 1 THE CONCRETE SEALER LIMITS ARE SHOWN IN THE DETAIL AND SHALL APPLY TO THE FULL LENGTH OF 1 1 2 1 1 BRIDGE. NOT REQUIRED FOR OPEN RAIL. MAXIMUM VALUE OF G1 OR G2 IS 5%. "L" 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 1 2 1 A | ABUT. D AND F). OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. CONCRETE SEALER SHALL BE APPLIED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 2403.SIGN. THE MINIMUM NUMERICAL VALUE OF THE GRADE IS 0. OPEN RAIL 1’-4 0 SKEW "L" |-| ABUTMENT BEARING L2 L1 | 8 | WAS EXTENDED TO A 1 ’ -0 DI STANCE.C. STRAIGHT LINE NOTE : DRAINS ARE TO BE GALVANIZED AFTER FABRICATION. 8 1 0 1 ’ -0 8 8 MAX. 1 1 " SUPERSTRUCTURE DETAILS H44-04-07 9/30/2011 3:11:54 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 1 2 2 1 2 2 " MAX.O. G 1 ABUT. EXTERIOR BEAMS @ OPEN RAIL L 1 x 1 x x 0’-4 WELDED TO SLAB AND HAUNCH THICKNESS MAX. BOTTOM OF RAIL.O. STRAIGHT LINE BETWEEN HAUNCHES BOTH SIDES OF DRAIN WITH 2 . = (‘G1-G2‘)(‘LENGTH OF V.25L2 0. ARE IN FEET. GROOVE A B C D BEAM HAUNCH L1 L2 E F L1 G | SEE "‘SITUATION SKETCH‘" FOR LOCATION OF DRAINS. TRAFFIC FACE SIDE. 1 B C | PIER 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 D 15 AND 30 SKEW | PIER SITUATION SKETCH (SHOWING DRAIN LOCATIONS) 0 ’ 1 = R 3 1" DEPRESSION IN SLAB CONCRETE AT DRAIN BETWEEN HAUNCHES TOP OF SLAB 7 * 1 1 1 1 9 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 LENGTH OF VERTICAL CURVE REQUIRED = (‘20. BRG. 3.THE DRAI N EXTENSI ON BELOW APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER MI N. 1 CONCRETE SEALER SHALL BE APPLIED TO BOTH SIDES OF BRIDGE SLAB ON THE TOP. 1 G + M. IF THE BEAM IS OVER CAMBERED DECREASE THE HAUNCH PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.3% AND THE MAXIMUM VALUE IS 5%. P. WEIGHT IS BASED ON ROLLED TUBE. G1 NEED NOT HAVE THE SAME VALUE AS G2. "L" 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 A | ABUT. THE CONCRETE SEALER SHALL ALSO BE APPLIED TO THE OPEN RAIL ON THE TOP. AT BEAMS FOR VERTICAL CURVE TOP OF SLAB ABUT. LENGTH FT.25L1 0.| ABUTMENT BEARING INTERIOR BEAMS EXTERIOR BEAMS @ BARRIER RAIL WEIGHT OF DRAINS IS INCLUDED IN THE QUANTITY FOR "STRUCTURAL STEEL" . LENGTH OF CURVE AND M. TYPICAL SLAB AND |-| ABUT. 1 THE BEAM HAUNCH DETAIL * FOR SLAB THICKNESS OVER BEAMS SEE " SLAB THICKNESS DETAILS " ON THIS SHEET. THE DATA FOR ONE DRAI N QUANTI TI ES WERE ADJUSTED FOR THE ADDI TI ONAL DRAI N LENGTH. STRAIGHT LINE BETWEEN HAUNCHES PI ER 1’-7 LEVEL TOP OF SLAB " STEEL PLATE ( WELDED ) OR 4 x 8 OUTSIDE DIMENSION ROLLED 8 8 PI ER | TUBE WITH " WALL THICKNESS.O. ABUT. IF MORE THAN " EMBEDMENT IS REQUIRED OR IF THE HAUNCH EXCEEDS 2" THE GRADE LINE IS TO BE REVISED.dgn h44-04-07 11x17_pdf. AND ON ALL SIDES OF THE OPEN RAIL POSTS. Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . MI N. BRG.03. EDGE OF SLAB AND UNDER THE SLAB.000‘)(‘G1-G2‘) M. BUT IS NOT GUARANTEED FOR CONSTRUCTION. " DOUBLE DRIP GROOVE STRAIGHT LINE 5 6 1 x x 0’-10 { WELDED ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF DRAIN TO SERVE AS ANCHOR. STRAIGHT LINE | PIER | PIER |-| ABUT. (8" SLAB PLUS HAUNCH) IS BASED ON THE ANTICIPATED BEAM CAMBER REMAINING AFTER PLACING THE SLAB. "L" |. SLAB G 2 8 8 8 DRAINS TOP OF SLAB SYMM ABOUT | ROADWAY | D B C E A F HAUNCH L1 L2 "L" |. D AND F) TO A MAXIMUM OF " EMBEDMENT IN THE SLAB. ( KEEP) DATA FOR ONE DRAIN BEAM SIZE WT.

RUG PADDING MAY 5p1 S3 x 7. RUBBERIZED ON BOTH SIDES. OF PILES PER ABUT.44’ ROADWAY.) "D" EQUAL SPACES NO.5k1 & 5k2 BACK FACE BE 7 TURNS OF NO. 2007 5p1 1’-0 1’-0 "D" EQUAL SPACES 1’-0 1’-0 5p1 DOUBLE HOOP SPACING 4’-9 8f1 MIN. & 2 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS. BRG. 8g1 5d2 & 5d3 5d5 1’-6 SAME SPACING BETWEEN BEAMS 11 4 SPA.IN. IN THICKNESS MAY BE RUG 1’-6 1’-6 PADDING USED. PART SECTION A . (MATERIAL LESS THAN IN. THE UPPER 3’.47’-2 CONSTANT 1’-7 LEVEL 44’-0 ROADWAY 1’-7 LEVEL TOP OF SLAB 1 ’ -1 1" CHAMFER DEPTH 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5k1 8g3 8g1 TOP OF SLAB -1 ’ 1 1 ’ -1 WOOD PILING NOTE: 8g 1 MI N. 3 5d6-(MIN.) "D" EQUAL SPACES NO.L x x SPACERS PUNCHED TO HOLD SPIRAL.) "C" (FT. 3’-0 PART SECTION B-B (FOR STEEL H-PILING) NOTE: THE SPIRAL AT THE TOP OF EACH PILE TO 3’-1 6 BEAM SPACES @ 6’-10 = 41’-0 3’-1 SPACING FOR: 3 2 @ 0’-8 B 8g1 | ABUT. AN APPROPRIATE METHOD OF PROTECTION APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER SHALL BE PROVIDED BY THE BRIDGE CONTRACTOR AT NO EXTRA COST TO THE KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 3"‰ PVC PIPE. IS TO BE WRAPPED WITH A DOUBLE THICKNESS OF RUG PADDING HELD IN PLACE BY TACKING WITH GALVANIZED ROOFING NAILS AND WRAPPED WITH #14 GAUGE GALVANIZED WIRE AT A 4" PITCH. LAP AT | = 2’-2) TYP. . .8g1 BACK FACE 36. EACH WING 1’-3 1’-3 TYP. PER SQ. "B" (FT. @ 1’-3 6’-10 11 1’-6 2 @ 0’-8 3 43.8g3 BACK FACE 39.A ABUTMENT PILES ARE TO BE DRIVEN TO THE DESIGN BEARING VALUE AS GIVEN IN THE ABUTMENT PILE SPACING TABLE. AFTER PILES ARE CUT OFF. 2 BAR. 8g1 5k1 & 5k2 8g3 5d7-(MIN.5 3’ -3 8f1 3 WOOD PILING 2’ -0 BE EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING: A PVC PIPE 8g1 (FRONT FACE & BACK FACE) A 1 ’ -3 5d7 5d2 1 ’ -3 5d6 5k2 1’-3 5h2 COIL ROD 5d3 4t1 5h2 4t1 COIL ROD S3 x 7.8g1 FRONT FACE 37. . THICK. PILE BEARING (TONS) STRENGTH I DESIGN LOAD (KIPS) "A" PILE SPACES "B" (FT. AND SHALL BE AT LEAST IN. 3" PITCH WITH 3 .IN. CARE IS TO BE TAKEN NOT TO DAMAGE PADDING WHEN PLACING CONCRETE. ABUT. EXCEPT AS SHOWN. | PILE 8f1 | PILE | PILES APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 1 ’ -6 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . 3’-0 TOP OF PI LE CL.EMBED. PILE BEARING (TONS) STRENGTH I DESIGN LOAD (KIPS) 8g1 5h2 8g1 FIELD BEND 5h2 IF NECESSARY TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE END OF THE BRIDGE DECK OR BACKWALL FROM CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT. 1’-6 1’-6 3 PART REAR ELEVATION AT ABUTMENT NOTE: TOP OF ABUTMENT SHOWN FOR SOLID BARRIER RAIL CL. 21" DIAMETER.5 KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2 x 8 (1) HAIR AND JUTE RUG PADDING. OF PILES PER ABUT. THREE SPAN BRIDGE REVI SED 1 1 -09 . BUT WILL REQUIRE ADDITIONAL WRAPS FOR A TOTAL OF AT LEAST ONE INCH).IN.5 1 ’ -6 " ‰x1’-3 ABUTMENT PILE SPACING "A" PILE SPACES |-| 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 ABUT. (BOTH SIDES 2 WOOD WI TH OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN. TOP OF PI LE 2 2 CL. PER CU.WI NG SHAPE CHANGED. 1 ’ -6 ABUTMENT NOTES: MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR IS TO BE 2" UNLESS PI LES 1 2 H-PI LES 1 PLACE 5h2 BAR AT 1:6 SLOPE TO MATCH TRAFFIC SIDE OF ABUTMENT WING FACE. BRG. AND WEIGHING NOT LESS THAN 47 OZ. . PART SECTION B-B (FOR WOOD PILING) 47’-2 COIL ROD 3’ -0 4t1 S3 x 7. GUTTER LINE | ABUTMENT & | ROADWAY 23’-7 23’-7 TYPICAL) 1 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD.pltcfg . "C" "A" PILE SPACES @ "B" "C" | ABUT. YD.) STEEL WI TH "C" (FT.dgn h44-05-07 11x17_pdf. 14 3’-0 2’-7 1 15 19 55 6 7’-1 2’-4 5 7 45 129 14 3’-0 2’-7 1 15 20 58 6 7’-1 2’-4 5 7 46 134 16 2’-8 2’-3 1 17 19 55 6 7’-1 2’-4 5 7 50 144 16 2’-8 2’-3 1 17 20 57 7 6’-1 2’-3 4 8 45 131 17 2’-6 2’-4 1 18 19 56 7 6’-1 2’-3 4 8 47 135 5d5 DESI GN LOADS CHANGED TO LRFD.IN. LAP BACK FACE OF ABUTMENT ABUTMENT DETAILS 0 SKEW A & B BEAMS H44-05-07 ABUTMENT PILE PLAN 9/29/2011 2:43:17 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. LAP AT | 2’-2) B GUTTER LINE COUNTY OR STATE. BRG.PI LI NG & 3’ -0 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 5p1 1 ’ -6 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. FT. 3’ -0 STEEL H-PILE 2’ -0 (2) BONDED URETHANE OR BONDED POLYFOAM WITH A MINIMUM DENSITY OF 5 LBS. BARRIER RAIL NOT SHOWN IN DETAILS.

THREE SPAN BRIDGE 2 CL. 5’ -0 1’-3 1’-3 TYP.8g1 FRONT FACE 37. ABUTMENT DETAILS 0 SKEW C BEAMS H44-06-07 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.5k1 & 5k2 BACK FACE "C" PART SECTION B .ADDED FI ELD BEND 5h4 BAR TO AVOI D PI LE I N ABUTMENT WI NG NOTE. LAP 3"‰ PVC PIPE 6g4 KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 B AT | 2’-2) 6g4 4’-9 8f1 MIN. & | PILES 3’ -0 5p1 1 ’ -6 REVI SED 01 -1 2 . 8g1 5d2 & 5d3 5d5 BY BEVELED 2x8 1’-6 SAME SPACING BETWEEN BEAMS 1’-0 4 SPA. KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 8f3 & 8f4 5p2 2 CL. AN APPROPRIATE METHOD OF PROTECTION APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER SHALL BE PROVIDED BY THE BRIDGE CONTRACTOR AT NO EXTRA COST TO THE COUNTY OR STATE. 5d7 5d2 PIPE 6g4 5d9 MI N. 7 6’-1 2’-4 4 10 50 144 8 5’-4 2’-4 3 11 46 132 8 5’-4 2’-4 3 11 47 137 8 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 5d9 5d8 5’-4 2’-4 3 01 -1 2 11 50 145 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .dgn h44-06-07 11x17_pdf. 3" PITCH WITH 3 .) "D" EQUAL SPACES NO.5 4t1 BRG. 21" DIAMETER. 2 1 1 2 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD.pltcfg 6 GUTTER LINE 1 ’ -6 5p2 1 ’ -0 1 ’ -0 5p2 5’ -0 3 TYP. BRG. 6g4 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 5h2 (BACK FACE) 3" CL. . LAP AT | = 2’-2) 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5d9 1 ’ -6 8f4 | ABUTMENT & | ROADWAY BACK FACE OF ABUTMENT 6’ -6 8f3 1 ’ -6 5’ -0 5d6-(MIN.EMBED. 8g1 " ‰ x 1’-3 1 ’ -6 COIL ROD 5d5 8g1 6 1 ’ -6 S3 x 7. OF PILES PER ABUT. | ABUT. 2 CL. 4t1 COIL ROD S3 x 7. PILE BEARING (TONS) STRENGTH I DESIGN LOAD (KIPS) |-| 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 ABUT. 5h4 (TRAFFIC FACE) FIELD BEND 5h4 BAR 6p3 NOTE: THE SPIRAL AT THE TOP OF EACH PILE TO BE 7 TURNS OF NO.IN. 47’-2 3’-1 6 BEAM SPACES @ 6’-10 = 41’-0 3’-1 SPACING FOR: 3 2 @ 0’-8 KEYWAY FORMED B | ABUT.@ 1 ’ -0 = 4’ -0 FIELD BEND 5-6g 4 EACH FACE 8g1 8g1 5k1 & 5k2 8g3 6’ -6 5d7-(MIN. PART REAR ELEVATION AT ABUTMENT NOTE: TOP OF ABUTMENT SHOWN FOR SOLID BARRIER RAIL AS NECESSARY TO AVOID PILE IN ABUTMENT WING. 8f3 5p1 1 ’ -6 3’ -0 . 4 SPA.EMBEDMENT 6g 4 BARS C 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -3 5k2 1’-3 6g4 5d6 COIL ROD 5d3 ABUTMENT PILES ARE TO BE DRIVEN TO THE DESIGN BEARING VALUE AS GIVEN IN THE ABUTMENT PILE SPACING TABLE. JOINTS 8f4 5p2 5p1 2 CL.IN. EQUIPMENT. 2 BAR. 3’-0 2 CL.B 23’-8 "A" PILE SPACES @ "B" 23’-8 "C" 1’-0 1’-0 "D" EQUAL SPACES 1’-0 1’-0 5p1 DOUBLE 8 HOOP SPACING 8f1 6p3 TYP.5 2’ -0 TOP OF PI LE 3’ -3 BARRIER RAIL NOT SHOWN IN DETAILS.5 5h4 5h2 1 ’ -9 4t1 8f1 S3x7.L x x SPACERS PUNCHED TO HOLD SPIRAL. 12/28/2011 1:15:41 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\Jan_2012_Release\H44-07. @ 1’-2 6’-10 1’-0 1’-6 2 @ 0’-8 3 41.44’ ROADWAY.A GUTTER LINE 2’ -1 0 TYP. REINFORCING BARS 5c3 AND 5c14 ARE INCLUDED IN SUPERSTRUCTURE QUANTITIES. . -1 ’ 1 1" CHAMFER 1 ’ -1 A 3"‰ PVC 8g1 3"‰ PVC PIPE (FRONT FACE & BACK FACE) 5d8 A IF NECESSARY TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE END OF THE BRIDGE DECK OR BACKWALL FROM CONSTRUCTION 8g 1 MI N. BRG. 6 1’-8 5d8 2 1’-4 1’-7 1" 1’-4 22’-0 | PILE 1’-6 1’-6 5d9 5d8 3’-0 GUTTER LINE * * 5c3 5c14 ABUTMENT PILE PLAN ABUTMENT PILE SPACING 1 ’ -6 "A" PILE SPACES "B" (FT.8g3 BACK FACE 39.8g1 BACK FACE 36. 2007 PART SECTION C-C * NOTE: SEE BARRIER RAIL SHEET FOR DETAILS.47’-2 CONSTANT 1’-7 LEVEL 44’-0 ROADWAY 1’-7 LEVEL 1 ’ -1 TOP OF SLAB 5d8 (TRAFFIC FACE) 5d9 (BACK FACE) C 3"‰ PVC PIPE DEPTH TOP OF SLAB 8g1 5k1 8g3 ABUTMENT NOTES: MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR IS TO BE 2" UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN.) H-PI LES STEEL WI TH "C" (FT. CONSTR. LAP 8f4 8f4 PART SECTION A .

2007 3"‰ PVC PIPE PART SECTION C-C PART PLAN LONGITUDINAL SECTION 0 SKEW A & B BEAMS H44-07-07 9/29/2011 2:43:20 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. BRG. ~ 4t1 5h3 5c5-1 0 2’ -3 MI N. 5c5-10. 8g1 8g1 MIDWAY BETWEEN | ABUTMENT BEARING NOTE: PLUG 3"‰ PVC PIPE WITH EXPANDING FOAM PRIOR TO BACKFILLING BEHIND ABUTMENTS.44’ ROADWAY. 4 8 5s1 5h2 SECTION D-D ~ NOTE: SPS. 6c4. 9 TYP. 6d2 & 4t1 ARE INCLUDED IN THE SUPERSTRUCTURE QUANTITIES. @ 5 6c3 & ~ 6c4 3 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 1 ’ -7 7 EQUAL SPACES = 6’-6 5s1 7’-0 ABUTMENT WING 3 1 1 -09 PART SECTION AT PIER LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 4 5 SPA. 1 ’ -7 | BEAMS "‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD TOP OF FIXED PIER DETAILS (SEE SHEET H44-37-07 FOR EXPANSION PIER BEARING DETAILS) ~ 5h2 | PIER ~ 5c5-10 3 6c4 2‘@‘7 2‘@‘7 ~ 3 6c4 5h1 3 @ 6 5s1 ~ APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 9 6c3 2 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .WI NGS SHAPE CHANGED. 5h2 SEE END SECTION DETAILS IN THESE PLANS FOR DETAILS OF BARRIER RAIL END SECTION. 5k2 5d3 8g3 5d6 4t1 " ‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD S3 x 7. @ 6 =2’-6: ~ 6c4 ~ 6 SPA. B 1 x 8 x 0’-8 INDENTATION SPACED @ 2’-0 ~ CONSTRUCTION JOINT 6c4 ROUGHENED CONCRETE SEE DETAIL "C" ELEV.PI ER 6 1 ’ -1 1 ABUTMENT FIXED PIER PART LONGITUDINAL SECTION NEAR GUTTER (‘FOR DETAILS OF INTERMEDIATE DIAPHRAGM SEE SHEET H44-31-07‘) 3"‰ PVC PIPE 2’-0 PART END VIEW AT ABUTMENT PROVIDE ELEVATIONS A AND B IN THE BRIDGE PLAN SHEETS. A BEAM PRESTRESSING STEEL STRANDS 5d5 ~ 6c3 3 ~ 5c5-10 ELEV. ~ SECTION B-B 5c10 2 x 8 BEVELED KEYWAY ~ 5c5 ~ 6c4 7 5h3 PART PLAN 1 ’ -7 REVI SED 1 1 -09 -ABUT. 1 ’ -0 JOINT FILLER AROUND BEARINGS.pltcfg 5 . FACE OF STEPS. SIDES AND ENDS OF KEYWAYS. 3 6 | WEB 3 5 5 COIL TIE COIL TIE DETAIL "C" "‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD 9 (BENT 6 ) | PIER 6 1 ’ -7 5d4 6 ABUTMENT PIER 1 ’ -7 1’-0 1’-0 MIDWAY BETWEEN BEARINGS 5e4 LOCATION OF BEAM COIL TIES NEOPRENE BEARING PAD (9 x 1 x 1’-3) 1’-3 PRESTRESSED STRANDS | PIER 1" MIN.5 | BEARINGS SEE DETAIL "A" 5e3 5d4 5d3 4t1 D 2 EQ.CL. REINFORCING BARS 6c3.NOTE: BRIDGE IS SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 7’-0 BARRIER RAIL END SECTION FACE TO FACE OF BARRIER RAIL END SECTIONS 5e4 BARS (‘SEE BARRIER RAIL LAYOUT SHEET‘) 4" MI N. A D PARALLEL TO THE THEORETICAL | GRADE 6c4 BARS 1 ~ 5c5-10 1 ’ -6 ~ 6c4 5b1 & b3 ELEV. B KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 AND STEEL DIAPHRAGM BOLT HOLES 5e2 1 ’ -0 END OF 5d4 3 EQUAL SPACES 4-5e3 SEE SHEET H44-31-07 6’ -1 0 5d3 5e1 BEAMS 2 4 6 | BEAM BEARINGS | ABUT.SPS. 3"‰ PVC ) ) PIPE 5d7 5k1 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5h2 6’ -6 (’ B’BEAM 6’ -2 (’ A’BEAM 6 5d2 5b1 5e1 5d2 C C 5s1 2 CL. 5e1 & ~ 6d2 5h3 MI N. B TOP OF SLAB 5j1 6 5b1 5b2 (AT ENDS) 6a1 @ 10" CTRS. 5h1 ~ 6d2 5h1 3 EQ.‘) A | TO | BEAM BEARINGS 1’-6 EXPANSION PIER | ABUTMENT BEARING TO | PIER | PIER | ABUTMENT BEARING TO | ABUTMENT BEARING (REQUIRED AT ONE PIER. ONLY IF TEE PIERS ARE USED) " RADIUS FI XED PI ER EXPANS. | BEAM & BEARING | BEAM 1’-8 1’-3 B 4-5e1 44’ -0 ROADWAY DETAIL "A" 1’-3 1’-6 1’-6 5e3 9 | PIER " PREFORMED EXPANSION 1" THICK STRIPS OF PREFORMED EXPANSION 4’-0 2’-0 1’-0 JOINT FILLER.dgn h44-07-07 11x17_pdf. BEAM BEARINGS MIDWAY BETWEEN BEAM BEARINGS 9 9 " PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER 5h2 2’-1 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5h1 (BACK FACE) 5h3 (TRAFFIC FACE) 4 8g1 SECTION A-A MIDWAY BETWEEN BEARINGS 1"‰ HOLE (‘TYP.

FACE OF 4’-0 2’-0 1’-0 STEPS.ADDED FI ELD BEND 5h4 BAR TO AVOI D PI LE I N ABUTMENT WI NG NOTE. PARALLEL TO THE THEORETICAL | GRADE ~ 5b1 & b3 5d8 (TRAFFIC FACE) 5d9 (BACK FACE) BEAM PRESTRESSING STEEL STRANDS ELEV. FIELD BEND 5h4 BAR AS NECESSARY TO 1 ~ 5c5-10 AVOID PILE IN ABUTMENT WING. SIDES AND ENDS OF KEYWAYS.SPACES:5d 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5d2 5d7 7’ -3 5k2 8g3 5d6 5d3 5e3 5d4 5d3 4t1 5b1 5e1 5d5 D C C 2 CL. EMBED. PART LONGITUDINAL SECTION NEAR GUTTER (‘FOR DETAILS OF INTERMEDIATE DIAPHRAGM SEE SHEET H44-31-07‘) 3"‰ PVC PIPE 2’-0 "‰ x 1’-3 1 ’ -7 1’-0 1’-0 MIDWAY BETWEEN BEARINGS 5e4 COIL ROD 9 (BENT 6 2’ -3 MI N. FI XED PI ER EXPANS.PI ER | WEB 3 5 PIER 5 | PIER TYP.44’ ROADWAY. | BEAM B " PREFORMED EXPANSION PRESTRESSED STRANDS 1 ’ -1 1" THICK STRIPS OF PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER AROUND BEARINGS.NOTE: BRIDGE IS SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 7’-0 BARRIER RAIL END SECTION FACE TO FACE OF BARRIER RAIL END SECTIONS 5e4 BARS SEE BARRIER RAIL DETAILS FOR BARS AND BAR SPACING A D (‘SEE BARRIER RAIL LAYOUT SHEET‘) 4" MI N.dgn h44-08-07 11x17_pdf. B AND C IN THE BRIDGE PLAN SHEETS. 3"‰ PVC 5d9 PIPE 5d8 6g4 5h4 1 ’ -9 MI N. B ~ 5c5-10 ELEV. 1 ’ -1 ARE INCLUDED IN THE SUPERSTRUCTURE QUANTITIES. 4 8 5h2 | ABUTMENT BEARING NOTE: PLUG 3"‰ PVC PIPE WITH EXPANDING FOAM PRIOR TO BACKFILLING BEHIND ABUTMENTS. JOINT FILLER. 6d2 & 4t1 REVI SED 01 -1 2 . ONLY IF TEE PIERS ARE USED) PART END VIEW AT ABUTMENT PROVIDE ELEVATIONS A. 6 1"‰ HOLE (‘TYP. 2007 1 ’ -7 PART SECTION AT PIER 3"‰ PVC PIPE 4 2‘@‘7 ~ 6c4 5 SPA. " RADIUS 3 EQUAL SPACES 5d4 | ABUTMENT BEARING SEE SHEET H44-31-07 6’ -1 0 5d3 5e1 4-5e3 6 & 44’ -0 ROADWAY | PIER 6 5d4 6 4-5e1 1’-3 1’-6 1’-6 5e3 | BEAM DETAIL "C" BEARING 1’-8 1’-3 9 9 | PIER 1" MIN. A 3"‰ PVC PIPE ~ 6c3 3 ELEV. | TO | BEAM BEARINGS 5h3 (TRAFFIC FACE) 4 EXPANSION PIER 6c4 BARS | ABUTMENT BEARING TO | PIER | PIER | ABUTMENT BEARING TO | ABUTMENT BEARING (REQUIRED AT ONE PIER.5 SEE DETAIL "A" | BEARINGS 8g1 8g1 6g4 MIDWAY BETWEEN BEAM BEARINGS MIDWAY BETWEEN BEAM BEARINGS 1’-6 9 9 " PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER A 5h2 (BACK FACE) 2’-1 5h4 (TRAFFIC FACE) 5h1 (BACK FACE) SPS. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 2‘@‘7 3 @ 6 01 -1 2 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 5e1 & 5 EQ. 6c4. :5h 4t1 5s1 2 EQ.‘) SECTION A-A MIDWAY BETWEEN BEARINGS ABUTMENT FIXED PIER 1 ’ -6 ~ 6c4 ~ 6d2 CONSTRUCTION JOINT ROUGHENED CONCRETE 5c5-1 0 5h3 ~ 4t1 5h3 1 ’ -1 1 MI N. @ 5 3 ~ ~ ~ =2’-6: 6c4 6c3 & 6c4 3 3 7 EQUAL SPACES = 6’-6 5s1 7’-0 ABUTMENT WING LONGITUDINAL SECTION 0 SKEW C BEAMS H44-08-07 PART PLAN PART SECTION C-C 12/28/2011 1:15:42 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\Jan_2012_Release\H44-07. SECTION B-B NOTE: SEE SHEET H44-37-07 FOR EXPANSION PIER END OF BEAMS 2 4 6 | BEAM BEARINGS | BEAMS "‰ x 1’-3 1 ’ -7 COIL ROD ~ 5c10 5d8 2 x 8 BEVELED KEYWAY ~ ~ 5c5 6c4 7 1 ’ -7 5h3 PART PLAN TOP OF FIXED PIER DETAILS BEARING DETAILS 9 2 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER DETAIL "A" | PIER 5d9 ~ 5c5-10 3 ~ 6c4 5h1 5s1 ~ 6c3 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . C TOP OF SLAB 5k1 6 5j1 5b1 5b2 (AT ENDS) 6a1 @ 10" CTRS. 5c5-10. @ 6 6 SPA. 5h1 ~ 6d2 5h1 5s1 3 2 CL. 6 5d2 " ‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD 8g1 S3 x 7. C 6c4 1 x 8 x 0’-8 INDENTATION SPACED @ 2’-0 SEE DETAIL "C" ELEV.CL.pltcfg . REINFORCING BARS 6c3. 5 ABUTMENT COIL TIE COIL TIE ) ~ NOTE: 5e2 1 ’ -7 SECTION D-D LOCATION OF BEAM COIL TIES AND STEEL DIAPHRAGM BOLT HOLES NEOPRENE BEARING PAD (9 x 1 x 1’-6) 1’-6 B KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 SEE END SECTION DETAILS IN THESE PLANS FOR DETAILS OF BARRIER RAIL END SECTION.

2 72. OF STEEL H-PILES FOR TWO ABUTMENTS (HP 10 x 57) PREBORED HOLES (W/WOOD PILES) PREBORED HOLES (W/STEEL H-PILES) ----46.3 234.9 55. JT. END SPAN CONCRETE RAIL (BARRIER OR OPEN) STRUCTURAL STEEL (w/ PILE BENT PIERS & DRAINS) STRUCTURAL STEEL (w/ PILE BENT PIERS & NO DRAINS) STRUCTURAL STEEL (w/ TEE PIERS & DRAINS) STRUCTURAL STEEL (w/ TEE PIERS & NO DRAINS) EPOXY COATED REINF.9 290.3 322.7 38.2 71.3 38.763 85. TOP OF SLAB TO PIER TOP AT C.021 76.3 ----46.1 36. | ABUT. OF SPACES FOR 6a1 BARS (TOP) STRAIGHT GRADE 99.Y.4 ----46. "D" SPACES @ 10": 6a1 11 BOTTOM SLAB REINFORCING BARS "S" OUT TO OUT OF SLAB SLAB LAYOUT NOTE: CONCRETE DECK SLAB SHALL BE PLACED IN SECTIONS AND SEQUENCES INDICATED.Y. LB.2 72.4 38.2 333.8 274. C.5 8.051 76.7 38.728 86.0 5467 4619 6948 NO. THREE SPAN BRIDGE NEOPRENE BEARING PAD.2 229 228 191’-10 8’-8 4’-8 4’-7 4’-8 4’-7 799.5 62.| ABUT. (w/ STEEL H PILES & OPEN RAIL) NO.7 5467 4619 6948 6100 --------- 382.Y.4 ----46.5 184 183 154’-4 7’-1 4’-2 4’-1 4’-2 4’-1 583. b3 TOP REINFORCING b3 5j1 2’-0 5b2 6a1 MIN.Y.9 51. ABUT.2 229.2 36. DIAPHRAGM. STEEL (w/ WOOD PILES & BARRIER RAIL) EPOXY COATED REINF.0 153.204 81.4 73. LB.1 386. C. L.7 5429 4749 6683 6003 66. "X" CONSTR. PIER REACTION (D. PIER* "U" "U" "U" "U" KIPS KIPS "B" "D" "S" "X" 3’-8 3’-6 3’-8 3’-6 471.4 160. .4 7-B67 14-B59 411.7 5467 4619 6948 6100 --------93.8 36. CENTER SPAN PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM.7 38. 6 "B" SPACES @ 10": 6a1 6 TOP SLAB REINFORCING BARS "D" SPACES @ 10": 5j1 "X" | ABUT.4 138. ABUT.6 36.| PIER | PIER .4 38. PIER L. NO. + F. 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 1 ’ -7 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 WITH BARRIER RAIL WITH OPEN RAIL C.3 38. BRG.4 7-C80 14-C80 D.3 305.336 100. 232.662 67.0 362. (SUPERSTRUCTURE PLUS INTEGRAL ABUTMENTS) SLAB INCLUDING HAUNCH.8 264. 2007 SUPERSTRUCTURE DETAILS 0 SKEW H44-09-07 9/29/2011 2:43:23 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. PIER* TOP OF SLAB TO ABUT. SECTION 2 SLAB INCLUDING HAUNCH & PIER DIAPHRAGM. TOP OF SLAB TO PIER TOP AT C.9 274 273 229’-4 10’-2 4’-9 4’-7 4’-10 4’-8 936. C.0 70. TREATED FOR TWO ABUTMENTS NO.4 7.819 76.8 63.Y. AT C.9 259 258 216’-10 9’-8 4’-9 4’-7 4’-9 4’-8 891.889 86. BRG.3 TOP OF SLAB TO ABUT.8 36.4 67.469 105.0 8.4 ----46.8 302. CONSTR.3 63.7 59.Y.Y. ESTIMATED QUANTITIES (SUPERSTRUCTURE PLUS INTEGRAL ABUTMENTS) STRUCTURAL CONCRETE SUPERSTRUCTURE (INCLUDES ABUTMENT WINGS) |-| ABUT.033 103.0 244 243 204’-4 9’-2 4’-8 4’-7 4’-8 4’-7 845. AT C.7 5429 4749 6683 6003 70.1 249. BRG.4 67. L. 1 0-1 1 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.8 60.5 58.4 7-B59 14-B50 361.260 82. BRG. NO.L.4 197. C. C.6 54.1 75.6 74.4 206.3 365.8 7.560 109. C.7 36. |-| ABUT. BRG.207 82. NO. LOCATIONS ADD 3 INCHES TO "U" VALUES SHOWN.2 36.7 38. NO. BRG.4 7.0 189. LB. STEEL (w/ WOOD PILES & OPEN RAIL) EPOXY COATED REINF.7 5467 4619 6948 6100 --------- 361.4 137.492 345. OF SPACES FOR 6a1 BARS (BOTTOM) AND 5j1 BARS (TOP) 6100 --------OUT TO OUT OF SLAB SLAB TRANSVERSE CONSTR.9 7.7 ----46.786 ----20 ----200 ----22 ----220 CONCRETE PLACEMENT QUANT. OF WOOD PILES.Y.W. CONSTR.7 274.4 349.4 73. ALTERNATE PROCEDURES FOR PLACING SLAB CONCRETE MAY BE SUBMITTED FOR APPROVAL TOGETHER WITH A STATEMENT OF THE PROPOSED METHOD AND EVIDENCE THAT THE CONTRACTOR POSSESSES THE NECESSARY EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES TO ACCOMPLISH THE REQUIRED RESULTS.7 5517 4749 6771 6003 85.8 70.6 171. C.44’ ROADWAY. (w/ STEEL H PILES & BARRIER RAIL) EPOXY COATED REINF.4 227.4 7-C75 14-C67 481.0 199.Y. JT.789 34 14 340 140 286.1 75. BRG.0 49.7 169 168 141’-10 6’-7 3’-7 3’-6 3’-7 3’-6 509.8 130. & WINGWALLS** .F.1 47.L.691 30 14 300 140 271.6 36. JT. LB.505 71.8 162.1 8. C.9 66.Y.7 5517 4749 6771 6003 76.4 169.8 36.5 7.L.4 ** WINGWALLS APPLY ONLY TO BRIDGES USING "C" BEAMS.9 199 198 166’-10 7’-7 4’-2 4’-1 4’-2 4’-1 623.7 5517 4749 6771 6003 81. LAP 5b2 5j1 47’ -2 OUT TO OUT SLAB 201’-4 6a1 44’ -0 ROADWAY 188’-10 5b1 6a1 1 4 2 5 3 6a1 | ROADWAY PERMISSIBLE TRANSVERSE CONSTRUCTION JOINT BOTTOM REINFORCING 1 ’ -7 | PIER | PIER 11 REVI SED 1 0-1 1 .465 ----22 ----220 ----22 ----220 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 95.6 74. BRG.pltcfg .1 ----46. BRG.4 ----46.L.602 36 16 360 160 330.S.6 36.1 51.1 8. 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 GENERAL DATA VERTICAL CURVE |-| ABUT.6 294 293 246’-0 10’-2 STRUCTURAL CONCRETE ABUTMENTS (w/ WOOD PILES) STRUCTURAL CONCRETE ABUTMENTS (w/ STEEL H PILES) PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM.4 7-C80 14-C71 506.L.2 69.8 311.510 111. JOINT "X" "X" | ABUT. SECTIONS 1 & 3 SLAB INCLUDING HAUNCH.0 49. L. AT EXPANSION PIER 128.THE ESTI MATED QUANTI TI ES FOR THE STRUCTURAL STEEL WI TH DRAI NS WAS CHANGED.4 7-A55 14-A46 336.Y.2 341. LB.Y.1 214 213 179’-4 8’-1 4’-2 4’-1 4’-3 4’-2 663.F. SECTIONS 4 & 5 ABUTMENT WINGS ABUTMENT FOOTINGS (w/ WOOD PILES) ABUTMENT FOOTINGS (w/ STEEL H PILES) WITH BARRIER RAIL WITH OPEN RAIL WITH BARRIER RAIL WITH OPEN RAIL WITH BARRIER RAIL WITH OPEN RAIL C. C.3 62. PIER REACTION (HL93) NO IMPACT NO.8 51.151 34 16 340 160 302.3 283.Y.4 208. LB.4 152.dgn h44-09-07 11x17_pdf.3 48.4 188.476 67.4 38.| .2 57. ABUT.070 71. C.4 7-C71 14-C63 456.5 293.4 7-B63 14-B55 386. * 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 VALUES SHOWN ARE FOR FIXED PIERS ONLY AND ALLOW FOR INCH DEFLECTION OF THE 1 INCH LATEST REVI SI ON DATE Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .F.884 71. DISTANCE FROM C. LB.7 57.4 7-A50 14-A42 311.L.| ABUTMENT BRGS.6 59.| PIER | PIER .4 68.L.4 51. LB.327 30 14 300 140 247.L.141 66. C.4 38.) 540.

986 386 278 488 78 78 5p1 5p2 6p3 ABUTMENT HOOPS (WOOD/STEEL) ABUTMENT HOOPS ABUT.058 3.957 NO.376 98 15’-10 3. 158 74 6’-8 15’-3 2.112 391 154 74 40 7’-9 15’-9 6’-6 3.267 6. |-| ABUT.847 NO.261 58.405 98 18’-0 3. TRAFFIC FACE ABUT.880 A BEAM B BEAM C BEAM 8.030 90. #2 PILE SPIRAL (WOOD/STEEL)* SPIRAL SPACERS. ENDS ABUT.508 NO.483 36 25’-10 2.058 3. LONGIT.407 318 212 40’-0 39’-9 13.036 318 212 98 40’-0 27’-3 14’-10 13.463 1. TOP & BOTT.328 75.823 10. 64 5’-10 389 64 5’-10 389 64 6’-2 412 64 6’-2 412 64 6’-2 412 64 6’-11 462 64 6’-11 462 64 6’-11 462 64 6’-11 462 4t1 UNDER BEAMS AT ABUTMENTS 14 4’-6 42 14 4’-6 42 14 4’-6 42 14 4’-6 42 14 4’-6 42 14 4’-9 44 14 4’-9 44 14 4’-9 44 14 4’-9 44 REVI SED 07-1 0 . BRG.491 431 363 36 16 16 25’-11 10’-1 8’-6 2. B. B BM. A BEAM LENGTH WEIGHT 25. WING EXT. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 1 0 D=3 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 5d5 D=2 1’-8 5e1 5e4 D=2 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. VERT.157 BARRIER RAIL OPEN RAIL 3’ -3 A.)* *EPOXY COATING NOT REQUIRED SUB TOTAL W/ WOOD PILES** SUB TOTAL W/ STEEL H-PILES** **RAIL REINFORCING NOT INCLUDED 30/14 90/42 38’-6 1’-10 193/90 116/54 30/14 90/42 38’-6 1’-10 193/90 116/54 34/14 102/42 38’-6 1’-10 219/90 131/54 34/16 102/48 38’-6 1’-10 219/103 131/62 36/16 108/48 38’-6 1’-10 231/103 139/62 20 60 38’-6 1’-10 129 77 22 66 38’-6 1’-10 141 85 22 66 38’-6 1’-10 141 85 22 66 38’-6 1’-10 141 85 58.845 2. TOP @ PIERS SLAB LONGITUDINAL.267 8.889 212 212 98 40’-0 40’-0 13’-10 8.112 6.833 386 278 338 78 78 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2.756 12. L 7/8 x 7/8 x 1/8 x 0.233 98 20’-0 5. DIAPH.577 267 360 5s1 WING VERT.177 NO. 2’-5 10 2’-0 6’-8 3’-10 3 ’ 1 0 8. 2007 2’ -6 8f3.047 87. LONGIT. 399 B BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 28.432 369 46’-10 429 46’-10 5b1 5b2 6b3 7b3 8b3 SLAB LONGITUDINAL. ABUT. EXTENSION LONGIT.689 8. 8f4 D=6 2 ’ 1 0 5h3 2’-7 2’-8 5p1 1 ’ -0 1 ’ -0 5p2 1 ’ -0 3’-9 6 D=2 5d8 5 D=3 2 ’ 1 0 5h4 D=3 5k2 5 ’ 1 3’-11 1’-6 5 5e2 5e3 1’-6 1’-8 8f3 8f4 7’-7 6’-0 5e1 & 5e4 2’-9 2’-1 5p1 & 5p2 D=2 D=2 1’-0 1’-0 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.577 267 360 144 24 36 10’-6 10’-8 6’-8 1. |-| BEAM BRG. D= PIN DIAMETER DECK & ABUTMENT REINF.734 530 212 40’-0 28’-10 22. WING EXT.377 386 278 36 12 36 12 548 78 78 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 4’-11 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 250 62 253 62 3. DIAPH. ENDS SLAB LONGITUDINAL.233 5d1 5d2 5d3 5d4 5d5 5d6 5d7 PIER DIAPH.352 424 212 40’-0 39’-6 17.013 154 74 40 7’-9 15’-9 6’-6 3.708 267 320 144 24 36 10’-6 10’-8 6’-8 1.312 15. AT PILES 120/152 10’-6 1314/1665 120/152 10’-6 1314/1665 136/152 10’-6 1489/1665 136/148 10’-6 1489/1621 144/148 10’-6 1577/1621 156 24 32 10’-6 10’-8 6’-8 1. BOTT. TIES ENDS PIER DIAPH.308 3 ’ 0 2’ -7 2’ -7 3’ -6 2’ -1 0 4’ -0 1’-8 8g3 7 D=3 2’ -2 D=2 1 D=8 6 D=2 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 1 1 1 1 6 6 2’ -7 1 1 1 ’ 4 5d1 12’-0 6p3 4t1 0 ’ 3 4 ’ 1 D=4 1’-6 8 3’-8 1’-6 D=2 11 1’-9 2’-0 3’-8 11 A.F.172 98 17’-0 3.788 9.288 NO.689 7. WING HORIZ. PIER DIAPH.445 13.187 3. TOP @ PIERS SLAB LONGITUDINAL.096 62. 36 25’-10 2.dgn h44-10-07 11x17_pdf.576 14. TOP & BOTT. VERT. WING EXT.483 36 25’-10 2.067 NO.381 71. B.183 318 212 40’-0 33’-6 13. TO WING ANCHOR ABUT. DIAPH.347 10. 339 A BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 23.972 98 20’-0 5. FOOTING LONGIT.398 NO. LONGIT. B BEAM LENGTH WEIGHT 30.526 13.187 3. DIAPH.491 431 363 36 16 16 25’-11 10’-1 8’-6 2.187 3. LONGIT.478 11. ABUT.181 386 278 36 12 36 12 518 78 78 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 4’-11 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 250 62 253 62 3. 519 C BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 36. B BEAMS 07-1 0 C BEAM A.689 5. LONGIT.203 386 278 368 78 78 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2.619 NO. 0 SKEW 5e2 & 5e3 2’-9 7’-11 5k1 H44-10-07 BENT BAR DETAILS 9/29/2011 2:43:24 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 459 B BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 32.572 386 278 36 12 36 12 588 78 78 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 4’-11 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 250 62 253 62 3.058 3.447 62.845 8.399 386 278 398 78 78 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2. ABUT.215 8. HOOPS PIER DIAPH.013 158 74 7’-3 15’-3 3.812 3.112 396 5h1 5h2 5h3 5h4 5j1 5k1 5k2 ABUT.674 71. ABUT.845 7.789 424 212 40’-0 27’-0 17. TOP & BOTT. EXTENSION LONGIT.970 424 212 40’-0 33’-3 17. (AT RAIL) PAVING NOTCH PAVING NOTCH 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 36 12 36 12 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 4’-11 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 250 62 253 62 3. B.013 158 74 7’-3 15’-3 3. ABUT.704 66. VERT. DIAPH.025 2.879 10. HOOPS ENDS 12 108 36 4 12 16 8 3’-6 6’-2 5’-3 22’-10 5’-0 24’-6 24’-2 44 695 197 95 63 409 202 12 108 36 4 12 16 8 3’-6 6’-2 5’-3 22’-10 5’-0 24’-6 24’-2 44 695 197 95 63 409 202 12 108 36 4 12 16 8 3’-6 6’-2 5’-3 22’-10 5’-0 24’-6 24’-2 44 695 197 95 63 409 202 12 108 36 4 12 16 8 3’-6 6’-2 5’-3 22’-10 5’-0 24’-6 24’-2 44 695 197 95 63 409 202 12 108 36 4 12 16 8 3’-6 6’-2 5’-3 22’-10 5’-0 24’-6 24’-2 44 695 197 95 63 409 202 12 108 36 4 12 16 8 24 24 3’-6 5’-11 5’-0 22’-10 5’-0 24’-6 24’-2 10’-9 10’-8 10’-8 2’-7 2’-9 10’-6 44 666 188 95 63 409 202 269 267 534 11 138 44 12 108 36 4 12 16 8 24 24 48 4 48 4 3’-6 5’-11 5’-0 22’-10 5’-0 24’-6 24’-2 10’-9 10’-8 10’-8 2’-7 2’-9 10’-6 44 666 188 95 63 409 202 269 267 534 11 138 44 12 108 36 4 12 16 8 24 24 48 4 48 4 3’-6 5’-11 5’-0 22’-10 5’-0 24’-6 24’-2 10’-9 10’-8 10’-8 2’-7 2’-9 10’-6 44 666 188 95 63 409 202 269 267 534 11 138 44 12 108 36 4 12 16 8 24 24 48 4 48 4 3’-6 5’-11 5’-0 22’-10 5’-0 24’-6 24’-2 10’-9 10’-8 10’-8 2’-7 2’-9 10’-6 44 666 188 95 63 409 202 269 267 534 11 138 44 EPOXY COATED REI NFORCI NG 5d8 5d9 5e1 5e2 5e3 5e4 48 4 48 4 8’-5 2’-7 2’-9 8’-3 421 11 138 34 48 4 48 4 8’-5 2’-7 2’-9 8’-3 421 11 138 34 48 4 48 4 9’-8 2’-7 2’-9 9’-6 484 11 138 40 48 4 48 4 9’-8 2’-7 2’-9 9’-6 484 11 138 40 48 4 48 4 9’-8 2’-7 2’-9 9’-6 484 11 138 40 48 4 48 4 8f1 8f3 8f4 ABUT. PAVING NOTCH LONGIT. WING HORIZ. TOP @ PIERS 212 212 98 40’-0 33’-9 12’-10 8.003 13. 589 C BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 41.pltcfg .483 36 25’-10 2. ABUT.70 (WOOD/STL.289 12.F.REINFORCING BAR LIST ONE SUPERSTRUCTURE AND TWO ABUTMENTS BAR 6a1 LOCATION SLAB TRANSV.115 9.267 7.44’ ROADWAY. 42’-6 138’-10 50’-10 42’-6 46’-8 151’-4 55’-0 46’-8 50’-10 163’-10 59’-2 50’-10 55’-0 176’-4 63’-4 55’-0 59’-2 188’-10 67’-6 59’-2 63’-4 201’-4 71’-8 63’-4 67’-6 213’-10 75’-10 67’-6 71’-8 226’-4 80’-0 71’-8 80’-0 243’-0 80’-0 80’-0 BEAM SERIES SHAPE NO. DIAPH. SLAB LONGITUDINAL. DIAPH.112 396 154 74 40 7’-10 15’-9 6’-7 3.577 267 360 144 24 36 10’-6 10’-8 6’-8 1.013 158 74 7’-3 15’-3 3. LONGIT. PIER & ABUT.483 36 25’-10 2.THE OPEN RAI L QUANTI TI ES WERE CHANGED.250 82.984 96.013 158 74 6’-8 15’-3 2.606 98 19’-0 4.352 11. 3’ -9 C BM. TO WING ANCHOR TOP OF SLAB TRANSV.411 75. 489 C BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 34. B BEAMS C BEAM Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . ABUT.491 431 363 8g1 8g3 6g4 ABUT. TIES PIER DIAPH.491 431 363 36 16 16 25’-11 10’-1 8’-6 2.112 391 154 74 40 7’-9 15’-9 6’-7 3. 549 C BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 38. DIAPH. PIER DIAPH.F. ENDS PIER & ABUT.221 3.409 6 9. ABUT.594 386 278 428 78 78 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2.812 3..790 386 278 458 78 78 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2.282 66.483 36 16 16 25’-11 10’-1 8’-6 2.

EXCEPT AS SHOWN. STEEL.) PI LES WOOD WI TH "C" (FT. AND SHALL BE AT LEAST IN. . BEND 5h2 IF NECESSARY TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE END OF THE BRIDGE DECK OR BACKWALL FROM CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT. 8g1 KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 1’-3 1’-3 TYP. RUBBERIZED ON BOTH SIDES. YD. NO.5k1 & 5k2 BACK FACE ABUTMENT PILE SPACING "A" PILE SPACES "B" (FT. 1 ’ -6 2 3’ -0 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS. 1 2 PILE BEARING (TONS) STRENGTH I DESIGN LOAD (KIPS) "A" PILE SPACES "B" (FT. (BOTH SIDES TYPICAL) 1 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD.) "D" EQUAL SPACES |-| 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 ABUT. BRG. THE UPPER 3’. @ 1 ’ 2 1 ’ 3 8g1 S3 x 7. OF PILES PER ABUT. FT. . LAP 8g1 FIELD 5k1 & 5k2 5d7 (MIN.5 3’ -3 8f1 WOOD PILING 2’ -0 (1) HAIR AND JUTE RUG PADDING. 3’-0 2 1’-7 3 2 @ 0’-8 3’-0 8g1 S 4 A 5 6 B ’ M E S 6 E A P M A C I S N P G B A C E E S @ T W E E 7 N B ’ 0 E A M S B 1 ’ 1 1 2 CL. 1 ’ 0 4 S P A . ABUT.EMBED.5 KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2 x 8 5p1 4t1 S3 x 7. OF PILES PER ABUT. PER SQ. BUT WILL REQUIRE ADDITIONAL WRAPS FOR A TOTAL OF AT LEAST ONE INCH). " ‰x1’-3 COIL ROD PART SECTION B-B (FOR WOOD PILING) 1’-6 1’-7 THE SPIRAL AT THE TOP OF EACH PILE TO BE 7 TURNS OF NO.WI NG SHAPE CHANGED. 14 3’-1 2’-10 1 15 20 56 6 7’-4 2’-5 5 7 45 130 15 2’-11 2’-6 1 16 19 55 6 7’-4 2’-5 5 7 47 136 16 2’-9 2’-5 1 17 19 55 6 7’-4 2’-5 5 7 50 145 16 2’-9 2’-5 1 17 20 57 7 6’-3 2’-6 4 8 45 132 17 2’-7 2’-5 1 18 20 56 7 6’-3 2’-6 4 8 47 136 B 5d6 (MIN.pltcfg . 5p2 1’-0 1 ’ 0 BARRIER RAIL NOT SHOWN IN DETAILS.8g1 FRONT FACE 2 @ 0’-8 TOP OF PI LE CL. .& | PILES Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . (MATERIAL LESS THAN IN. . DESI GN LOADS CHANGED TO LRFD. IS TO BE WRAPPED WITH A DOUBLE THICKNESS OF RUG PADDING HELD IN PLACE BY TACKING WITH GALVANIZED ROOFING NAILS AND WRAPPED WITH #14 GAUGE GALVANIZED WIRE AT A 4" PITCH. 21" DIAMETER. 2007 | ABUTMENT 1 5 BACK FACE OF ABUTMENT 5p2 1’-0 22’-0 1’-7 | ROADWAY ABUTMENT DETAILS 15 SKEW A & B BEAMS H44-11-07 ABUTMENT PILE PLAN 9/29/2011 2:43:26 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 3’ -1 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 1’-6 1’-6 3 PART REAR ELEVATION AT ABUTMENT NOTE: TOP OF ABUTMENT SHOWN FOR SOLID BARRIER RAIL CL. PLACE 8g3 BARS PARALLEL TO LONGIT.5 8g1 5h2 3"‰ PVC PIPE. 3 NOTE: AT | 2’-2) ABUTMENT NOTES: MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR IS TO BE 2" UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN.F.) "D" EQUAL SPACES NO.L x x SPACERS PUNCHED TO HOLD SPIRAL. AN APPROPRIATE METHOD OF PROTECTION PART SECTION A . 2’ -0 STEEL H-PILE 3’ -0 (2) BONDED URETHANE OR BONDED POLYFOAM WITH A MINIMUM DENSITY OF 5 LBS. | ABUT.PI LI NG NO. 2 BAR.IN.dgn h44-11-07 11x17_pdf. PILE BEARING (TONS) STRENGTH I DESIGN LOAD (KIPS) SHIFT 8g1 BARS IN F.8g3 BACK FACE 39. 8g 1 MI N.) H-PI LES 1 2 STEEL WI TH "C" (FT. 1’-7 23’-7 8f1 " A "P I L E S P A C E S ABUTMENT PILES ARE TO BE DRIVEN TO THE DESIGN BEARING VALUE AS GIVEN IN THE ABUTMENT PILE 3’ -1 SPACING TABLE.47’-2 CONSTANT 1’-7 LEVEL 44’-0 ROADWAY 1’-7 LEVEL TOP OF SLAB 1 ’ -1 1" CHAMFER DEPTH 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5k1 8g3 8g1 TOP OF SLAB -1 ’ 1 WOOD PILING NOTE: AFTER PILES ARE CUT OFF.44’ ROADWAY.8g1 BACK FACE 36. AS NECESSARY TO MISS BEAMS. EACH WING.IN. LAP AT | = 2’-2) 23’-7 8g3 T Y P . 37. PER CU. RUG PADDING MAY BE EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING: 3 A A 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -1 PVC PIPE 8g1 (FRONT FACE & BACK FACE) 5h2 5d7 5d2 1 ’ -3 5d6 5k2 COIL ROD 5d3 1’-3 5h2 4t1 COIL ROD S3 x 7.IN. 3" PITCH WITH 3 . BRG. L A P APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 5p1 " D "E Q U A L S P A C E S 1 ’ -6 " C " REVI SED 1 1 -09 .A GUTTER LINE " C " APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER SHALL BE PROVIDED BY THE BRIDGE CONTRACTOR AT NO EXTRA COST TO THE COUNTY OR STATE. THICK. CARE IS TO BE TAKEN NOT TO DAMAGE PADDING WHEN PLACING CONCRETE. 5d5 3’ -1 GUTTER LINE 5d2 & 5d3 1 ’ 1 SPACING FOR: 3 43. IN THICKNESS MAY BE RUG 1’-6 1’-6 PADDING USED. BRG. 5d5 4t1 PART SECTION B-B 6’-10 3’-1 NOTE: (FOR STEEL H-PILING) =4 2 ’ 5 TOP OF PI LE | ABUT. & 1 ’ 0 1 ’ 0 5 p 1D O U B H O L E O P S P A C I N G 4 ’ 9 8 f 1M I N . AND WEIGHING NOT LESS THAN 47 OZ. @ " B " PLACE 5h2 BAR AT 1:6 SLOPE TO MATCH TRAFFIC SIDE OF ABUTMENT WING FACE.IN.

LAP AT | = 2’-2) 8f3 1 ’ -6 1 ’ -0 1 ’ -0 1’-6 1’-6 6 8f5 PART SECTION A . AS NECESSARY TO MISS BEAMS. 5 p 1D O U B H L O E O P S 1 ’ P 0 A C 1 ’ I N 0" G D "E Q U A L 6’ -6 5p1 S P A C E S1 ’ 0 " C " 1 ’ 0 REVI SED 01 -1 2 . CONSTR.5 1 ’ -6 1 ’ 2 4 S P A . 21" DIAMETER. 3’-0 2 CL.ADDED FI ELD BEND 5h4 BAR TO AVOI D PI LE I N ABUTMENT WI NG NOTE. PLACE 8g3 BARS PARALLEL TO LONGIT. AT | 2’-2) GUTTER LINE 5d9 BEND 8g1 8g3 T Y P .EMBED. L A P 6 BACK FACE OF ABUTMENT 1’-8 1’-4 22’-0 | ROADWAY 1 5 5p4 (MIN.) H-PI LES STEEL WI TH "C" (FT. 6g4 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.B 23’-8 23’-8 " C " 4t1 6’-10 3’-1 1" 1’-8 | ABUT. & | PILES 8 TYP.F.5 5h4 5h2 1 ’ -9 4t1 8f1 S3x7. AN APPROPRIATE METHOD OF PROTECTION APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER SHALL BE PROVIDED BY THE BRIDGE CONTRACTOR AT NO EXTRA COST TO THE COUNTY OR STATE. . JOINTS 8f4 5p2 5p1 2 CL.44’ ROADWAY. 5h2 (BACK FACE) 5h4 (TRAFFIC FACE) 3" CL. BRG. 6p3 OF PI LE BARRIER RAIL NOT SHOWN IN DETAILS. 8f3 5d5 3’ -1 B 5d6 8g1 FIELD 5k1 & 5k2 5d7 5d8 3’-0 NOTE: SHIFT 8g1 BARS IN F. LAP | ABUTMENT 4 ’ 9 8 f 1M I N . T W @ E E 7 N B ’ 0 E A M S B 1 ’ 1 1 FIELD BEND 5h4 BAR AS NECESSARY TO AVOID PILE IN ABUTMENT WING. PART REAR ELEVATION AT ABUTMENT NOTE: 1’-7 3 2 @ 0’-8 8g1 5d5 " ‰x1’-3 COIL ROD S 4 A 5 6 B ’ M E S 6 E A P M A C I S N P G B A C E E S | ABUT. " A "P I L E S P A C E S =4 2 ’ 5 1’-6 1’-7 8g1 5 S3 x 7.pltcfg 1 ’ -6 5’ -0 3 . 2’ -0 TOP KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 8f3 & 8f5 2 CL. 1 ’ -6 (MIN.dgn h44-12-07 11x17_pdf.5 3’ -3 ABUTMENT PILES ARE TO BE DRIVEN TO THE DESIGN BEARING VALUE AS GIVEN IN THE ABUTMENT PILE SPACING TABLE. PILE BEARING (TONS) |-| 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 GUTTER LINE | PILE ABUT. OF PILES PER ABUT.EMBEDMENT 3"‰ PVC 6g 4 BARS 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -3 IF NECESSARY TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE END OF THE BRIDGE DECK OR BACKWALL FROM CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT. BRG. @ 1 ’ 1 1 ’ 5 6p3 5p4 SPACING FOR: 1 ’ 1 @ 4 SPA. 7 6’-4 2’-4 4 10 50 145 8 5’-6 2’-6 3 11 46 133 8 5’-6 2’-6 3 11 47 138 8 5’-6 2’-6 3 1’-4 1’-7 1" 5d9 5d8 1 ’ -6 5d8 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .IN. TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR IS TO BE 2" UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN.A PIPE 5p2 8f5 5d9 2 ABUTMENT PILE PLAN 5p2 * * 5c3 5c14 ABUTMENT PILE SPACING "A" PILE SPACES "B" (FT. 2007 1 2 STRENGTH I DESIGN LOAD (KIPS) PART SECTION C-C * NOTE: SEE BARRIER RAIL SHEET FOR DETAILS. BRG. 5d7 5d2 3"‰ PVC PIPE 8g1 (FRONT FACE & BACK FACE) PIPE 6g4 5d8 5d9 MI N. 5p2 2 CL. C 5k2 1’-3 6g4 5d6 COIL ROD 5d3 4t1 COIL ROD S3 x 7.) "D" EQUAL SPACES NO.@ 1 ’ -0 = 4’ -0 8f1 3’ -0 " B " 5-6g 4 EACH FACE 41-8g1 BACK FACE 36-8g1 FRONT FACE 3 1 ’ -6 5d2 & 5d3 2 @ 0’-8 37-8g3 BACK FACE 5’ -0 39-5k1 & 5k2 BACK FACE 6’ -6 4’ -1 1 3"‰ PVC 6g4 PIPE KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 8g1 1’-3 1’-3 TYP. 01 -1 2 ABUTMENT DETAILS 15 SKEW C BEAMS 2 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS. STEEL. TOP OF ABUTMENT SHOWN FOR SOLID BARRIER RAIL PART SECTION B . 2 BAR. 12/28/2011 1:15:44 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\Jan_2012_Release\H44-07.47’-2 CONSTANT 1’-7 LEVEL 44’-0 ROADWAY 1’-7 LEVEL 1 ’ -1 TOP OF SLAB 5d8 (TRAFFIC FACE) 5d9 (BACK FACE) C 3"‰ PVC PIPE DEPTH TOP OF SLAB 8g1 5k1 8g3 -1 ’ 1 1" CHAMFER A A 1 ’ -1 ABUTMENT NOTES: MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE 8g 1 MI N.L x x SPACERS PUNCHED TO HOLD SPIRAL. REINFORCING BARS 5c3 AND 5c14 ARE INCLUDED IN SUPERSTRUCTURE 1 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 2 11 50 146 CL. NOTE: THE SPIRAL AT THE TOP OF EACH PILE TO BE 7 TURNS OF NO. H44-12-07 QUANTITIES. 6g4 3"‰ PVC GUTTER LINE 8f4 2’ -1 0 TYP. .IN. 3" PITCH WITH 3 .

SPS.5 | BEARINGS 8g1 SEE DETAIL "A" 5e3 5d4 5d3 4t1 D 2 EQ. @ 6 6 SPA. ONLY IF TEE PIERS ARE USED) PART END VIEW AT ABUTMENT PROVIDE ELEVATIONS A AND B IN THE BRIDGE PLAN SHEETS.44’ ROADWAY. TYP.pltcfg 3 11 11 FI XED PI ER 6 6 1 ’ -1 1 9 9 . " RADIUS ABUTMENT FIXED PIER PART LONGITUDINAL SECTION NEAR GUTTER (‘FOR DETAILS OF INTERMEDIATE DIAPHRAGM SEE SHEET H44-31-07‘) 3"‰ PVC PIPE MIDWAY BETWEEN 1 ’ -7 BEARINGS 5e4 11 5e2 1 ’ -7 10 2’-2 3 5 ABUTMENT "‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD 9 (BENT 6 NEOPRENE BEARING PAD (9 x 1 x 1’-3) 3 ’ 1 4 COIL TIE COIL TIES 5 PIER 1’-3 LOCATION OF BEAM COIL TIES ) DETAIL "C" AND STEEL DIAPHRAGM BOLT HOLES KEYWAY FORMED B BY BEVELED 2 x 8. 2007 3 7 EQUAL SPACES = 6’-6 5s1 3"‰ PVC PIPE 7’-0 ABUTMENT WING LONGITUDINAL SECTION 15 SKEW A & B BEAMS PART PLAN H44-13-07 PART SECTION C-C 9/29/2011 2:43:29 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 5h2 SEE END SECTION DETAILS IN THESE PLANS FOR DETAILS OF BARRIER RAIL END SECTION. B 1 x 8 x 0’-8 INDENTATION SPACED @ 2’-0 ~ CONSTRUCTION JOINT 6c4 ROUGHENED CONCRETE SEE DETAIL "C" ELEV. 3 E QU AL SPA CES & 4-5 e3 SEE SHEET H44-31-07 5d3 5e1 END OF BEAMS 2 4 | BEAM BEARINGS 44’ -0 ROADWAY 3 ’ 1 B " PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER. BRG. 5k2 5d3 8g3 5d6 4t1 " ‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD S3 x 7. | PIER | PIER 6 5d4 6 5d4 1 ’ -4 PRESTRESSED STRANDS 1" MIN.‘) A EXPANS. | BEAM 6 BEARING 1 ’ 3 8 ’ 1 1 ’ 6 11 11 4-5 e1 1 ’ 6 5e3 | BEAM DETAIL "A" 4’-0 2’-0 1’-0 1" THICK STRIPS OF PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER AROUND BEARINGS. 5h1 ~ 6d2 5h1 3 EQ. SIDES AND ENDS OF KEYWAYS. 6d2 & 4t1 ARE INCLUDED IN THE SUPERSTRUCTURE QUANTITIES. 4 8 5s1 5h2 SECTION D-D ~ NOTE: SPS.PI ER 5 | TO | BEAM BEARINGS EXPANSION PIER (REQUIRED AT ONE PIER. 5c5-10. ~ 4t1 5h3 5c5-1 0 | WEB 2’ -3 MI N. B TOP OF SLAB 5j1 6 5b1 5b2 (AT ENDS) 6a1 @ 10" CTRS. A BEAM PRESTRESSING STEEL STRANDS 5d5 ~ 6c3 3 ~ 5c5-10 ELEV. @ 5 3 1 1 -09 PART SECTION AT PIER ~ ~ ~ =2’-6: 6c4 6c3 & 6c4 3 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 2‘@‘7 3 @ 6 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 3"‰ PVC ) ) PIPE 6 5d7 5k1 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5h2 6’ -6 (’ B’BEAM 6’ -2 (’ A’BEAM 5d2 5b1 5e1 5d2 C C 5s1 2 CL. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 1 ’ -7 4 2‘@‘7 ~ 6c4 5 SPA.ABUT. ~ 5c10 5d8 1 ’ -7 | BEAMS 1’-10 2 ’ 6 2 x 8 BEVELED KEYWAY ~ ~ 5c5 6c4 7 1 ’ -7 5h3 TOP OF FIXED PIER DETAILS (SEE SHEET H44-37-07 FOR EXPANSION PIER BEARING DETAILS) "‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD 9 2 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER | PIER 5d9 ~ 5c5-10 3 ~ 6c4 5h1 5s1 ~ 6c3 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . FACE OF STEPS. 6’ -1 0 | ABUT. SECTION B-B 1 ’ -4 PART PLAN REVI SED 1 1 -09 .NOTE: BRIDGE IS SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 7’-0 BARRIER RAIL END SECTION FACE TO FACE OF BARRIER RAIL END SECTIONS 5e4 BARS (‘SEE BARRIER RAIL LAYOUT SHEET‘) 4" MI N. A D PARALLEL TO THE THEORETICAL | GRADE 6c4 BARS 1 ~ 5c5-10 1 ’ -6 ~ 6c4 5b1 & b3 ELEV. | ABUTMENT BEARING TO | ABUTMENT BEARING | ABUTMENT BEARING TO | PIER | PIER BEAM BEARINGS MIDWAY BETWEEN BEAM BEARINGS 1’-6 9 9 " PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER 5h2 2’-1 PIPE 5h1 (BACK FACE) 5h3 (TRAFFIC FACE) 4 8g1 SECTION A-A MIDWAY BETWEEN BEARINGS 1"‰ HOLE (‘TYP. REINFORCING BARS 6c3. 6c4.dgn h44-13-07 11x17_pdf. 5e1 & ~ 6d2 5h3 MI N. 8g1 3"‰ PVC MIDWAY BETWEEN | ABUTMENT BEARING NOTE: PLUG 3"‰ PVC PIPE WITH EXPANDING FOAM PRIOR TO BACKFILLING BEHIND ABUTMENTS.WI NGS SHAPE CHANGED.CL.

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 15 SKEW C BEAMS PART PLAN H44-14-07 ARE INCLUDED IN THE SUPERSTRUCTURE QUANTITIES. 6’ -1 0 5d8 1 ’ -7 5e1 3 E QU AL SPA CES & 4-5 e3 2 x 8 BEVELED KEYWAY ~ ~ 5c5 6c4 7 5h3 | ABUT. B ~ 5c5-10 ELEV. | ABUTMENT BEARING TO | ABUTMENT BEARING | ABUTMENT BEARING TO | PIER | PIER EXPANSION PIER (REQUIRED AT ONE PIER. 6 6 SECTION A-A MIDWAY BETWEEN BEARINGS ABUTMENT END OF BEAMS 2 4 | BEAM BEARINGS FIXED PIER PART LONGITUDINAL SECTION NEAR GUTTER (‘FOR DETAILS OF INTERMEDIATE DIAPHRAGM SEE SHEET H44-31-07‘) 6’-6 WING EXTENSION 6 7’-0 BARRIER RAIL END SECTION COIL TIE DETAIL "A" MIDWAY BETWEEN 1 ’ -7 BEARINGS 5e4 11 5e2 1 ’ -7 10 1’-3 2’-2 "‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD 9 (BENT 6 DETAIL "C" 3 5 ABUTMENT ) 11 11 4 LOCATION OF BEAM COIL TIES AND STEEL DIAPHRAGM BOLT HOLES NEOPRENE BEARING PAD (9 x 1 x 1’-6) 6 ’ 1 REVI SED 01 -1 2 . 4 8 5h2 | PIER 6 5d4 6 NOTE: EXPANSION JOINT FILLER | ABUTMENT BEARING | TO | BEAM BEARINGS 5h3 (TRAFFIC FACE) 4 PLUG 3"‰ PVC PIPE WITH EXPANDING FOAM PRIOR PRESTRESSED STRANDS TO BACKFILLING BEHIND ABUTMENTS. @ 5 3 ~ ~ ~ =2’-6: 6c4 6c3 & 6c4 3 1’-10 | BEAMS 2 ’ 6 3 PART PLAN "‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD 6c4 BARS BEARING DETAILS 7 EQUAL SPACES = 6’-6 5s1 7’-0 ABUTMENT WING TOP OF FIXED PIER DETAILS ~ 5c5-10 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER PART SECTION C-C | PIER 1 CONSTRUCTION JOINT LATEST REVI SI ON DATE Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . SIDES AND ENDS OF KEYWAYS. SECTION B-B NOTE: SEE SHEET H44-37-07 FOR EXPANSION PIER 4 2‘@‘7 ~ 6c4 5 SPA. | WEB COIL TIE 5 PIER 3 JOINT FILLER. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 1 ’ -6 PART SECTION AT PIER 1 ’ -7 ~ 6c4 ~ 6d2 ROUGHENED CONCRETE 5c5-1 0 5h3 ~ 4t1 5h3 1 ’ -1 1 MI N. ONLY IF TEE PIERS ARE USED) PART END VIEW AT ABUTMENT PROVIDE ELEVATIONS A.dgn h44-14-07 11x17_pdf. :5h 4t1 5s1 2 EQ. B AND C IN THE BRIDGE PLAN SHEETS.SPACES:5d 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5d2 5d7 7’ -3 5k2 8g3 5d6 5d3 5e3 5d4 5d3 4t1 D 5b1 5e1 5d2 5d5 C C 2 CL. A 3"‰ PVC PIPE ~ 6c3 3 ELEV. 5e1 & 5 EQ. ~ NOTE: SEE END SECTION DETAILS IN THESE PLANS FOR 3"‰ PVC PIPE DETAILS OF BARRIER RAIL END SECTION. | PIER 4’-0 ~ 5c10 2’-0 1’-0 SEE SHEET H44-31-07 5d4 1 ’ -5 1" MIN. 6 " ‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD 8g1 S3 x 7. 1"‰ HOLE (‘TYP. 5d3 9 1 ’ -7 9 40’ -0 ROADWAY 2 1 ’ 3 9 4-5 e1 1 ’ 6 1 ’ 6 5e3 11 11 3 ’ 1 5d9 ~ 5c5-10 3 ~ 6c4 5h1 5s1 ~ | BEAM BEARING 6c3 8 ’ 1 B " PREFORMED EXPANSION | BEAM 2‘@‘7 3 @ 6 1 ’ -5 1" THICK STRIPS OF PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER AROUND BEARINGS.5 SEE DETAIL "A" | BEARINGS 8g1 8g1 6g4 MIDWAY BETWEEN BEAM BEARINGS MIDWAY BETWEEN BEAM BEARINGS 1’-6 9 9 " PREFORMED A 2’-1 5h2 (BACK FACE) 5h4 (TRAFFIC FACE) 5h1 (BACK FACE) SPS. REINFORCING BARS 6c3. EMBED.pltcfg . @ 6 6 SPA.‘) " RADIUS FIELD BEND 5h4 BAR AS NECESSARY TO AVOID PILE IN ABUTMENT WING. 2007 2’ -3 MI N.ADDED FI ELD BEND 5h4 BAR TO AVOI D PI LE I N ABUTMENT WI NG NOTE.CL. 5c5-10.44’ ROADWAY. 3"‰ PVC 5d9 PIPE 5d8 6g4 5h4 1 ’ -9 MI N. 6c4. 01 -1 2 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. C 6c4 1 x 8 x 0’-8 INDENTATION SPACED @ 2’-0 SEE DETAIL "C" ELEV. C TOP OF SLAB 5k1 6 5j1 5b1 5b2 (AT ENDS) 6a1 @ 10" CTRS. 3"‰ PVC PIPE KEYWAY FORMED B BY BEVELED 2 x 8. SECTION D-D 12/28/2011 1:15:45 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\Jan_2012_Release\H44-07. BRG.NOTE: BRIDGE IS SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 7’-0 BARRIER RAIL END SECTION FACE TO FACE OF BARRIER RAIL END SECTIONS 5e4 BARS SEE BARRIER RAIL DETAILS FOR BARS AND BAR SPACING A D (‘SEE BARRIER RAIL LAYOUT SHEET‘) 4" MI N. PARALLEL TO THE THEORETICAL | GRADE ~ 5b1 & b3 5d8 (TRAFFIC FACE) 5d9 (BACK FACE) BEAM PRESTRESSING STEEL STRANDS ELEV. TYP. 6d2 & 4t1 5h1 ~ 6d2 5h1 5s1 2 CL. FACE OF STEPS.

737 353. LB.001 85.4 264.6 155.6 37.1 58. BRG.1 62. C.0 7-B67 14-B59 411. PIER REACTION (D.7 362.3 48.1 75.7 7.709 ----22 ----220 ----22 ----220 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 95.715 67. ESTIMATED QUANTITIES (SUPERSTRUCTURE PLUS INTEGRAL ABUTMENTS) STRUCTURAL CONCRETE SUPERSTRUCTURE (INCLUDES ABUTMENT WINGS) |-| ABUT.1 51.1 293.L.4 357. C. BRG.966 86.0 162.3 40. 13 SPACES @ 10": 6a2 7 TOP SLAB REINFORCING BARS 13 SPACES @ 10": 6a2 7 5 "X" "X" CONSTRUCTION JOINT "X" "X" 5j1 b3 TOP REINFORCING b3 5j1 6a2 (2’-11) 2’-0 5b2 MIN.F. PIER REACTION (HL93) NO IMPACT NO. LB.2 210.3 38.713 105.059 71.500 82. NO.1 40.3 240. 2007 SUPERSTRUCTURE DETAILS 15 SKEW H44-15-07 ABUTMENT FOOTINGS (w/ STEEL H PILES) 9/29/2011 2:43:32 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.4 ----47.8 7-C80 14-C80 D.Y.0 230 229 242 4’-8 4’-7 4’-8 4’-7 858.278 369.8 7-C75 14-C67 481. C. |-| ABUT. (w/ STEEL H PILES & BARRIER RAIL) EPOXY COATED REINF.W. . ALTERNATE PROCEDURES FOR PLACING SLAB CONCRETE MAY BE SUBMITTED FOR APPROVAL TOGETHER WITH A STATEMENT OF THE PROPOSED METHOD AND EVIDENCE THAT THE CONTRACTOR POSSESSES THE NECESSARY EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES TO ACCOMPLISH THE REQUIRED RESULTS.444 81.9 5777 5009 7031 6263 81.Y.Y.Y. LB.F.6 65.| PIER | PIER .L. "S" OUT TO OUT OF SLAB 13 SPACES @ 10": 6a3 SLAB LAYOUT (‘LEFT AHEAD SKEW SHOWN.S.L.dgn h44-15-07 11x17_pdf.150 77. SECTION 2 SLAB INCLUDING HAUNCH & PIER DIAPHRAGM. JT. TOP OF SLAB TO PIER TOP AT C.9 281.Y.5 47.0 40.0 40.L.529 76. L. PIER* TOP OF SLAB TO ABUT.7 313.L.3 256.8 198. DISTANCE FROM C.3 8.Y. OF SPACES FOR 6a1 BARS (BOTTOM) 6375 --------NO.8 *** SEE SHEET H44-17-07 FOR ADDITIONAL CONCRETE REQUIRED IN ABUTMENT FOOTINGS. CONSTR.1 7.4 74.7 62.0 171.4 73.8 140.6 79.| ABUT.4 ----47. C. Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .2 78.9 56.Y. (w/ STEEL H PILES & OPEN RAIL) NO.| ABUTMENT BRGS.0 231.8 208.pltcfg .6 38.L.4 67.3 63. CONSTR. C.0 40.2 38. RIGHT AHEAD SKEW SIMILAR‘) NOTE: CONCRETE DECK SLAB SHALL BE PLACED IN SECTIONS AND SEQUENCES INDICATED.8 63.9 5777 5009 7013 6263 86. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 BEARING PAD.8 229.Y.6 74.2 78.9 55.5 311.6 54. NO.2 54.0 153.1 ----47.3 8.THE ESTI MATED QUANTI TI ES FOR THE STRUCTURAL STEEL WI TH DRAI NS WAS CHANGED.7 59.L. 130.9 40. LB.7 5742 4894 7223 6375 --------93.291 72. C. BRG. LB.390 34 16 340 160 309.900 67.| .9 341. JT.) 540.0 7-A50 14-A42 311. DIAPHRAGM.0 76.L.4 74.127 87. JT. END SPAN CONCRETE RAIL (BARRIER OR OPEN) STRUCTURAL STEEL (w/ PILE BENT PIERS & DRAINS) STRUCTURAL STEEL (w/ PILE BENT PIERS & NO DRAINS) STRUCTURAL STEEL (w/ TEE PIERS & DRAINS) STRUCTURAL STEEL (w/ TEE PIERS & NO DRAINS) EPOXY COATED REINF. ** WINGWALLS APPLY ONLY TO BRIDGES USING "C" BEAMS.380 66. BRG.4 66. C. BRG. NO. ABUT.804 109.2 173.Y.4 164.1 200 199 212 179’-5 8’-1 4’-2 4’-1 4’-3 4’-2 675. AT EXPANSION PIER LOCATIONS ADD LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 3 INCHES TO "U" VALUES SHOWN. | PIER 1’-0 10 "H" SPACES @ 10": 6a1 | PIER | ABUT.565 30 14 300 140 253.F.2 131. | ABUT.8 200.2 51. AT C.4 ----47.031 ----20 ----200 ----22 ----220 * VALUES SHOWN ARE FOR FIXED PIERS ONLY AND ALLOW FOR INCH DEFLECTION OF THE 1 INCH NEOPRENE CONCRETE PLACEMENT QUANT.2 7.8 7-C80 14-C71 506. STEEL (w/ WOOD PILES & BARRIER RAIL) EPOXY COATED REINF.3 ----47.9 260 259 272 4’-9 4’-7 4’-10 4’-8 948.2 38.8 7-C71 14-C63 456.9 5689 5009 6943 6263 361. L.581 101.8 38. OF WOOD PILES.Y.0 7-B63 14-B55 386.1 297.4 ----47.6 79.0 38. 238.6 280 279 292 246’-1 10’-2 STRUCTURAL CONCRETE ABUTMENTS (w/ WOOD PILES) ----47. C.9 185 184 197 4’-2 4’-1 4’-2 4’-1 635.2 215 214 227 191’-11 8’-8 4’-8 4’-7 4’-8 4’-7 812. PIER* "U" "U" "U" "U" KIPS KIPS "E" "H" "J" "S" "X" 3’-8 3’-6 3’-8 3’-6 481.9 5689 5009 6943 6263 66.2 37. 10 10 1’-0 BOTTOM SLAB REINFORCING BARS 13 SPACES @ 10": 6a3 REVI SED 1 0-1 1 . C.5 274.9 40.5 302. STEEL (w/ WOOD PILES & OPEN RAIL) EPOXY COATED REINF.7 155 154 167 141’-11 6’-7 3’-7 3’-6 3’-7 3’-6 519. & WINGWALLS** .3 373.2 8. C. SECTIONS 4 & 5 ABUTMENT WINGS ABUTMENT FOOTINGS (w/ WOOD PILES) *** *** WITH BARRIER RAIL WITH OPEN RAIL WITH BARRIER RAIL WITH OPEN RAIL WITH BARRIER RAIL WITH OPEN RAIL C.| PIER "J" SPACES @ 10": 5j1 10 "E" SPACES @ 10": 6a1 10 | PIER .1 394. BRG. LAP 5b2 6a1 6a2 (43’-4) 44’ -0 ROADWAY 6a2 (43’-4) 5b1 6a1 6a1 6a3 (44’-11) PERMISSIBLE TRANSVERSE CONSTRUCTION JOINT 6a3 (44’-11) | ROADWAY 1 4 BOTTOM 2 5 3 6a3 (4’-6) | ABUT.2 341.0 53.44’ ROADWAY. BRG. LB. LB. OF SPACES FOR 5j1 BARS (TOP) OUT TO OUT OF SLAB SLAB TRANSVERSE CONSTR.3 TOP OF SLAB TO ABUT. CENTER SPAN PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM.5 170 169 182 4’-2 4’-1 4’-2 4’-1 594.0 189.0 40.9 245 244 257 4’-9 4’-7 4’-9 4’-8 903.1 40.8 283.754 111. SECTIONS 1 & 3 SLAB INCLUDING HAUNCH.Y. C.072 77.0 7-A55 278.451 76. 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 GENERAL DATA VERTICAL CURVE |-| ABUT.028 32 14 320 140 34 14 340 140 154’-5 166’-11 7’-1 7’-7 204’-5 216’-11 229’-5 9’-2 9’-8 10’-2 103.7 66.446 82.0 5742 4894 7223 NO.0 138. OF STEEL H-PILES FOR TWO ABUTMENTS (HP 10 x 57) PREBORED HOLES (W/WOOD PILES) PREBORED HOLES (W/STEEL H-PILES) 14-A46 14-B50 336. ABUT.1 75. + F.4 7.3 40.2 76.6 38.3 68.0 7-B59 294. PIER L.7 ----47. NO.260 72.2 56. ABUT. (SUPERSTRUCTURE PLUS INTEGRAL ABUTMENTS) SLAB INCLUDING HAUNCH. TREATED FOR TWO ABUTMENTS NO. AT C.0 322.7 8. BRG. L.Y. OF SPACES FOR 6a1 BARS (TOP) STRAIGHT GRADE STRUCTURAL CONCRETE ABUTMENTS (w/ STEEL H PILES) PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM.0 7. TOP OF SLAB TO PIER TOP AT C. BRG. 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 1 ’ -7 REINFORCING 201’-4 47’ -2 OUT TO OUT SLAB 6a1 1 ’ -7 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 WITH BARRIER RAIL WITH OPEN RAIL *** *** C.2 71.9 5777 5009 7031 6263 71.7 5742 4894 7223 6375 --------99.7 5742 4894 7223 6375 --------- 390.8 191.9 38.8 70.Y. 1 0-1 1 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.840 36 16 360 160 338. LB.6 69.

233 98 20’-0 5.187 3.013 158 74 7’-3 15’-3 3. LONGIT. B. (AT RAIL) PAVING NOTCH PAVING NOTCH 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 36 12 36 12 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 4’-11 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 250 62 253 62 3.555 36 16 8 8 26’-8 10’-2 8’-2 8’-9 2. PIER DIAPH.877 973 1.555 36 26’-7 2.649 973 1.233 5d1 5d2 5d3 5d4 5d5 5d6 5d7 PIER DIAPH.F.662 2.478 11.405 98 18’-0 3. ABUT.555 36 26’-7 2.058 3. L 7/8 x 7/8 x 1/8 x 0.013 158 74 7’-3 15’-3 3. EXTENSION LONGIT.312 15.812 3. TO WING ANCHOR ABUT.401 BARRIER RAIL OPEN RAIL A BM. DIAPH.013 158 74 7’-3 15’-3 3.777 386 278 456 78 78 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2.275 91. TRAFFIC FACE ABUT. LONGIT. B A. FOOTING LONGIT. VERT. D= PIN DIAMETER 9/29/2011 2:43:33 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. PIER & ABUT. DIAPH.539 973 1.352 11.581 386 278 426 78 78 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2. EXTENSION LONGIT. 2007 2’ -6 2’-2 8f3.689 5. ABUT.036 318 212 98 40’-0 27’-4 14’-10 13.F. 401 B BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 28. ABUT.913 71.318 973 1.172 98 17’-0 3.013 154 74 40 7’-9 15’-9 6’-6 3. B BMS.944 66. DIAPH. PAVING NOTCH LONGIT.500 58. DIAPH.267 8.292 87. ABUT.221 3.|-| ABUT.756 12.)* *EPOXY COATING NOT REQUIRED SUB TOTAL W/ WOOD PILES** SUB TOTAL W/ STEEL H-PILES** **RAIL REINFORCING NOT INCLUDED 30/14 90/42 38’-6 1’-10 193/90 116/54 32/14 96/42 38’-6 1’-10 206/90 123/54 34/14 102/42 38’-6 1’-10 219/90 131/54 34/16 102/48 38’-6 1’-10 219/103 131/62 36/16 108/48 38’-6 1’-10 231/103 139/62 20 60 38’-6 1’-10 129 77 22 66 38’-6 1’-10 141 85 22 66 38’-6 1’-10 141 85 22 66 38’-6 1’-10 141 85 58.649 75.555 36 26’-7 2. ENDS |-| BEAM BRG.563 434 174 187 36 16 8 8 26’-8 10’-2 8’-2 8’-9 2. ABUT.445 13.039 NO.563 434 174 187 8g1 8g3 6g4 ABUT. WING EXT.013 158 74 6’-8 15’-3 2. B BMS. 561 28 28 C BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 VARIES VARIES WEIGHT 39.371 424 212 40’-0 39’-7 17.112 6.308 5d1 D=2 1’-10 C BM.039 NO.289 12.THE OPEN RAI L QUANTI TI ES WERE CHANGED. 64 5’-10 389 64 5’-10 389 64 6’-2 412 64 6’-2 412 64 6’-2 412 64 6’-11 462 64 6’-11 462 64 6’-11 462 64 6’-11 462 4t1 UNDER BEAMS AT ABUTMENTS 14 4’-7 43 14 4’-7 43 14 4’-7 43 14 4’-7 43 14 4’-7 43 14 4’-10 45 14 4’-10 45 14 4’-10 45 14 4’-10 45 REVI SED 07-1 0 . LONGIT.689 7. DIAPH.489 267 360 89 5s1 WING VERT.190 386 278 366 78 78 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2.989 424 212 40’-0 33’-4 17.489 267 360 89 136 24 36 8 10’-6 10’-8 6’-8 10’-8 1. 6’-8 6 10 2’-0 3’-10 3 ’ 1 0 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE D=2 1’-10 4 6 THUS 0 ’ 1 D=2 2’-9 2’-1 2’ -1 0 4’ -0 1 ’ 5 C D=2 11 1’-10 2’-1 3’-9 4’-0 3’-9 07-1 0 11 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .187 3.741 66.428 973 1. TOP & BOTT. THREE SPAN BRIDGE C 1’-4 D=2 23’-11 1’-6 8 3’-8 1’-6 A. 5h4 A .112 396 5h1 5h2 5h3 5h4 5j1 5k1 5k2 ABUT. 1 1 8. 1 ’ -0 1 ’ -0 5e2 & 5e3 3’ -9 C BM. DIAPH.753 530 212 40’-0 28’-11 22. C BM. BRG. 491 C BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 34. 2 ’ 1 0 C BM.621 267 320 89 136 24 36 8 10’-6 10’-8 6’-8 10’-8 1.386 386 278 396 78 78 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2.267 6. 158 74 6’-8 15’-3 2.823 10. TOP & BOTT.555 36 26’-7 2.44’ ROADWAY. 8f5 D=6 1 ’ -9 D=2 7’-8 5’-8 6’-3 1’-10 4’-11 1’-4 A.044 2. #2 PILE SPIRAL (WOOD/STEEL)* SPIRAL SPACERS. 461 28 28 C BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 VARIES VARIES WEIGHT 32. DIAPH. ABUT.972 98 20’-0 5.215 8.347 10. LONGIT.058 3.039 28 VARIES 28 VARIES 28 VARIES 28 VARIES 28 VARIES 28 VARIES 28 VARIES 28 VARIES 28 VARIES 28 VARIES 28 VARIES 28 VARIES 5b1 5b2 6b3 7b3 8b3 SLAB LONGITUDINAL. HOOPS PIER DIAPH.563 434 174 187 36 16 8 8 26’-8 10’-2 8’-2 8’-9 2.663 62.364 386 278 36 12 36 12 546 78 78 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 4’-11 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 250 62 253 62 3.. 341 A BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 23. 5e4 1’-5 C BM.112 396 154 74 40 7’-10 15’-9 6’-7 3. B.039 NO.098 973 1. 5p2.F. TOP & BOTT. PIER DIAPH. ENDS SLAB LONGITUDINAL.426 318 212 40’-0 39’-10 13. 5d5 5e2 5e3 3’ -3 A.880 B BM. 15 SKEW H44-16-07 8g3 5d4 BENT BAR DETAILS h44-16-07 11x17_pdf. VERT.576 14. 36 26’-7 2. DIAPH.115 9. TOP @ PIERS SLAB LONGITUDINAL.039 NO. LONGIT. PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.058 3. TO WING ANCHOR TOP OF SLAB TRANSV. VERT.267 4.689 8.526 13.168 386 278 36 12 36 12 516 78 78 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 4’-11 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 250 62 253 62 3. B.267 7. LONGIT. D=3 5 ’ 1 D=2 1’-10 2’-9 8’-0 5p2. TOP ENDS SLAB TRANSV. AT PILES ABUT.183 318 212 40’-0 33’-7 13.187 3.481 1. ABUT. ABUT.987 973 1.559 386 278 36 12 36 12 586 78 78 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 4’-11 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 250 62 253 62 3.621 71.567 75.606 98 19’-0 4. 371 B BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 26. HOOPS AT ENDS 112/144 8 10’-6 10’-8 1227/1577 120/144 89 8 10’-6 1314/1577 10’-8 89 128/144 8 10’-6 10’-8 1402/1577 128/140 89 8 10’-6 10’-8 1402/1533 136/140 89 8 10’-6 10’-8 1489/1533 89 148 24 32 8 10’-6 10’-8 6’-8 10’-8 1.409 1 ’ 5 9.70 (WOOD/STL. 8f1 5e1 & 5e4 5d8 D=3 D=2 5 12’-0 8f4 D=8 8f5 7 2’-7 2’-8 5p1 1 8f3 5p4 5k2 D=2 1 ’ -0 5p1.685 62. ABUT.394 98 15’-10 3.820 386 278 336 78 78 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2. TIES ENDS PIER DIAPH. 431 B BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 30. SLAB LONGITUDINAL. 138’-10 50’-10 42’-6 46’-8 151’-4 55’-0 46’-8 50’-10 163’-10 59’-2 50’-10 55’-0 176’-4 63’-4 55’-0 59’-2 188’-10 67’-6 59’-2 63’-4 201’-4 71’-8 63’-4 67’-6 213’-10 75’-10 67’-6 71’-8 226’-4 80’-0 71’-8 80’-0 243’-0 80’-0 80’-0 REINFORCING BAR LIST ONE SUPERSTRUCTURE AND TWO ABUTMENTS BAR 6a1 6a2 6a3 LOCATION SLAB TRANSV. EXTENSION LONGIT. TOP @ PIERS 212 212 98 40’-0 33’-10 12’-10 8. ENDS PIER & ABUT.879 10.228 96.039 NO. B BMS. SLAB TRANSV. 521 28 28 C BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 VARIES VARIES WEIGHT 36.489 267 360 89 136 24 36 8 10’-6 10’-8 6’-8 10’-8 1. WING EXT.112 391 154 74 40 7’-9 15’-9 6’-7 3.808 424 212 40’-0 27’-1 17.973 386 278 486 78 78 5p1 5p2 6p3 5p4 ABUTMENT HOOPS (WOOD/STEEL) ABUTMENT HOOPS ABUT.B D=3 5d6 2’ -7 4 D=2 D=4 3 ’ 0 2’ -7 1 1 1 ’ 4 6 THUS 5 6 6 6p3 4t1 4 ’ 1 1 1 0 ’ 3 3 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 2’ -7 3’ -6 3 1 ’ 6 6 4 D=6 5e1 2’-2 2’ -2 1’-10 25’-2 5 ’ 3 6 A.488 82. B BM.039 NO.563 434 174 187 36 16 8 8 26’-8 10’-2 8’-2 8’-9 2.845 7.dgn .889 318 212 98 40’-0 21’-1 13’-10 13.463 973 1.112 391 154 74 40 7’-9 15’-9 6’-6 3. 8f4. ENDS ABUT. 311 A BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 21. TIES PIER DIAPH.208 973 1.039 NO. WING HORIZ. 5p4 1 0 5k1 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS D=3 DECK & ABUTMENT REINF.788 9.812 3.003 13. BOTT. BOTT. WING HORIZ. 11 1’-5 2 ’ 1 0 8. WING EXT. 42’-6 BEAM SERIES SHAPE NO.pltcfg 5h3 1’-0 1’-0 ARE OUT TO OUT. HOOPS ENDS 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 3’-8 6’-4 5’-5 8’-11 5’-0 25’-4 25’-0 46 713 203 112 63 423 209 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 3’-8 6’-4 5’-5 8’-11 5’-0 25’-4 25’-0 46 713 203 112 63 423 209 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 3’-8 6’-4 5’-5 8’-11 5’-0 25’-4 25’-0 46 713 203 112 63 423 209 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 3’-8 6’-4 5’-5 8’-11 5’-0 25’-4 25’-0 46 713 203 112 63 423 209 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 3’-8 6’-4 5’-5 8’-11 5’-0 25’-4 25’-0 46 713 203 112 63 423 209 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 24 24 3’-8 6’-1 5’-2 8’-11 5’-0 25’-4 25’-0 10’-10 10’-9 11’-2 2’-11 3’-3 10’-10 46 685 194 112 63 423 209 271 269 559 12 163 45 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 24 24 48 4 48 4 3’-8 6’-1 5’-2 8’-11 5’-0 25’-4 25’-0 10’-10 10’-9 11’-2 2’-11 3’-3 10’-10 46 685 194 112 63 423 209 271 269 559 12 163 45 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 24 24 48 4 48 4 3’-8 6’-1 5’-2 8’-11 5’-0 25’-4 25’-0 10’-10 10’-9 11’-2 2’-11 3’-3 10’-10 46 685 194 112 63 423 209 271 269 559 12 163 45 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 24 24 48 4 48 4 3’-8 6’-1 5’-2 8’-11 5’-0 25’-4 25’-0 10’-10 10’-9 11’-2 2’-11 3’-3 10’-10 46 685 194 112 63 423 209 271 269 559 12 163 45 EPOXY COATED REI NFORCI NG 5d8 5d9 5e1 5e2 5e3 5e4 48 4 48 4 8’-11 2’-11 3’-3 8’-7 446 12 163 36 48 4 48 4 8’-11 2’-11 3’-3 8’-7 446 12 163 36 48 4 48 4 10’-2 2’-11 3’-3 9’-10 509 12 163 41 48 4 48 4 10’-2 2’-11 3’-3 9’-10 509 12 163 41 48 4 48 4 10’-2 2’-11 3’-3 9’-10 509 12 163 41 48 4 48 4 8f1 8f3 8f4 8f5 ABUT. 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B BEAMS --- 0. 5 10 10 5 4 EQ.1 1. 10 TYP.0% < G <= 4.0% NO. @ 1’-3 5 TYP.0% NO.3% SIZE WEIGHT 1. PART ELEVATION VIEW OF PIER CAP GRADE (G): 2. @ 1’-3 LOW STEP a BARS 5 TYP. VALUES MAY BE INTERPOLATED FOR GRADES BETWEEN THE VALUES SHOWN IN THE TABLE.1% < G <= 3. @ 10 (TYP. BENT BAR DETAILS 3 5m1 1 ’ -9 5n1. @ 10 (TYP.1% NO. SPA.dgn h44-17-07 11x17_pdf.) 5 TYP. 10 TYP. 5n1 5m1 5m1 PART ELEVATION VIEW OF PIER CAP GRADE (G): 3.0% < G <= 5.) LOW STEP a BARS @ 1’-3 8n2 10 10 5 3 SPA.1% < G <= 3.) LOW STEP a BARS 5n1 5 TYP. 3 SPA.6 0.) 20 ---- 5 ---- 56 ---186 24 ---- 5 ---- 67 ---223 20 4 --- 5 8 --- 56 119 --371 16 -4 -- 5 -8 -- 45 -195 -455 8 --4 5 --8 22 --309 566 PART ELEVATION VIEW OF PIER CAP GRADE (G): 1.3% SIZE WEIGHT 1. @ 10 (TYP.5 CU.3 1.3% G = GRADE (%) * 8n4 BARS VARY FROM 28’-7 TO 29’-3 | BEAMS @ | PIER 3 SPA. SIZE WEIGHT 3. SIZE WEIGHT 4. 5 10 10 EACH ABUTMENT FOOTING 5 A. SIZE WEIGHT 2. SIZE WEIGHT 2.8 1. OF ADDITIONAL CONCRETE PER SUBSTRUCTURE UNIT. 10 TYP.1% NO. 3 SPA.4 5m1 5m1 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .0% PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. D = PIN DIAMETER. SIZE WEIGHT 5m1 5m1 6’-3 20 5 130 24 5 156 30 5 196 33 5 215 36 5 235 5n1 8n2 8n3 2’-8 11’-2 18’-3 VARIES TOTAL (LB. ADDITIONAL CONCRETE SHOULD BE ADDED TO THE PLANS FOR EACH ABUTMENT FOOTING/PIER CAP THAT HAS 0.5 0.7 10 C BEAMS --- 0. YDS. SIZE WEIGHT 3. 5 10 10 5 4 EQ. 5n1 8n4 EACH TEE PIER CAP . @ 10 (TYP.4 1.0% NO. 3 2’-10 2’-9 TEE PIER PILE BENT PIER 5n1 D=2 5m1 5m1 5m1 TYPICAL SECTION NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. STEP REINFORCING BAR LIST ONE PILE BENT PIER 10 TYP.0% < G <= 4. NOTES: THE TABLE BELOW LISTS THE ADDITIONAL CONCRETE VOLUME REQUIRED IN EACH ABUTMENT FOOTING/PIER CAP BASED ON THE ROADWAY GRADE AT EACH ABUTMENT FOOTING/PIER CAP.| BEAMS @ | PIER 3 SPA.0% | BEAMS @ | PIER 5 3 SPA.0% NO.5 0. STEP REINFORCING BAR LIST ONE TEE PIER G <= 1.) 20 ---- 5 ---- 56 ---188 24 ---- 5 ---- 67 ---226 20 4 --- 5 8 --- 56 119 --373 16 -4 -- 5 -8 -- 45 -195 -458 8 --4 5 --8 22 --309 569 PART ELEVATION VIEW OF PIER CAP GRADE (G): G <= 1.1 1.3% < G <= 2.pltcfg .3% < G <= 2. G <= 1. 8n3 OR 8n4 3 EQ.44’ ROADWAY.0% ADDITIONAL CONCRETE VOLUME PER SUBSTRUCTURE UNIT (C.Y.0% < G <= 5.3% < G <= 2.1 1. VALUES SHOULD BE EXCLUDED FOR SCENARIOS THAT HAVE LESS THAN 0. 2007 ADDITIONAL QUANTITIES 15 SKEW H44-17-07 9/29/2011 2:43:34 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. BAR LENGTH SHAPE NO. SPA.8 0. OR MORE OF ADDITIONAL CONCRETE.5 CU.ALL BEAMS EACH PILE BENT PIER . SIZE WEIGHT 4.) ROADWAY GRADE AT SUBSTRUCTURE UNIT 1% 2% 3% 4% 5% | BEAMS @ | PIER 5 3 SPA.1% * 8n4 G = GRADE (%) * 8n4 BARS VARY FROM 28’-7 TO 29’-3 | BEAMS @ | PIER 5 3 SPA. @ 10 (TYP.) LOW STEP a BARS @ 1’-3 8n3 10 10 5 4 EQ.0% NO. @ 1’-3 5 TYP. 5 10 10 5 3 SPA.0% NO.) 3 SPA.8 1. 8n2. SPA. LOW STEP a BARS 5n1 BAR LENGTH SHAPE NO.1% < G <= 3. YDS.0% < G <= 4.0% < G <= 5. SPA. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE PART ELEVATION VIEW OF PIER CAP GRADE (G): 4.0 1. SPA.5 0. SIZE WEIGHT 5m1 6’-4 20 5 132 24 5 159 30 5 198 33 5 218 36 5 238 5m1 5n1 8n2 8n3 * 8n4 2’-8 11’-2 18’-3 VARIES TOTAL (LB.ALL BEAMS 5 10 4 EQ.4 1.

1 2 PILE BEARING (TONS) STRENGTH I DESIGN LOAD (KIPS) "A" PILE SPACES "B" (FT. IS TO BE WRAPPED WITH A DOUBLE THICKNESS OF RUG PADDING HELD IN PLACE BY TACKING WITH GALVANIZED ROOFING NAILS AND WRAPPED WITH #14 GAUGE GALVANIZED WIRE AT A 4" PITCH. PART SECTION B-B (FOR STEEL H-PILING) 23’-7 " C " PART SECTION B-B (FOR WOOD PILING) " ‰x1’-3 COIL ROD 4t1 S A M E S | ABUT. AS NECESSARY TO MISS BEAMS.IN.dgn h44-18-07 11x17_pdf. 1’-3 1’-3 8g1 8g1 4 7 ’ 4 " A " 5p2 1 ’ 1 4 1’-0 1 ’ 0 P I L E S P A C E S @ " B " 5p1 E QU S A P L A C E S " D " S P A . RUBBERIZED ON BOTH SIDES. AN APPROPRIATE METHOD OF PROTECTION APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER SHALL BE PROVIDED BY APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER THE BRIDGE CONTRACTOR AT NO EXTRA COST TO THE COUNTY OR STATE. 8g 1 MI N. .5 8f1 TOP OF PI LE STEEL H-PILE 2’ -0 (2) BONDED URETHANE OR BONDED POLYFOAM WITH A MINIMUM DENSITY OF 5 LBS.pltcfg 3’ -5 | ROADWAY . .) H-PI LES STEEL WI TH "C" (FT. OF PILES PER ABUT. AND WEIGHING 3’ -0 NOT LESS THAN 47 OZ. YD.44’ ROADWAY. 1’-7 & | PILES ABUTMENT PILE PLAN 22’-0 5h2 IF NECESSARY TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE END OF THE BRIDGE DECK OR BACKWALL FROM CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT. BRG. LATEST REVI SI ON DATE Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . 3 FIELD BEND ABUTMENT NOTES: MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR IS TO BE 2" UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN. (MATERIAL LESS THAN IN.) "D" EQUAL SPACES NO.8g3 BACK FACE 38. BRG. LAP AT | 2’-2) 5k1 & 5k2 0’-8 3 5d7-(MIN.5k1 & 5k2 BACK FACE | ABUTMENT 3 0 " C " PART SECTION A .IN.& ABUTMENT PILES ARE TO BE DRIVEN TO THE DESIGN 1 1 -09 BEARING VALUE AS GIVEN IN THE ABUTMENT PILE SPACING TABLE. @ 1 ’ 3 1 ’ 0 1 ’ 0 5d2 & 5d3 B 1 ’ 9 1 0 SPACING FOR: 43. 48 139 1 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD. EACH WING DESI GN LOADS CHANGED TO LRFD. 2007 PLACE 5h2 BAR AT 1:6 SLOPE TO MATCH TRAFFIC 4 8 2 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS. N L G A P 1 ’ -6 1 ’ -6 3’ -0 8f1 8g3 2 @ 5d6-(MIN. BRG. 3" PITCH WITH 3 . RUG PADDING MAY 3 BE EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING: WOOD PILING 3’ -3 2’ -0 (1) HAIR AND JUTE RUG PADDING.PI LI NG NO.47’-2 CONSTANT 1’-7 LEVEL 44’-0 ROADWAY 1’-7 LEVEL TOP OF SLAB 1 ’ -1 1" CHAMFER DEPTH 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5k1 8g3 8g1 TOP OF SLAB -1 ’ 1 WOOD PILING NOTE: AFTER PILES ARE CUT OFF. EXCEPT AS SHOWN. 5 p 1 D H O O 4 U O ’ 8 B P f L 9 1 E S P M A I C N I . THICK.IN. 2 1’-7 3 2 @ 0’-8 8g1 2 ’ 7 2 CL.8g1 BACK FACE 36.5 KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2 x 8 5p1 4t1 S3 x 7. P A C I N G 1’-7 6 5 B 0 E ’ A 9 B M E T S W P E A E C N E S B E @ A M 7 S ’ 1 0 = 6’-10 3’-1 S3 x 7.) "D" EQUAL SPACES NO. PER CU. LAP AT | = 2’-2) 37. 8g1 14 3’-6 2’-8 2 15 20 58 7 7’-0 2’-8 4 8 41 117 15 3’-3 2’-10 1 16 20 56 7 7’-0 2’-8 4 8 42 122 16 3’-0 3’-2 1 17 20 57 7 7’-0 2’-8 4 8 45 131 17 2’-10 3’-1 1 18 20 56 7 7’-0 2’-8 4 8 47 135 17 2’-10 3’-1 1 18 20 57 7 7’-0 2’-8 GUTTER LINE T Y P .A ABUTMENT PILE SPACING "A" PILE SPACES "B" (FT.5 8g1 5h2 B 1’-6 1’-7 3’ -5 23’-7 3"‰ PVC PIPE. A A 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -1 3"‰ PVC PIPE 8g1 (FRONT FACE & BACK FACE) 5h2 5d7 5d2 1 ’ -3 5d6 5k2 COIL ROD 5d3 1’-3 5h2 4t1 COIL ROD S3 x 7. PER SQ. PILE BEARING (TONS) STRENGTH I DESIGN LOAD (KIPS) |-| 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 5d5 3’ -5 BACK FACE ABUT.F. FIELD BEND KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 GUTTER LINE TYP. IN THICKNESS MAY BE USED. 1’-6 1’-6 3 PART REAR ELEVATION AT ABUTMENT NOTE: TOP OF ABUTMENT SHOWN FOR SOLID BARRIER RAIL CL. THREE SPAN BRIDGE REVI SED 1 1 -09 . AND SHALL BE AT RUG 1’-6 1’-6 PADDING LEAST IN. ABUT.L x x 3’-0 TOP OF PI LE CL. OF PILES PER ABUT.8g1 FRONT FACE NOTE: SHIFT 8g1 BARS IN F. OF ABUTMENT 5p2 1’-0 | ABUT.WI NG SHAPE CHANGED. BARRIER RAIL NOT SHOWN IN DETAILS.IN. . FT. (BOTH SIDES TYPICAL) 1 2 ABUTMENT DETAILS 30 SKEW A & B BEAMS H44-18-07 9/29/2011 2:43:36 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. PLACE 8g3 BARS PARALLEL TO LONGIT. 2 BAR. SIDE OF ABUTMENT WING FACE. . PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. NOTE: THE SPIRAL AT THE TOP OF EACH PILE TO BE 7 TURNS OF NO. THE UPPER 3’. BUT WILL REQUIRE ADDITIONAL 3’-0 WRAPS FOR A TOTAL OF AT LEAST ONE INCH). 5d5 SPACERS PUNCHED TO HOLD SPIRAL. STEEL. CARE IS TO BE TAKEN NOT TO DAMAGE PADDING WHEN PLACING CONCRETE. 21" DIAMETER.EMBED.) PI LES WOOD WI TH "C" (FT.

) H-PI LES STEEL WI TH "C" (FT. NOTE: THE SPIRAL AT THE TOP OF EACH PILE TO BE 7 TURNS OF NO. 1’-7 3 2 @ 0’-8 8g1 5d5 FIELD " ‰x1’-3 COIL ROD BEND 4t1 S A M E S | ABUT. 5h2 KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 8f3 & 8f5 5p2 2 CL. & | PILES 8 TYP. 2 CL. STEEL. LAP AT | = 2’-2) 5k1 & 5k2 5d6-(MIN. . AN APPROPRIATE METHOD OF PROTECTION APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER SHALL BE PROVIDED BY THE BRIDGE CONTRACTOR AT NO EXTRA COST TO THE COUNTY OR STATE.ADDED FI ELD BEND 5h4 BAR TO AVOI D PI LE I N ABUTMENT WI NG NOTE. P A C I N G 2 ’ 7 PART REAR ELEVATION AT ABUTMENT NOTE: TOP OF ABUTMENT SHOWN FOR SOLID BARRIER RAIL FIELD BEND 5h4 BAR AS NECESSARY TO AVOID PILE IN ABUTMENT WING. 5h2 (BACK FACE) 5h4 (TRAFFIC FACE) 3" CL.5 5h4 1 ’ -9 4t1 8f1 S3x7. CONSTR.L x x SPACERS PUNCHED TO HOLD SPIRAL. ABUTMENT DETAILS 30 SKEW C BEAMS H44-19-07 12/28/2011 1:15:47 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\Jan_2012_Release\H44-07. REINFORCING BAR IS TO BE 2" UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN.44’ ROADWAY.EMBED. 6 5 B 0 E ’ A 9 B M E T S W P E A E C N E S B E @ A M 7 S ’ 1 0 1’-8 " C " 23’-8 6’-10 3’-1 " A " 3 S3 x 7. L A P 1 ’ 6 PVC " C " 1 ’ 0 SPACING FOR: 41. 6 S P A . FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD.dgn h44-19-07 11x17_pdf. BRG. 5d7-(MIN. 5p1 1 ’ 0 5’ -0 4’ -9 6’ -6 8g1 = 8f1 5p4 8f3 4 7 ’ 4 PIPE 6g4 KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2x8 8g1 1 ’ -6 8f4 1 ’ 6 1 ’ 2 4 REVI SED 01 -1 2 . @ 1 ’ 2 2’ -1 0 TYP. OF PILES PER ABUT.8g1 BACK FACE 36. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 6g4 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. BRG. LAP AT | 2’-2) 2 @ 0’-8 3 37.pltcfg 1 ’ -6 PART SECTION A . 6p3 BARRIER RAIL NOT SHOWN IN DETAILS. PILE BEARING (TONS) STRENGTH I DESIGN LOAD (KIPS) 1 2 1 2 PART SECTION C-C * NOTE: SEE BARRIER RAIL SHEET FOR DETAILS.A 3’ -5 2 5p2 . 5d9 5d8 1 ’ -6 ABUTMENT PILE SPACING "A" PILE SPACES "B" (FT.8g1 FRONT FACE 1" | ABUTMENT 3 0 GUTTER LINE 8g3 NOTE: SHIFT 8g1 BARS IN F.) "D" EQUAL SPACES |-| 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 T Y P .F. 2007 NO.8g3 BACK FACE 38. 21" DIAMETER. TYP. 3" PITCH WITH 3 . 5d7 5d2 PIPE 6g4 5d9 MI N. GUTTER LINE 5d9 5d8 3’-0 1’-3 1’-3 1’-8 1’-4 8 f 1 5d2 & 5d3 B 1 ’ 1 1 1 0 4 ’ 9 M I N .IN. C 5k2 1’-3 6g4 5d6 COIL ROD 5d3 4t1 COIL ROD S3 x 7. PLACE 8g3 BARS PARALLEL TO LONGIT.@ 1 ’ -0 = 4’ -0 5-6g 4 EACH FACE 1’-6 1’-7 6p3 6’ -6 B P I L E S P A C E S @ 5 p " 1 B H D O " O O U P B L S E P A C 1 I ’ N 0 G 1 ’ 0 3’ -0 " D " E Q. S P A .B 23’-8 | ABUT.47’-2 CONSTANT 1’-7 LEVEL 44’-0 ROADWAY 1’-7 LEVEL 1 ’ -1 TOP OF SLAB 5d8 (TRAFFIC FACE) 5d9 (BACK FACE) C 3"‰ PVC PIPE DEPTH TOP OF SLAB 8g1 5k1 8g3 -1 ’ 1 1" CHAMFER A 3"‰ PVC 3"‰ PVC PIPE 8g1 (FRONT FACE & BACK FACE) 5d8 A 1 ’ -1 ABUTMENT NOTES: MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR 8g 1 MI N.EMBEDMENT 6g 4 BARS 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -3 IF NECESSARY TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE END OF THE BRIDGE DECK OR BACKWALL FROM CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT.IN. FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.5 4 SPA. JOINTS 8f4 5p2 5p1 2 CL.5 2’ -0 TOP 3’ -3 OF PI LE ABUTMENT PILES ARE TO BE DRIVEN TO THE DESIGN BEARING VALUE AS GIVEN IN THE ABUTMENT PILE SPACING TABLE. 3’-0 2 CL. 3"‰ PVC PIPE 2 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . AS NECESSARY TO MISS BEAMS. PART SECTION B .5k1 & 5k2 BACK FACE 22’-0 BACK FACE OF ABUTMENT 5p4 5’ -0 8f3 1 ’ -01 ’ -0 1 ’ -6 | ROADWAY 8f5 5d5 8g1 FIELD BEND 8g1 * * 5c3 ABUTMENT PILE PLAN 5c14 | PILE 1’-6 1’-6 ABUT. 2 BAR. . REINFORCING BARS 5c3 AND 5c14 ARE INCLUDED IN SUPERSTRUCTURE QUANTITIES. BRG. 3 8 6’-2 2’-7 4 11 46 132 8 6’-2 2’-7 4 11 47 136 8 6’-2 2’-7 4 11 49 141 9 5’-5 5p2 2’-11 8f5 3 12 46 GUTTER LINE 134 5d8 1’-4 1’-7 1" 5d9 6g4 01 -1 2 CL.

@ 5 6c3 & ~ 6c4 3 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.ABUT. 5d4 STRANDS 1 ’ -1 0 END OF BEAMS 2 4 6 | BEAM BEARINGS 9 1 ’ 3 44’ -0 ROADWAY 1 ’ 6 1 ’ 6 5e3 1’-11 1’-11 3 ’ 1 8 ’ 1 B " PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER. THREE SPAN BRIDGE ~ 5h2 ~ | PIER 1 ’ -7 5c5-10 3 6c4 2‘@‘7 2‘@‘7 ~ 3 6c4 5h1 3 @ 6 5s1 ~ 6c3 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 4 5 SPA. 5h1 ~ 6d2 5h1 3 EQ.dgn 5 1’-11 1’-11 1 ’ -1 1 | WEB 9 . 8g1 8g1 MIDWAY BETWEEN | ABUTMENT BEARING NOTE: PLUG 3"‰ PVC PIPE WITH EXPANDING FOAM PRIOR TO BACKFILLING BEHIND ABUTMENTS.WI NGS SHAPE CHANGED.5 | BEARINGS SEE DETAIL "A" 5e3 5d4 D 5d3 2 EQ. 2007 PART SECTION AT PIER 7 EQUAL SPACES = 6’-6 5s1 7’-0 ABUTMENT WING 3 LONGITUDINAL SECTION 30 SKEW A & B BEAMS PART PLAN H44-20-07 PART SECTION C-C h44-20-07 11x17_pdf. 5c5-10. A D PARALLEL TO THE THEORETICAL | GRADE 6c4 BARS 1 ~ 5c5-10 1 ’ -6 ~ 6c4 5b1 & b3 ELEV. 1 ’ -1 0 ~ REVI SED 1 1 -09 . REINFORCING BARS 6c3. 6 FI XED PI ER PIERS ARE USED) 6 PART END VIEW AT ABUTMENT EXPANS.NOTE: BRIDGE IS SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 7’-0 BARRIER RAIL END SECTION FACE TO FACE OF BARRIER RAIL END SECTIONS 5e4 BARS (‘SEE BARRIER RAIL LAYOUT SHEET‘) 4" MI N. 4 8 4t1 5s1 5h2 SECTION D-D ~ NOTE: SPS. 6d2 & 4t1 ARE INCLUDED IN THE SUPERSTRUCTURE QUANTITIES. 5c10 2 x 8 BEVELED KEYWAY ~ 5c5 ~ 6c4 7 5h3 PART PLAN BEARING DETAILS 3’-11 1 ’ -7 "‰ x 1’-3 | BEAMS 2 ’ 8 TOP OF FIXED PIER DETAILS 2 1 ’ -7 COIL ROD 9 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . SIDES AND ENDS OF KEYWAYS. 6c4. B TOP OF SLAB 5j1 6 5b1 5b2 (AT ENDS) 6a1 @ 10" CTRS.pltcfg 9/29/2011 2:43:39 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.‘) | TO | BEAM BEARINGS 1’-6 EXPANSION PIER A | ABUTMENT BEARING TO | PIER | PIER | ABUTMENT BEARING TO | ABUTMENT BEARING (REQUIRED AT ONE PIER. FACE OF STEPS. 5e1 & ~ 6d2 5h3 MI N.44’ ROADWAY. SEE SHEET H44-31-07 6’ -1 0 5d3 5e1 3 EQ UA 4L 5e SP 1 AC & ES 45e 3 1" MIN.CL. ONLY IF TEE ABUTMENT FIXED PIER PROVIDE ELEVATIONS A AND B IN THE BRIDGE PLAN SHEETS. B 1 x 8 x 0’-8 INDENTATION SPACED @ 2’-0 ~ CONSTRUCTION JOINT 6c4 ROUGHENED CONCRETE SEE DETAIL "C" ELEV. A BEAM PRESTRESSING STEEL STRANDS 5d5 ~ 6c3 3 ~ 5c5-10 ELEV. ~ 4t1 5h3 5c5-1 0 2’ -3 MI N.PI ER PART LONGITUDINAL SECTION NEAR GUTTER (‘FOR DETAILS OF INTERMEDIATE DIAPHRAGM SEE SHEET H44-31-07‘) 3"‰ PVC PIPE 2’-2 "‰ x 1’-3 1 ’ -7 MIDWAY BETWEEN BEARINGS 1’-11 5e4 7 1’-6 COIL ROD 9 (BENT 6 " RADIUS 3 3 5 ABUTMENT COIL TIE COIL TIES 6 5 PIER LOCATION OF BEAM COIL TIES ) DETAIL "C" NEOPRENE BEARING PAD (9 x 1 x 1’-3) AND STEEL DIAPHRAGM BOLT HOLES KEYWAY FORMED B BY BEVELED 2 x 8.SPS. 3"‰ PVC ) ) PIPE 6 5d7 5k1 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5h2 6’ -6 (’ B’BEAM 6’ -2 (’ A’BEAM 5d2 5b1 5e1 5d2 C C 5s1 2 CL. TYP. | BEAM DETAIL "A" 4’-0 2’-0 1’-0 | BEAM BEARING SECTION B-B NOTE: SEE SHEET H44-37-07 FOR EXPANSION PIER 1" THICK STRIPS OF PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER AROUND BEARINGS. BRG. 5k2 5d3 8g3 5d6 4t1 " ‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD S3 x 7. | PIER 5e2 1 ’ -7 | PIER 6 3 ’ 1 5d4 6 PRESTRESSED | ABUT. @ 6 =2’-6: ~ 6c4 ~ 6 SPA. SEE END SECTION DETAILS IN THESE PLANS FOR 5h2 DETAILS OF BARRIER RAIL END SECTION. BEAM BEARINGS MIDWAY BETWEEN BEAM BEARINGS 9 9 " PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER 5h2 2’-1 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5h1 (BACK FACE) 5h3 (TRAFFIC FACE) 4 8g1 SECTION A-A MIDWAY BETWEEN BEARINGS 1"‰ HOLE (‘TYP.

5e1 & 2 CL. LONGITUDINAL SECTION 30 SKEW C BEAMS SECTION D-D H44-21-07 12/28/2011 1:15:48 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\Jan_2012_Release\H44-07. 4 2‘@‘7 ~ 6c4 5 SPA. ONLY IF TEE PIERS ARE USED) PART END VIEW AT ABUTMENT PROVIDE ELEVATIONS A. 6d2 & 4t1 5s1 2 CL. | BEAMS | PIER 2 ’ 8 "‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD 6c4 BARS PART SECTION C-C PART PLAN ~ 5c5-10 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 3’-11 TOP OF FIXED PIER DETAILS 1 CONSTRUCTION JOINT ~ 6c4 ~ 6d2 ROUGHENED CONCRETE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . PARALLEL TO THE THEORETICAL | GRADE ~ 5b1 & b3 5d8 (TRAFFIC FACE) 5d9 (BACK FACE) BEAM PRESTRESSING STEEL STRANDS ELEV.44’ ROADWAY. SIDES AND ENDS OF KEYWAYS.‘) " RADIUS FIELD BEND 5h4 BAR AS NECESSARY TO AVOID PILE IN 6 SECTION A-A MIDWAY BETWEEN BEARINGS ABUTMENT END OF BEAMS 2 4 6 7’-0 BARRIER RAIL END SECTION 6’-6 WING EXTENSION | BEAM BEARINGS FIXED PIER (‘FOR DETAILS OF INTERMEDIATE DIAPHRAGM SEE SHEET H44-31-07‘) DETAIL "A" 1 ’ -7 MIDWAY BETWEEN BEARINGS 5e4 7 2’-2 "‰ x 1’-3 1’-6 COIL ROD 9 (BENT 6 DETAIL "C" 3 5 ABUTMENT ) 6 COIL TIE COIL TIES LOCATION OF BEAM COIL TIES AND STEEL DIAPHRAGM BOLT HOLES 6 ’ 1 1’-11 5e2 1 ’ -7 REVI SED 01 -1 2 .5 SEE DETAIL "A" | BEARINGS 8g1 8g1 6g4 MIDWAY BETWEEN BEAM BEARINGS MIDWAY BETWEEN BEAM BEARINGS 1’-6 9 9 " PREFORMED A 2’-1 5h2 (BACK FACE) 5h1 (BACK FACE) EXPANSION JOINT FILLER SPS.PI ER | WEB 3 5 PIER 1" MIN.dgn h44-21-07 11x17_pdf. @ 5 3 ~ ~ ~ =2’-6: 6c4 6c3 & 6c4 3 | BEAM BEARING 3 SECTION B-B NOTE: SEE SHEET H44-37-07 FOR EXPANSION PIER BEARING DETAILS 7 EQUAL SPACES = 6’-6 5s1 7’-0 ABUTMENT WING 1" THICK STRIPS OF PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT FILLER AROUND BEARINGS. 2007 2’ -3 MI N.ADDED FI ELD BEND 5h4 BAR TO AVOI D PI LE I N ABUTMENT WI NG NOTE. B AND C IN THE BRIDGE PLAN SHEETS. 4’-0 ~ 5c10 2’-0 1’-0 NEOPRENE BEARING PAD (9 x 1 x 1’-6) B KEYWAY FORMED BY BEVELED 2 x 8. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 1 ’ -6 PART SECTION AT PIER 5c5-1 0 5h3 MI N. | ABUTMENT BEARING TO | ABUTMENT BEARING | ABUTMENT BEARING TO | PIER | PIER EXPANSION PIER (REQUIRED AT ONE PIER. C 6c4 1 x 8 x 0’-8 INDENTATION SPACED @ 2’-0 SEE DETAIL "C" ELEV. :5h 4t1 5s1 2 EQ. 5h1 ~ 6d2 5h1 ~ NOTE: SEE END SECTION DETAILS IN THESE PLANS FOR DETAILS OF BARRIER RAIL END SECTION. 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5d8 1 ’ -7 2 x 8 BEVELED KEYWAY ~ ~ 5c5 6c4 7 1 ’ -7 5h3 | ABUT. BRG. C TOP OF SLAB 5k1 6 3"‰ PVC PIPE 5d2 5d7 7’ -3 5k2 8g3 5d6 5d3 5j1 5b1 5b2 (AT ENDS) 6a1 @ 10" CTRS. 3"‰ PVC PIPE REINFORCING BARS 6c3. FACE OF 2’ -0 STEPS. 6c4.pltcfg 5 TYP. EMBED. 9 9 . ~ 4t1 5h3 1 ’ -1 1 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 5c5-10. FI XED PI ER EXPANS. 01 -1 2 1 ’ -7 PART PLAN ARE INCLUDED IN THE SUPERSTRUCTURE QUANTITIES.NOTE: BRIDGE IS SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 7’-0 BARRIER RAIL END SECTION FACE TO FACE OF BARRIER RAIL END SECTIONS 5e4 BARS SEE BARRIER RAIL DETAILS FOR BARS AND BAR SPACING A D (‘SEE BARRIER RAIL LAYOUT SHEET‘) 4" MI N. B ~ 5c5-10 ELEV.CL. 1"‰ HOLE (‘TYP. A 3"‰ PVC PIPE ~ 6c3 5 EQ. 6 5b1 5e1 5d2 5d5 C C 5d4 5e3 5d3 4t1 D " ‰ x 1’-3 COIL ROD 8g1 S3 x 7. | PIER 5d4 5d3 6’ -1 0 5e1 2’ -0 9 SEE SHEET H44-31-07 2 5d9 40’ -0 ROADWAY ~ 5c5-10 3 ~ 6c4 5h1 5s1 ~ 6c3 3 EQ UA 4L 5e SP 1 AC & ES 45e 3 1 ’ 3 1 ’ 6 2‘@‘7 3 @ 6 5e3 1’-11 1 ’ 6 1’-11 3 ’ 1 8 ’ 1 B " PREFORMED EXPANSION | BEAM JOINT FILLER. 1’-11 1’-11 6 PART LONGITUDINAL SECTION NEAR GUTTER ABUTMENT WING. 4 8 5h2 | PIER 6 5h4 (TRAFFIC FACE) 5h3 (TRAFFIC FACE) 5d4 6 NOTE: | ABUTMENT BEARING | TO | BEAM BEARINGS 4 PLUG 3"‰ PVC PIPE WITH EXPANDING FOAM PRIOR PRESTRESSED STRANDS TO BACKFILLING BEHIND ABUTMENTS.SPACES:5d 3 ELEV. 3"‰ PVC 5d9 PIPE 5d8 6g4 5h4 1 ’ -9 MI N. @ 6 6 SPA.

138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 1 ’ -7 188’-10 47’ -2 OUT TO OUT SLAB 201’-4 44’ -0 ROADWAY 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 WITH BARRIER RAIL WITH OPEN RAIL *** *** C.L. *** SEE SHEET H44-24-07 FOR ADDITIONAL CONCRETE REQUIRED IN ABUTMENT FOOTINGS.9 228 229 255 217’-3 9’-8 4’-9 4’-7 4’-9 4’-8 914.1 75. STEEL (w/ WOOD PILES & BARRIER RAIL) EPOXY COATED REINF.8 44.4 67.L.6 5777 5009 7031 6263 76. PIER REACTION (HL93) NO IMPACT NO.| ABUT.8 54.9 55.8 7.6 7-C80 14-C71 506.393 68.2 81.5 66.481 87.1 74. AT C.0 5742 4894 7223 NO. & WINGWALLS** .509 67. LB.2 ----52.588 72. BRG. BRG.8 143.0 42.9 44. LAP 6a2 (45’-2) 5b2 5b1 6a1 PERMISSIBLE TRANSVERSE 6a1 CONSTRUCTION JOINT 1 6a3 (44’-6) BOTTOM 6a3 (2’-7) REINFORCING 4 2 5 3 6a3 (44’-6) | ROADWAY | ABUT. BRG. .8 176. ESTIMATED QUANTITIES (SUPERSTRUCTURE PLUS INTEGRAL ABUTMENTS) STRUCTURAL CONCRETE SUPERSTRUCTURE (INCLUDES ABUTMENT WINGS) |-| ABUT.3 283.0 136.5 8. BRG.pltcfg . + F.058 30 16 300 160 262. BRG.7 5742 4894 7223 6375 --------94.7 67.0 352.2 198 199 225 192’-3 8’-8 4’-8 4’-7 4’-8 4’-7 822.L.6 204.2 302.2 42.355 36 16 360 160 456. 2007 WINGWALLS APPLY ONLY TO BRIDGES USING "C" BEAMS.5 ----52. * VALUES SHOWN ARE FOR FIXED PIERS ONLY AND ALLOW FOR INCH DEFLECTION OF THE 1 INCH NEOPRENE Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . | ABUT.4 368.3 405. LB.6 42.2 7. JT.9 311.2 83. PIER* TOP OF SLAB TO ABUT.967 72.8 84.844 68.8 7-A55 14-A46 337.5 TOP OF SLAB TO ABUT.6 293. PIER L.| .8 7-B67 349.2 160. CONSTR. ABUTMENT FOOTINGS (w/ STEEL H PILES) *** SUPERSTRUCTURE DETAILS 30 SKEW H44-22-07 9/29/2011 2:43:42 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.8 168.1 183 184 210 179’-9 8’-1 4’-2 4’-1 4’-3 4’-2 685.Y. STEEL (w/ WOOD PILES & OPEN RAIL) EPOXY COATED REINF.6 7-C80 14-C80 D. C.7 5742 4894 7223 6375 --------- 380.7 7. LB. C. 1 0-1 1 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. NO.123 83.S.3 292.642 87. AT EXPANSION PIER LOCATIONS ADD 3 INCHES TO "U" VALUES SHOWN. OF STEEL H-PILES FOR TWO ABUTMENTS (HP 10 x 57) PREBORED HOLES (W/WOOD PILES) PREBORED HOLES (W/STEEL H-PILES) 14-B59 14-C63 412.5 8. END SPAN CONCRETE RAIL (BARRIER OR OPEN) STRUCTURAL STEEL (w/ PILE BENT PIERS & DRAINS) STRUCTURAL STEEL (w/ PILE BENT PIERS & NO DRAINS) STRUCTURAL STEEL (w/ TEE PIERS & DRAINS) STRUCTURAL STEEL (w/ TEE PIERS & NO DRAINS) EPOXY COATED REINF. 11 29 SPACES @ 10" 6a3 10 | PIER "H" SPACES @ 10": 6a1 "S" OUT TO OUT OF SLAB | PIER 6 10 29 SPACES @ 10" 6a3 11 BOTTOM SLAB REINFORCING BARS SLAB LAYOUT REVI SED 1 0-1 1 .1 323.8 178.8 7-B63 14-B55 387.6 70.1 51.5 274. OF SPACES FOR 6a1 BARS (BOTTOM) 6375 --------NO. SECTIONS 4 & 5 ABUTMENT WINGS ABUTMENT FOOTINGS (w/ WOOD PILES) *** WITH BARRIER RAIL WITH OPEN RAIL WITH BARRIER RAIL WITH OPEN RAIL WITH BARRIER RAIL WITH OPEN RAIL C. LB.1 7.| ABUTMENT BRGS. LB. BRG.9 44. CENTER SPAN PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM.L.Y.147 104.1 ----52.THE ESTI MATED QUANTI TI ES FOR THE STRUCTURAL STEEL WI TH DRAI NS WAS CHANGED. CONSTR. C.4 74.6 58.4 ----52. C.44’ ROADWAY.6 42.3 63.7 138 139 165 142’-3 6’-7 3’-7 3’-6 3’-7 3’-6 527.906 36 16 360 160 320.) 540.4 ----52.6 5689 5009 6943 6263 71.dgn h44-22-07 11x17_pdf.6 5777 5009 7031 6263 86.1 249.6 43.8 7-B59 14-B50 362.2 60.6 62.465 ----22 ----220 ----22 ----220 ----24 ----240 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER CONCRETE PLACEMENT QUANT. L. L. BRG.6 263 264 290 246’-5 10’-2 STRUCTURAL CONCRETE ABUTMENTS (w/ WOOD PILES) ----52.7 58.4 ----52. OF SPACES FOR 6a1 BARS (TOP) STRAIGHT GRADE STRUCTURAL CONCRETE ABUTMENTS (w/ STEEL H PILES) PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM.F. (w/ STEEL H PILES & OPEN RAIL) NO. b3 6a2 (45’-2) 5j1 TOP REINFORCING b3 6a1 5j1 6a2 (1’-11) 1 ’ -7 2’-0 6a1 5b2 MIN. C. LB.962 82.7 59.2 43. JT.Y.Y.6 206.3 73. BRG. SECTIONS 1 & 3 SLAB INCLUDING HAUNCH. LB.Y. C.7 44. (‘LEFT AHEAD SKEW SHOWN.753 77.F.0 169.7 42. C.Y. C.469 101. TREATED FOR TWO ABUTMENTS NO. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 135. (SUPERSTRUCTURE PLUS INTEGRAL ABUTMENTS) SLAB INCLUDING HAUNCH. 247. |-| ABUT.5 153 154 180 154’-9 7’-1 4’-2 4’-1 4’-2 4’-1 604.6 7-C71 364. JOINT "X" "X" 10 "E" SPACES @ 10": 6a1 10 30 SPACES @ 10" 6a2 6 REINFORCING BARS | PIER . ABUT.807 77.6 235.3 48. PIER* "U" "U" "U" "U" KIPS KIPS "E" "H" "J" "S" "X" 3’-8 3’-6 3’-8 3’-6 489.Y.575 76. RIGHT AHEAD SKEW SIMILAR‘) NOTE: CONCRETE DECK SLAB SHALL BE PLACED IN SECTIONS AND SEQUENCES INDICATED.F.4 341.2 8.Y. C.6 197.Y.| PIER | PIER . AT C. ABUT.516 86.6 5689 5009 6943 6263 67.4 ----52.4 78.Y.0 7. NO. (w/ STEEL H PILES & BARRIER RAIL) EPOXY COATED REINF.6 5777 5009 7031 6263 82.0 216.378 ----22 ----220 100. OF WOOD PILES.Y.L.L.6 7-C75 14-C67 481. BRG.9 243 244 270 229’-9 10’-2 4’-9 4’-7 4’-10 4’-8 959. L.9 60.1 44.534 96.8 84.022 72. ABUT.5 42.Y.6 42.5 307.3 264.2 362.673 110.643 32 16 320 160 289. NO. LB. 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 GENERAL DATA VERTICAL CURVE |-| ABUT.623 112.0 57.Y. JT.3 265. TOP OF SLAB TO PIER TOP AT C.2 51.2 81.4 322.900 106.2 71.067 81.8 44.3 384.0 237. PIER REACTION (D. TOP OF SLAB TO PIER TOP AT C. DIAPHRAGM.8 159. DISTANCE FROM C.4 74.7 44. C. | ABUT.L.6 79.2 70.6 ** BEARING PAD.6 214.0 213 214 240 204’-9 9’-2 4’-8 4’-7 4’-8 4’-7 868.3 47.8 7-A50 14-A42 312.6 68.2 83.521 34 16 340 160 304.| PIER "J" SPACES @ 10": 5j1 TOP SLAB 6 30 SPACES @ 10" 6a2 11 "X" "X" CONSTR.1 44.6 70. NO.3 42.7 5742 4894 7223 6375 --------- 401.8 145. C.1 75. SECTION 2 SLAB INCLUDING HAUNCH & PIER DIAPHRAGM.8 195.L.W.9 8.7 44. ALTERNATE PROCEDURES FOR PLACING SLAB CONCRETE MAY BE SUBMITTED FOR APPROVAL TOGETHER WITH A STATEMENT OF THE PROPOSED METHOD AND EVIDENCE THAT THE CONTRACTOR POSSESSES THE NECESSARY EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES TO ACCOMPLISH THE REQUIRED RESULTS. OF SPACES FOR 5j1 BARS (TOP) OUT TO OUT OF SLAB SLAB TRANSVERSE CONSTR.7 44.9 168 169 195 167’-3 7’-7 4’-2 4’-1 4’-2 4’-1 644.

179 63. 1 1 8. B BMS. FOOTING LONGIT.112 391 154 74 40 7’-9 15’-9 6’-6 3.70 (WOOD/STL. ENDS PIER & ABUT.036 318 212 98 40’-0 27’-6 14’-10 13. DIAPH.820 441 166 192 36 16 8 8 29’-4 10’-4 7’-9 9’-0 2. ENDS SLAB LONGITUDINAL. B BMS. BOTT.233 5d1 5d2 5d3 5d4 5d5 5d6 5d7 PIER DIAPH.445 13.177 2.234 67. TOP @ PIERS SLAB LONGITUDINAL.pltcfg . PIER DIAPH. 429 62 60 C BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 VARIES VARIES WEIGHT 30.013 158 74 7’-3 15’-3 3. 3’ -9 C BM.157 BARRIER RAIL OPEN RAIL A BM.533 377 271 36 12 36 12 582 76 76 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 4’-11 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 250 62 253 62 3. SLAB LONGITUDINAL. ABUT.122 NO. L 7/8 x 7/8 x 1/8 x 0.518 1.289 12. AT PILES ABUT.3’-0 C BM.122 NO. TOP ENDS SLAB TRANSV.840 267 360 95 168 24 36 8 10’-6 10’-8 6’-8 11’-5 1.187 3.751 377 271 452 76 76 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2.122 NO.192 2.089 88.812 36 29’-3 2.812 36 29’-3 2.555 377 271 422 76 76 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2.THE OPEN RAI L QUANTI TI ES WERE CHANGED.013 158 74 7’-3 15’-3 3. 8f4. D= PIN DIAMETER 9/29/2011 2:43:44 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.178 63. VERT. #2 PILE SPIRAL (WOOD/STEEL)* SPIRAL SPACERS.F. WING EXT.REINFORCING BAR LIST ONE SUPERSTRUCTURE AND TWO ABUTMENTS BAR 6a1 6a2 6a3 LOCATION SLAB TRANSV.352 11. B. ENDS |-| ABUT.215 8. TRAFFIC FACE ABUT. DIAPH. DIAPH. ABUT. 339 B BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 23.606 98 19’-0 4.840 267 360 95 168 24 36 8 10’-6 10’-8 6’-8 11’-5 1.845 424 212 40’-0 27’-3 17. TO WING ANCHOR ABUT. 529 62 60 C BEAM LENGTH WEIGHT 46’-10 37.689 7. A.192 2.112 6.244 72. B BMS. VERT.398 2.879 10.267 6.B 3’-9 6p3 4 ’ 1 4t1 1 1 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 0 ’ 3 6 3’ -6 2’ -1 0 4’ -0 1 ’ 5 C D=2 2’ -1 1 D=4 1’-6 8 3’-8 1’-6 D=2 11 2’-0 2’-3 07-1 0 3’-11 6 6 4’-2 1 ’ -0 1 ’ -0 11 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . LONGIT. 5d5 D=6 5e1 27’-10 1’-2 A. B 5d6 1 ’ -0 D=2 2’ -7 2’ -7 1 1 1 ’ 4 6 THUS 5 5h4 D=3 A. ABUT.233 98 20’-0 5. LONGIT.267 4. 2007 2’-4 2’ -6 8f3. 10 2’-0 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.013 154 74 40 7’-9 15’-9 6’-6 3.003 83. ABUT.112 396 154 74 40 7’-10 15’-9 6’-7 3.756 12. B BM. B BM. ENDS ABUT. EXTENSION LONGIT.789 530 212 40’-0 29’-1 22. PIER DIAPH.812 3.407 424 212 40’-0 39’-9 17. |-| BEAM BRG.840 267 360 95 152 24 40 8 10’-6 10’-8 6’-8 11’-5 1. WING EXT. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 1 ’ 6 6 6 D=2 1’-6 6 THUS 1 ’ 1 9 D=2 2’-9 2’-1 C 1’-2 D=2 26’-6 6’-8 5k1 3’-10 A.360 377 271 392 76 76 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2. BRG.845 7. ABUT.626 2. TOP @ PIERS SLAB LONGITUDINAL.957 2. ABUT.312 15.dgn h44-23-07 11x17_pdf.405 98 18’-0 3. 2’-8 D=2 1’-0 1’-0 DECK & ABUTMENT REINF. HOOPS PIER DIAPH. 36 29’-3 2. TOP & BOTT. EXTENSION LONGIT.164 76. 64 5’-10 389 64 5’-10 389 64 6’-2 412 64 6’-2 412 64 6’-2 412 64 6’-11 462 64 6’-11 462 64 6’-11 462 64 6’-11 462 4t1 UNDER BEAMS AT ABUTMENTS 14 4’-9 44 14 4’-9 44 14 4’-9 44 14 4’-9 44 14 4’-9 44 14 5’-0 47 14 5’-0 47 14 5’-0 47 14 5’-0 47 REVI SED 07-1 0 . C BM.122 NO.526 13. 399 B BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 28.097 97. D=6 6 3 ’ 1 0 7 2’ -2 6 5e2. TOP & BOTT.812 3. DIAPH. ABUT. C BM.122 NO.478 11. EXTENSION LONGIT. ABUT.192 2. WING EXT. 5e4 5d8 D=3 5k2 5 ’ 1 2’ -2 5p2 D=2 5 8f3 8f4 D=8 D=3 2’-9 8’-2 1 0 D=3 5h3 5p1 5p4 D=2 5p1.267 8.946 377 271 482 76 76 5p1 5p2 6p3 5p4 ABUTMENT HOOPS (WOOD/STEEL) ABUTMENT HOOPS ABUT.44’ ROADWAY. ABUT.847 2.025 424 212 40’-0 33’-6 17. WING HORIZ.)* *EPOXY COATING NOT REQUIRED SUB TOTAL W/ WOOD PILES** SUB TOTAL W/ STEEL H-PILES** **RAIL REINFORCING NOT INCLUDED 30/16 90/48 38’-6 1’-10 193/103 116/62 32/16 96/48 38’-6 1’-10 206/103 123/62 34/16 102/48 38’-6 1’-10 219/103 131/62 36/16 108/48 38’-6 1’-10 231/103 139/62 36/16 108/48 38’-6 1’-10 231/103 139/62 22 66 38’-6 1’-10 141 85 22 66 38’-6 1’-10 141 85 22 66 38’-6 1’-10 141 85 24 72 38’-6 1’-10 154 92 59.192 2.308 3 ’ 0 5d1 D=2 1’-11 A .820 441 166 192 8g1 8g3 6g4 ABUT. LONGIT.338 377 271 36 12 36 12 542 76 76 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 4’-11 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 250 62 253 62 3.736 2. B.812 36 29’-3 2.267 7. 489 62 60 C BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 VARIES VARIES WEIGHT 34.212 VARIES VARIES 2.122 62 VARIES 60 VARIES 62 VARIES 60 VARIES 62 VARIES 60 VARIES 62 VARIES 60 VARIES 62 VARIES 60 VARIES 5b1 5b2 6b3 7b3 8b3 SLAB LONGITUDINAL.665 267 401 95 5s1 WING VERT.823 10. 369 B BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 25.629 59.172 98 17’-0 3.003 13. 42’-6 138’-10 50’-10 42’-6 46’-8 151’-4 55’-0 46’-8 50’-10 163’-10 59’-2 50’-10 55’-0 176’-4 63’-4 55’-0 59’-2 188’-10 67’-6 59’-2 63’-4 201’-4 71’-8 63’-4 67’-6 213’-10 75’-10 67’-6 71’-8 226’-4 80’-0 71’-8 80’-0 243’-0 80’-0 80’-0 BEAM SERIES SHAPE NO. TO WING ANCHOR TOP OF SLAB TRANSV.112 396 5h1 5h2 5h3 5h4 5j1 5k1 5k2 ABUT. WING HORIZ.699 2.820 441 166 192 36 16 8 8 29’-4 10’-4 7’-9 9’-0 2. HOOPS AT ENDS 168/140 8 10’-6 11’-5 1840/1533 120/140 95 8 10’-6 11’-5 1314/1533 128/140 95 8 10’-6 1402/1533 136/140 11’-5 95 8 10’-6 1489/1533 136/140 11’-5 95 8 10’-6 11’-5 1489/1533 95 168 24 36 8 10’-6 10’-8 6’-8 11’-5 1.081 2. 2 ’ 1 0 5e1. DIAPH.431 98 15’-10 3.067 2. TOP & BOTT.122 NO..689 6.058 3.406 72. TIES ENDS PIER DIAPH. VERT.689 8.013 158 74 6’-8 15’-3 2. SLAB TRANSV. B BMS.347 10. LONGIT.192 2. 30 SKEW 4’-11 1’-10 8g3 8f5 6’-6 BENT BAR DETAILS H44-23-07 5d4 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. LONGIT.183 318 212 40’-0 33’-9 13.812 36 16 8 8 29’-4 10’-4 7’-9 9’-0 2.112 391 154 74 40 7’-9 15’-9 6’-7 3.288 2.058 3. 158 74 6’-8 15’-3 2.221 3.192 2.122 NO.460 67.409 6 6 8 1 ’ 5 9. B.192 2.187 3.142 377 271 36 12 36 12 512 76 76 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 4’-11 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 250 62 253 62 3. PIER & ABUT. 5e4 6 ’ 4 8 2’-4 1’-6 1 5e2 5e3 3’ -3 A. DIAPH. HOOPS ENDS 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 3’-9 7’-1 6’-0 10’-0 5’-5 27’-11 27’-9 47 798 225 125 68 466 232 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 3’-9 7’-1 6’-0 10’-0 5’-5 27’-11 27’-9 47 798 225 125 68 466 232 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 3’-9 7’-1 6’-0 10’-0 5’-5 27’-11 27’-9 47 798 225 125 68 466 232 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 3’-9 7’-1 6’-0 10’-0 5’-5 27’-11 27’-9 47 798 225 125 68 466 232 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 3’-9 7’-1 6’-0 10’-0 5’-5 27’-11 27’-9 47 798 225 125 68 466 232 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 24 24 3’-9 6’-9 5’-9 10’-0 5’-5 27’-11 27’-9 11’-0 10’-11 11’-4 2’-7 3’-5 10’-6 47 760 216 125 68 466 232 275 273 567 11 171 44 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 24 24 48 4 48 4 3’-9 6’-9 5’-9 10’-0 5’-5 27’-11 27’-9 11’-0 10’-11 11’-4 2’-7 3’-5 10’-6 47 760 216 125 68 466 232 275 273 567 11 171 44 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 24 24 48 4 48 4 3’-9 6’-9 5’-9 10’-0 5’-5 27’-11 27’-9 11’-0 10’-11 11’-4 2’-7 3’-5 10’-6 47 760 216 125 68 466 232 275 273 567 11 171 44 12 108 36 12 12 16 8 24 24 48 4 48 4 3’-9 6’-9 5’-9 10’-0 5’-5 27’-11 27’-9 11’-0 10’-11 11’-4 2’-7 3’-5 10’-6 47 760 216 125 68 466 232 275 273 567 11 171 44 EPOXY COATED REI NFORCI NG 5d8 5d9 5e1 5e2 5e3 5e4 48 4 48 4 9’-1 2’-7 3’-5 8’-3 455 11 171 34 48 4 48 4 9’-1 2’-7 3’-5 8’-3 455 11 171 34 48 4 48 4 10’-4 2’-7 3’-5 9’-6 517 11 171 40 48 4 48 4 10’-4 2’-7 3’-5 9’-6 517 11 171 40 48 4 48 4 10’-4 2’-7 3’-5 9’-6 517 11 171 40 48 4 48 4 8f1 8f3 8f4 8f5 ABUT. DIAPH. 309 A BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 21.013 158 74 7’-3 15’-3 3.463 318 212 40’-0 40’-0 13.192 2.164 377 271 362 76 76 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2. LONGIT.F. PAVING NOTCH LONGIT. 2 ’ 1 0 8.083 76.058 3.788 9.115 9. TIES PIER DIAPH. 459 62 60 C BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 VARIES VARIES WEIGHT 32.880 11 1’-5 C BM.187 3. DIAPH.192 2.812 36 29’-3 2. 279 A BEAM LENGTH 46’-10 WEIGHT 19.122 NO. BOTT.F.820 441 166 192 36 16 8 8 29’-4 10’-4 7’-9 9’-0 2. (AT RAIL) PAVING NOTCH PAVING NOTCH 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 28 56 28 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 195 287 197 36 12 36 12 6’-8 4’-11 6’-9 4’-11 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 250 62 253 62 3. 5e3 12’-0 8f5 3’ -1 1 D=2 7’-10 5’-3 1’-10 8f1 1’-3 C BM.576 14. 5p4 2’-7 3’-0 A.144 92.794 377 271 332 76 76 6’-3 4’-9 3’-5 2.972 98 20’-0 5. TOP @ PIERS 212 212 98 40’-0 34’-0 12’-10 8.889 318 212 98 40’-0 21’-3 13’-10 13.

pltcfg . @ 10 3 SPA. | BEAMS @ | PIER 5 3 SPA. SIZE WEIGHT 2. @ 1’-3 5 TYP. @ 10 (TYP. SPA. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 5m1 21 SPACES @ 1’-6 = 31’-6 6 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.) a BARS @ 1’-3 8n2 10 10 5 3 SPA.) 3 SPA.) LOW STEP a BARS 5 TYP.8% < G <= 2.) 20 ----- 5 ----- 56 ----195 20 4 ---- 5 8 ---- 56 133 ---398 16 -4 --- 5 -8 --- 45 -217 --491 8 --4 -- 5 --8 -- 22 --342 -621 20 ---4 5 ---8 56 ---426 823 PART ELEVATION VIEW OF PIER CAP GRADE (G): G <= 0.6 1.8% 5m1 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. SIZE WEIGHT 139 30 5 209 33 5 229 37 5 257 49 5 341 5m1 5n1 8n2 8n3 * 8n4 2’-8 12’-5 20’-4 VARIES VARIES TOTAL (LB.) a BARS @ 1’-3 8n3 10 10 5 4 EQ.4% < G <= 1.0% NO.0 2. 5 10 10 6 5 NOTES: THE TABLE BELOW LISTS THE ADDITIONAL CONCRETE VOLUME REQUIRED IN EACH ABUTMENT FOOTING/PIER CAP BASED ON THE ROADWAY GRADE AT EACH ABUTMENT FOOTING/PIER CAP. BAR LENGTH SHAPE NO.5 0.6% < G <= 1. @ 10 3 SPA. TOTAL (LB.0% ADDITIONAL QUANTITIES 30 SKEW H44-24-07 9/29/2011 2:43:45 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.6% * 8n5 G = GRADE (%) | BEAMS @ | PIER 5 3 SPA.1 2. SIZE WEIGHT 1. @ 1’-3 8n4 10 10 5 4 EQ. SPA.8% NO.ALL BEAMS EACH PILE BENT PIER . a BARS 5n1 8n5 5n1 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 5m1 (TYP.ALL BEAMS 0. @ 10 (TYP.8% < G <= 2.dgn h44-24-07 11x17_pdf. SIZE WEIGHT 1.| BEAMS @ | PIER LOW STEP 3 SPA.3 1. 3 ADDITIONAL CONCRETE VOLUME PER SUBSTRUCTURE UNIT (C. @ 10 0. 5 10 10 5 4 EQ.8% < G <= 5. @ 1’-3 5 TYP.4 1. SPA.8% NO.8% < G <= 2. 2007 PART ELEVATION VIEW OF PIER CAP GRADE (G): 2.3 2.0 3 SPA. G <= 0.5 0.8% < G <= 5.4% < G <= 1.9 2. @ 1’-3 5 5 10 10 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . 10 TYP.8% NO. SPA.1 3.8% 5m1 | BEAMS @ | PIER 3 SPA.7 3. SPA.6% < G <= 1. SIZE WEIGHT 1. SIZE WEIGHT 2. LOW STEP 3 SPA. B BEAMS C BEAMS 2% 3% 4% 5% PART ELEVATION VIEW OF PIER CAP GRADE (G): 1. @ 10 3 SPA.) a BARS 5n1 5m1 6’-8 20 5 STEP REINFORCING BAR LIST ONE TEE PIER 5 TYP.9 2. 5n1 3 SPA. YDS.8 3. 5 10 10 5 4 EQ. LOW STEP 3 SPA.6% BAR LENGTH SHAPE NO. 5m1 5m1 3 3 EQ.6 LOW STEP 5 TYP. SIZE WEIGHT 5m1 5m1 5m1 5n1 8n2 8n3 * 8n4 * 8n5 | BEAMS @ | PIER 5 3 SPA.8% < G <= 5.7 3. @ 10 (TYP. 10 TYP.4 4. * 8n4 BARS VARY FROM 31’-3 TO 32’-10 8n5 BARS VARY FROM 39’-2 TO 40’-8 5n1 STEP REINFORCING BAR LIST ONE PILE BENT PIER G <= 0.) 6’-7 20 5 137 30 5 206 33 5 227 37 5 254 49 5 336 2’-8 12’-5 20’-4 VARIES VARIES 20 ----- 5 ----- 56 ----193 20 4 ---- 5 8 ---- 56 133 ---395 16 -4 --- 5 -8 --- 45 -217 --489 8 --4 -- 5 --8 -- 22 --342 -618 20 ---4 5 ---8 56 ---426 818 G = GRADE (%) * 8n4 BARS VARY FROM 31’-3 TO 32’-10 8n5 BARS VARY FROM 39’-2 TO 40’-8 BENT BAR DETAILS 3’-0 TEE PIER PILE BENT PIER 5n1 5m1 1 ’ -1 0 5m1 2’-11 D=2 PART ELEVATION VIEW OF PIER CAP GRADE (G): 1. VALUES MAY BE INTERPOLATED FOR GRADES BETWEEN THE VALUES SHOWN IN THE TABLE.2 1.4% NO.44’ ROADWAY. D = PIN DIAMETER. ADDITIONAL CONCRETE SHOULD BE ADDED TO THE PLANS FOR EACH ABUTMENT FOOTING/PIER CAP THAT HAS 0. OR MORE OF ADDITIONAL CONCRETE.5 1.6% SIZE WEIGHT 0.0% NO. SIZE WEIGHT 1. SIZE WEIGHT 0. 5 10 10 5 3 SPA. OF ADDITIONAL CONCRETE PER SUBSTRUCTURE UNIT.8% NO.Y.4% < G <= 1.4% NO.5 CU.3 2. 8n4 OR 8n5 1% EACH ABUTMENT FOOTING A. 8n3. VALUES SHOULD BE EXCLUDED FOR SCENARIOS THAT HAVE LESS THAN 0. @ 10 TYPICAL SECTION 5n1 5n1 5n1 EACH TEE PIER CAP . YDS.) ROADWAY GRADE AT SUBSTRUCTURE UNIT 5n1 8n2. @ 10 (TYP. 10 TYP.5 CU.

47 0. 4b1 4b2 6 5 3 TOTAL INITIAL PRESTRESS IS BASED ON 72. A55 ONLY) TOPS OF BEAMS ARE TO BE STRUCK OFF LEVEL AND FINSHED AS PER MATERIALS IM570.000 psi.09 0. 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7.94 0. (8" SLAB AND 7’-6 BEAM SPACING) AND ONE CONCRETE DIAPHRAGM (1912 #) OR ONE STEEL DIAPHRAGM (285 #) AT | OF SPAN. IF SOLE PLATE IS REQUIRED FOR BEARING. LENGTH 4 2 40 12 22’-10 3’-3 6’-8 5’-0 4 2 44 12 24’-11 3’-3 6’-8 5’-0 4 2 46 8 8 46 108 27’-0 3’-3 6’-8 5’-0 2’-9 1’-3 2’-8 4 2 50 8 12 50 116 29’-1 3 1 1 D=1 1’-1 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 3’-3 4b2 6’-8 5’-0 2’-9 1’-3 D=1 2’-8 10 3c1 2’-6 4b5 2 3e 6 1’-1 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE D=2 8 2’ -5 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . STEEL 4a2 4b2 WITH 1’-0 PROJECTIONS AND SHOP BENT AS SHOWN. DESIGN: A. PULL OUT CAPACITY) MINIMUM CONCRETE f’c (AT 28 DAYS) SHALL BE 7.000 psi. LRFD.17 0. ~ D .1 | -| CONC. PER SQUARE FOOT OF ROADWAY FOR FUTURE WEARING SURFACE. FOR DIFFERENT SLAB AND DIAPHRAGM WEIGHTS.THE SPECI FI CATI ON REFERENCES WERE CHANGED.) HOLD DOWN DEFLECTION (in.22 2-"‰ A42 2-1"‰ A46 .3 8. f’s = 270.88 0.5 11. HOLES MUST BE CAST IN THE WEB TO ACCOMMODATE THE STEEL DIAPHRAGM ATTACHMENTS AS DETAILED ON THE STEEL DIAPHRAGM DETAIL SHEET.35 1. in.70 0.8 0.9 553.29 1. A 4 A *A50 *A55 4 2’ -3 2 4 4 4 2 TYPICAL AT BOTH BEAM ENDS 1 DEFLECTIONS AT MID-SPAN DUE TO WEIGHT OF SLAB AND DIAPHRAGM.6" 0.H.) ~ D PERMISSIBLE SPACING STRAI GHT KI PS AT RELEASE AFTER LOSSES IMMEDIATE 1 (ELASTIC) ~ ” TIME (PLASTIC) ~ 2 T HL93 LOADING CONC. 3e ** WHERE DEFLECTING STRANDS INTERFERE WITH PLACEMENT. LRFD SPECIFICATIONS FOR HIGHWAY BRIDGES.4 9.09 0.LIFTING LOOPS 4b1 A BEAM DATA OVERALL BEAM TOTAL I NI TI AL 2 TOP DEFLECTED OR STRAIGHT STRANDS BEARI NG SPAN LENGTH LENGTH ( L) ARE TO BE CUT WITH 1’-0 PROJECTIONS AND SHOP BENT UP OR DOWN AS SHOWN BEAM (BEND TOP AND BOTTOM ROWS).05 L MAXIMUM STRAND PROJECTION AT BEAM ENDS WHEN EMBEDDED IN CONCRETE END DIAPHRAGMS 1 THE DEFLECTIONS SHOWN ARE FOR A SLAB WEIGHT OF 757 #/FT. SOME IN-PLACE BENDING MAY BE NECESSARY. THREE SPAN BRIDGE ~~4b1 4 3d 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 20 1’-6 20 1’-6 18 1’-6 18 1’-6 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.pltcfg STEEL-( l b) 3 REI NFORCI NG -9 ’ 1 R= .12 0.6" 0. OF THE STANDARD MINIMUM f’ci AT RELEASE SHALL BE 6.4 9. BE SET IN FORMS WHEN BEAM IS CAST AND FORMED OUT BELOW TO EXCLUDE CONCRETE AS DETAILED ON THE BEARING SHEET. HOLD DOWN POINTS FOR DEFLECTED STRANDS MAY BE MOVED TOWARD ENDS OF BEAM A DISTANCE OF 0. CURRENT SERIES. D = PIN DIAMETER.13 0. 2 DEFLECTIONS DUE TO THE COMBINED EFFECT OF CREEP DUE TO AT PRODUCER’S OPTION.000 psi. * " COIL TIES (MINIMUM 9000 LBS.69 0. I. f’c = 5000 psi CONCRETE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 5. DIAPH. DESIGN STRESSES: DESIGN STRESSES FOR THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS ARE TO BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH A.30 0.A55 1’-4 1’-6 7 8 9 10 2 2 3 3 3.S.65 0. WITH CURRENT APPLICABLE SPECIAL PROVISIONS AND SUPPLEMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS.000 LBS. ARE TO BE AT LEAST 28 DAYS OLD BEFORE THE FLOOR IS PLACED UNLESS A SHORTER CURING TIME IS APPROVED BY THE BRIDGE ENGINEER. T ” (B) ~ D = ~ +~ FOR T END SPANS OF CONTINUOUS BRIDGE.23 0. ) (TONS) CONCRETE WEIGHT 452 488 503 547 STRANDS SHALL BE CUT OFF REASONABLY FLUSH WITH THE CONCRETE. DIAPH. THE PORTIONS OF THE PRESTRESS BEAMS THAT ARE TO BE EMBEDDED IN THE ABUTMENT AND PIER DIAPHRAGMS SHALL BE ROUGHENED FOR A DISTANCE OF 10" FROM THE BEAM END BY 3d WEIGHT OF SLAB AND DIAPHRAGMS FOR DETAILING PURPOSE: (A) ~ D = ~ +~ FOR SIMPLE SPAN.H.O. OF STRANDS DEFLECTED PRESTRESS FORCE-KI PS CAMBER (in. FOR ELASTIC SHORTENING.16 0.Y.7 8.6% f’s. ~ D = ~” + ~ TFOR INTERIOR SPANS OF CONTINUOUS BRIDGE. SANDBLASTING OR OTHER APPROVED METHODS TO PROVIDE SUITABLE BOND BETWEEN THE BEAM AND THE DIAPHRAGM IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 2403. THE BEAM 3 REINFORCING BAR LIST 2’ -1 0 4 BEAM SPAN BAR 5a1 4a2 ~~ 4b1 4b2 4b5 3c1 ** ~~ 4b1 BARS TO BE EPOXY COATED.217 sq.O. STEEL CONC. THE REMAINING BOTTOM A42 *A46 42’-6 43’-6 46’-8 47’-8 50’-10 51’-10 55’-0 56’-0 0.6" DIAMETER STRANDS STRESSED TO NOT MORE THAN 5.6" 0. ” (C) 2" cl . (EXCEPT AS NOTED) PRESTRESSING STEEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 5. RADIUS TO | BAR. GRADE 60. WITH MINOR MODIFICATIONS.02 1.24 1. FOUR BOTTOM STRANDS ARE TO BE CUT STRAND SI ZE NO. SERIES OF 2007. 6 3 NOTES: THESE BEAMS ARE DESIGNED FOR AASHTO LIVE LOADS AS INDICATED IN ABOVE TABLE WITH AN ALLOWANCE OF 20 lb. LENGTH NO.03. LIFTING LOOPS ARE TO BE STRUCTURAL GRADE. TOTAL BEAM DEFLECTIONS AT | OF SPAN. SOLE PLATE IS TO COIL TIE DETAIL NUMBER AND EXACT LOCATION OF COIL TIES TO BE AS DETAILED ON SPECIFIC BRIDGE DESIGN.DIAPH.50 0. THE REMAINING TOP STRANDS ARE TO BE CUT WITH 0’-3 PROJECTIONS.38 0. DIAPH.A.82 4.S. LENGTH NO.82 2. EACH MAY BE USED IN LIEU OF THE a BARS WHICH RUN THE FULL LENGTH OF THE BEAM IN THE TOP FLANGE. 2007 A BEAM DETAILS H44-25-07 9/29/2011 2:43:46 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. SPECIFICATIONS: 1’-4 SPECIFICATIONS. CREEP AND SHRINKAGE. 3d 40 104 1’-3 2’-8 44 112 1’-3 2’-8 SHAPE A42 42’-6 A46 46’-8 A50 50’-10 A55 55’-0 D=2 8 3 D=2 NO.76 1.1 7.15 4.49 ( C. BEARINGS SHALL BE AS DETAILED ON OTHER DESIGN SHEETS. 383 426 510.44’ ROADWAY. STEEL DIAPH. f’s = 270 ksi AND As = 0.T. DEFLECTIONS WILL BE DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL. ALL BEAMS ARE TO BE INCREASED IN LENGTH TO COMPENSATE SECTION A-A SHOWING PLACEMENT OF STIRRUPS NEAR END OF BEAM CONSTRUCTION: STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS OF THE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION.49 3. 0. 4b5 (A50 & WEIGHT OF SLAB AND SHRINKAGE OF SLAB.6" DIAPH. DATA WAS UPDATED TO THE CURRENT BEAMS. LENGTH NO. IF THE STEEL DIAPHRAGM OPTION IS ALLOWED AND USED. DUE TO LIFTING LOOP DETAIL ALTERNATE TYPES MAY BE SUBSTITUTED WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE ENGINEER.A. SERIES OF 2007: REINFORCING STEEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 5. REVI SED 1 1 -09 . BEAMS TO BE USED IN BRIDGES MADE CONTINUOUS BY THE POURED IN PLACE FLOOR. ALL PRESTRESSING STRANDS SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A416 GRADE 270 LOW RELAXATION STRANDS.T.7 10.dgn h44-25-07 11x17_pdf.35 0.

dgn h44-26-07 11x17_pdf. 3d 1* 4‘@‘9‘=‘3’-0 11 3‘@‘1’-0 4 @ 1’-2 = 4’-8 7 @ 1’-4 = 9’-4 8 ~ ~ ‘ * | 2 3 4 4a2 ~~4b1 4b2 1’-1 3c1 2 1 " 4 BAR 4a2 2 1 2 BARS 5a1 DEFLECTED STRANDS 2 5a1 STRAI GHT STRANDS 2’ -8 3 1 ’ -4 6 3 A42 4 6 1 3@3 6 @ 4 3e 37 3 @ 9 4b2. THREE SPAN BRIDGE REVI SED 1 1 -09 . 3c1. 3c1. 3d 2 5 4’-3 5 5 3d 3e 42’-6 |-| BEARINGS 2 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 43’-6 END TO END OF BEAM 4 22 2 4 22 4 2 1’-5 BEAM A42 | BRG. 3c1. 3d 1* 5‘@‘9‘=‘3’-9 BAR 4a2 2‘@‘1’-1 5 @ 1’-2 = 5’-10 1’-3 9 @ 1’-4 = 12’-0 2 BARS 5a1 8 | 4a2 4b2 3c1 2 2 STRANDS 5a1 STRAI GHT 22 2 6‘@‘2 2 STRANDS 4b5 3d 3e 2 4b5 @ 4 1 DETAI LS. ~ ~ ‘ * 2 3 4 4b1. 3d 2 2 4 4’-8 3d 3e 46’-8 |-| BEARINGS SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 47’-8 END TO END OF BEAM 4 2 BEAM A46 ~~4b1 | BRG.05 in.| BRG. ~~ ~ ‘ * 22 3 4 4b1. A BEAM DETAILS H44-26-07 9/29/2011 2:43:48 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 2007 2 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 6‘@‘2 2 BEAM A55 NOTE: DIMENSIONS FOR THE LOCATION OF THE DEFLECTED STRANDS ARE AT | BEAM AND END OF BEAM. 3d 2 7 5’-1 2 DETAI LS WERE UPDATED TO THE CURRENT BEAM 50’-10 |-| BEARINGS SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 51’-10 END TO END OF BEAM 4 22 BEAM A50 ~~4b1 | BRG.⁄ Y b = ” = BAR 4a2 2 DEFLECTED 2 1 2 BARS 5a1 STRANDS 5a1 STRAI GHT 222 2 4 22 4 2 STRANDS A46 4 6 1 3@3 6 @ 4 3e 37 3 @ 9 4b2.pltcfg . 3d 4 6 5’-6 3d 3e APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .5 in¢ 14. 3c1. DEFLECTED STRANDS 2 5a1 STRANDS 4b5 STRAI GHT STRANDS * KEEP 1 DEFLECTED 4b5 @ 4 2@2 ~ DIMENSIONS AT END OF BEAM ~~ EPOXY COATED BARS A55 6 6 1 8‘@‘4‘=‘3’-0 3e 3 @ 9 4b2. 3d 1* 5‘@‘9‘=‘3’-9 BAR 4a2 1’-0 2‘@‘1’-1 1’-1 5 @ 1’-2 = 5’-10 10 @ 1’-4 = 13’-4 2 BARS 5a1 8 | 4a2 4b2 3c1 2 NOTE: BARS 3d ARE TO BE PLACED IN PAIRS. A50 6 6 1 8‘@‘4‘=‘3’-0 3e 3 @ 9 4b2. 4b1. 34.THE BEAM 22 55’-0 |-| BEARINGS 56’-0 END TO END OF BEAM 222 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 3d 1* 5‘@‘9‘=‘3’-9 2‘@‘10 1’-1 5 @ 1’-2 = 5’-10 8 @ 1’-4 = 10’-8 8 | 4a2 ~~4b1 4b2 3c1 2 5 6 "A" BEAM CROSS SECTION A = 311.44’ ROADWAY. ~~ ~ ‘ * DEFLECTED 2 2 3 4 4b1.082 in.

10 0.6% f’s. 6 3 STRAND PROJECTION AT BEAM ENDS WHEN ‘EMBEDDED IN CONCRETE END DIAPHRAGMS 1 1 DEFLECTIONS AT MID-SPAN DUE TO WEIGHT OF SLAB AND DIAPHRAGM.19 0.30 1. DESIGN: A.60 55’-0 56’-0 0.O. SOLE PLATE IS TO BE SET IN FORMS WHEN BEAM IS CAST AND FORMED OUT BELOW TO EXCLUDE CONCRETE AS DETAILED ON THE BEARING SHEET.03. DEFLECTIONS WILL BE DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL.8 13.11 0.16 0. TOTAL INITIAL PRESTRESS AND As = 0. THE REMAINING TOP STRANDS ARE TO BE CUT WITH 0’-3 PROJECTIONS. ARE TO BE AT LEAST 28 DAYS OLD 5 (A) ~ D = ~ +~ FOR SIMPLE SPAN.O.92 6. BEARINGS SHALL BE AS DETAILED ON OTHER DESIGN SHEETS. 425 468 554 639 724 10. PER SQUARE FOOT OF ROADWAY FOR FUTURE WEARING SURFACE.77 0.THE SPECI FI CATI ON REFERENCES WERE CHANGED. WITH MINOR MODIFICATIONS.33 6. HOLES MUST BE CAST IN THE WEB TO ACCOMMODATE THE STEEL DIAPHRAGM ATTACHMENTS AS DETAILED ON THE STEEL DIAPHRAGM DETAIL SHEET.24 1. CONCRETE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 5.B67 1’-4 1’-6 STRANDS SHALL BE CUT OFF REASONABLY FLUSH WITH THE CONCRETE. (8" SLAB AND 7’-6 BEAM SPACING) AND ONE CONCRETE DIAPHRAGM (2270 #) OR ONE NOTES: THESE BEAMS ARE DESIGNED FOR AASHTO LIVE LOADS AS INDICATED IN ABOVE TABLE WITH AN ALLOWANCE OF 20 lb.14 0.pltcfg STEEL-( l b) 3 REI NFORCI NG -7 2’ R= . LENGTH NO. 4b5 (B63 DETAI LS.10 5. ) (TONS) CONCRETE WEIGHT 607 635 680 733 778 A A *B55 *B59 *B63 4 *B67 4 2’ -1 0 2 4 4 4 2 TYPICAL AT BOTH BEAM ENDS. DESIGN STRESSES: DESIGN STRESSES FOR THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS ARE TO BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH A. LENGTH 4 2 44 12 27’-3 4’-2 7’-10 6’-2 4 2 46 12 29’-4 4’-2 7’-10 6’-2 4 2 50 12 31’-5 4’-2 7’-10 6’-2 4 2 52 12 12 52 128 24 33’-6 4’-2 7’-10 6’-2 3’-3 1’-5 2’-10 1’-8 4 2 56 12 12 56 136 24 35’-7 5 1 1 D=1 1’-1 4b2 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 4’-2 7’-10 6’-2 6 3’-3 1’-5 D=1 2’-10 10 1’-8 3’-1 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. SECTION A-A SHOWING PLACEMENT OF STIRRUPS NEAR END OF BEAM SPECIFICATIONS: CONSTRUCTION: STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS OF THE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. DIAPH. REVI SED 1 1 -09 . THREE SPAN BRIDGE ~~4b1 4 3d PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. f’s = 270.dgn h44-27-07 11x17_pdf. & B67 ONLY) STEEL DIAPHRAGM (285 #) AT | OF SPAN.27 2-"‰ B50 2-1"‰ B55 .LIFTING LOOPS 4b1 2 TOP DEFLECTED OR STRAIGHT STRANDS OVERALL BEAM DI A. RADIUS TO | BAR. in. STEEL 4a2 4b2 WITH 1’-0 PROJECTIONS AND SHOP BENT AS SHOWN. SUITABLE BOND BETWEEN THE BEAM AND THE DIAPHRAGM IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 2403. OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS.000 LBS. ~ D .21 0. 3d DEFLECTIONS DUE TO THE COMBINED EFFECT OF CREEP DUE TO WEIGHT OF SLAB AND SHRINKAGE OF SLAB.2 12. PULL OUT CAPACITY) f’s = 270 ksi * 1’-4 MINIMUM CONCRETE f’c (AT 28 DAYS) SHALL BE 7. SERIES OF 2007: ~~4b1 BARS TO BE EPOXY COATED. LENGTH NO. IF THE STEEL DIAPHRAGM OPTION IS ALLOWED AND USED. 2007 B BEAM DETAILS H44-27-07 9/29/2011 2:43:49 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.69 1. OF STRANDS B BEAM DATA LENGTH ( L) PRESTRESS FORCE-KI PS CAMBER (in. DIAPH. 2 LIFTING LOOP DETAIL ALTERNATE TYPES MAY BE SUBSTITUTED WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE ENGINEER.99 2. ** WHERE DEFLECTING STRANDS INTERFERE WITH PLACEMENT. ALL BEAMS ARE TO BE INCREASED IN LENGTH TO COMPENSATE FOR ELASTIC SHORTENING. STEEL CONC.2 12. SOME IN-PLACE BENDING MAY BE NECESSARY.09 0.) ~ D PERMISSIBLE SPACING STRAI GHT DEFLECTED KI PS AT RELEASE AFTER LOSSES IMMEDIATE 1 (ELASTIC) ~ ” TIME (PLASTIC) ~ 2 T HL93 LOADING CONC. D = PIN DIAMETER. 50’-10 51’-10 0. TOTAL BEAM DEFLECTIONS AT | OF SPAN.000 psi.Y. EACH MAY BE USED IN LIEU OF THE a BARS WHICH RUN THE FULL LENGTH OF THE BEAM IN THE TOP FLANGE.43 0.3 11.217 sq. 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 10. COIL TIE DETAIL NUMBER AND EXACT LOCATION OF COIL TIES TO BE AS DETAILED ON SPECIFIC BRIDGE DESIGN. 3 REINFORCING STEEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 5.12 1. CREEP AND SHRINKAGE.000 psi.( i nches) BEARI NG ARE TO BE CUT WITH 1’-0 PROJECTIONS SPAN LENGTH AND SHOP BENT UP OR DOWN AS SHOWN (BEND TOP AND BOTTOM ROWS). STEEL DIAPH.23 0. PRESTRESSING STEEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 5.H.84 1. FOR DIFFERENT SLAB AND DIAPHRAGM WEIGHTS.6" DIAMETER STRANDS STRESSED TO NOT MORE THAN 5.60 8 8 10 12 14 2 3 3 3 3 5.3 11.T. GRADE 60.39 0. WITH CURRENT APPLICABLE SPECIAL PROVISIONS AND SUPPLEMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS. LIFTING LOOPS ARE TO BE STRUCTURAL GRADE.32 2. DIAPH. LRFD SPECIFICATIONS FOR HIGHWAY BRIDGES.6 0. DUE TO WEIGHT OF SLAB AND DIAPHRAGMS FOR DETAILING PURPOSE: 2" cl .6 | -| CONC.51 1. T ” (B) ~ D = ~ +~ FOR T END SPANS OF CONTINUOUS BRIDGE. ” (C) ~ = ~” + ~ TFOR INTERIOR SPANS OF CONTINUOUS BRIDGE. FOUR BOTTOM STRANDS ARE TO BE CUT BEAM TOTAL I NI TI AL STRAND SI ZE NO. HOLD DOWN POINTS FOR DEFLECTED STRANDS MAY BE MOVED TOWARD ENDS OF BEAM A DISTANCE OF 0.1 13. CURRENT SERIES.13 0.58 0.82 0.21 0.60 67’-6 68’-6 0.60 59’-2 60’-2 0.29 0.) HOLD DOWN DEFLECTION (in.A. ALL PRESTRESSING STRANDS SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A416 GRADE 270 LOW RELAXATION STRANDS.67 0. THE DEFLECTIONS SHOWN ARE FOR A SLAB WEIGHT OF 757 #/FT. f’c = 5000 psi (EXCEPT AS NOTED) IF SOLE PLATE IS REQUIRED FOR BEARING.51 5.S. I. BEFORE THE FLOOR IS PLACED UNLESS A SHORTER CURING TIME IS APPROVED BY THE BRIDGE ENGINEER.60 63’-4 64’-4 0.H.98 0.0 12. THE PORTIONS OF THE PRESTRESS BEAMS THAT ARE TO BE " COIL TIES (MINIMUM 9000 LBS. BEAMS TO BE USED IN BRIDGES MADE CONTINUOUS BY THE POURED IN PLACE FLOOR. EMBEDDED IN THE ABUTMENT AND PIER DIAPHRAGMS SHALL BE ROUGHENED FOR A DISTANCE OF 10" FROM THE BEAM END BY SANDBLASTING OR OTHER APPROVED METHODS TO PROVIDE MINIMUM f’ci AT RELEASE SHALL BE 6.05 L MAXIMUM AT PRODUCER’S OPTION.74 ( C. SERIES OF 2007. LENGTH NO. 4b5 3c1 3 1’-1 3e 1 1 -09 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE D=2 3’ -0 8 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . 0. THE BEAM REINFORCING BAR LIST 3’ -5 SPAN BAR 6a1 4a2 ~~ 4b1 4b2 4b5 3c1 ** 3d 3e 44 112 24 1’-5 2’-10 1’-8 46 116 24 1’-5 2’-10 1’-8 50 124 24 1’-5 2’-10 1’-8 SHAPE 50’-10 55’-0 59’-2 63’-4 67’-6 D=2 4 BEAM B50 B55 B59 B63 B67 8 3 D=2 NO.54 0.S. THE REMAINING BOTTOM B50 DIAPH. LENGTH NO. LRFD. 4b1 4b2 6 DETAI LS WERE UPDATED TO THE CURRENT BEAM TOPS OF BEAMS ARE TO BE STRUCK OFF LEVEL AND FINSHED AS PER MATERIALS IM570.DIAPH.91 1.000 psi.44’ ROADWAY.85 1. D 3 IS BASED ON 72.A.T.8 14.

B BEAM DETAILS H44-28-07 9/29/2011 2:43:50 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 3d 2 2 4 5’-1 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 3d 3e STRANDS 1 ’ -8 5 5 50’-10 |-| BEARINGS 3@3 6 @ 4 2@5 3e 51’-10 END TO END OF BEAM 222 ~~4b1 24 * 4a2 2 2 2 DEFLECTED STRANDS 2 2 3 ~~ ~ 4b2 22 | BRG. 3d 1* 5 @ 9 = 3’-9 5 @ 1’-0 = 5’-0 1’-2 6 @ 1’-3 = 7’-6 10 @ 1’-7 = 15’-10 9 BAR 4a2 | APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . 62. 3d 67’-6 |-| BEARINGS 2 6 6 6’-9 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 3@3 8‘@‘4‘=‘3’-0 3e 68’-6 END TO END OF BEAM NOTE: DIMENSIONS FOR THE LOCATION OF THE DEFLECTED STRANDS ARE AT | BEAM AND END OF BEAM.06 in. 3d 1* 4‘@‘9‘=‘3’-0 4 @ 1’-1 = 4’-4 1’-1 6 @ 1’-3 = 7’-6 7 @ 1’-7 = 11’-1 9 | 2 4 2 2 4 2 BAR 4a2 2 3c1 6a1 7 6 1’-5 BEAM B50 2@2 1 2 BARS 6a1 "B" BEAM STRAI GHT STRANDS B55 CROSS SECTION A = 382. 3c1. 3d 1* 5‘@‘9‘=‘3’-9 10 4 @ 1’-1 = 4’-4 6 @ 1’-3 = 7’-6 8 @ 1’-7 = 12’-8 9 2 2 2 2 DEFLECTED STRANDS | 3c1 6a1 BEAM B55 BAR 4a2 2@2 3d 3e B59 STRANDS 1 GHT 2 2 2 STRAI 2 BARS 6a1 2 4 ~~4b1 24 * 24 * 4a2 22 3 ~~ ~ 4b2 4a2 ~~ ~ 22 3 ~~4b1 4b2 4 6 1 37 3 @ 9 4b2.⁄ Y b = ” = 3d 3e 4 6 1 37 2 @ 9 11 4b2.¢ 17. 3d 1* 4‘@‘9‘=‘3’-0 11 4‘@‘1’-1‘=‘4’-4 7 @ 1’-3 = 8’-9 5 @ 1’-7 = 7’-11 9 | 24 * 4a2 ~ ~ 2 3 ~~4b1 4b2 BAR 4a2 1’-1 DEFLECTED STRANDS 6a1 1 " 2 1 2 BARS 6a1 2 3c1 5 B50 3 6 3 STRAI GHT 3’ -3 4 6 1 37 2 @ 9 10 4b2.5 in. 3c1. 4b1.44’ ROADWAY. 3d 1* 5 @ 9 = 3’-9 4 @ 1’-1 = 4’-4 6 @ 1’-3 = 7’-6 1’-4 9 @ 1’-7 = 14’-3 9 | 3c1 2 2 2 DEFLECTED STRANDS 6a1 2 3c1 6a1 BEAM B59 BAR 4a2 2 2 2 DEFLECTED STRANDS 4b5 GHT 2 2 2 STRAI STRANDS 4b5 GHT 2 2 2 STRAI STRANDS DETAI LS WERE UPDATED TO THE CURRENT BEAM 3d 3e 3d 3e 4b5 @ 4 2@2 2 BARS 6a1 1 NOTE: BARS 3d ARE TO BE PLACED IN PAIRS. 3c1. 4b1. 3c1.| BRG. 4b1. 4b1.pltcfg . 2 | BRG. 3c1.000 in. 3d 2 4 6 6’-4 2 6‘@‘2 2 2 6‘@‘2 2 * KEEP 63’-4 |-| BEARINGS SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 64’-4 END TO END OF BEAM ~ DIMENSIONS AT END OF BEAM BEAM B63 BEAM B67 ~~ EPOXY COATED BARS | BRG. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 4b5 @ 4 2@2 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . B63 DEFLECTED STRANDS 4 6 1 3@3 8‘@‘4‘=‘3’-0 3e 37 3 @ 9 4b2. 4b1.dgn h44-28-07 11x17_pdf. 2007 4 6 1 37 3 @ 9 4b2. 3d 2 2 6 5’-11 59’-2 |-| BEARINGS SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 3@3 8‘@‘4‘=‘3’-0 3e 2 6‘@‘2 2 60’-2 END TO END OF BEAM DETAI LS.THE BEAM 1 2 BARS 6a1 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 B67 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 3d 2 55’-0 |-| BEARINGS 6 5’-6 ~~4b1 24 * SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | 4a2 ~~ ~ 22 3 4b2 3@3 6 @ 4 2@6 3e 56’-0 END TO END OF BEAM 2 6‘@‘2 2 | BRG.

14 0. IF THE STEEL DIAPHRAGM OPTION IS ALLOWED AND USED.000 psi. CURRENT SERIES.18 0.62 2. THE REMAINING BOTTOM STRANDS SHALL BE CUT OFF REASONABLY FLUSH WITH THE CONCRETE. BEARINGS SHALL BE AS DETAILED ON OTHER DESIGN SHEETS.pltcfg STEEL-( l b) 3 ( C. SOME IN-PLACE BENDING MAY BE NECESSARY. OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS.92 16 22 21 1.T. RADIUS TO | OF BAR.05 L MAXIMUM AT PRODUCER’S OPTION.31 16 18 14 14 16 4 6 6 9. 3 3’ -4 4 6 4 3 A A C67 *C71 *C75 *C80 766 851 937 75’-10 76’-10 0.S.60 0.20 0. (8" SLAB AND 7’-6 BEAM SPACING) AND ONE CONCRETE DIAPHRAGM (2635 #) OR ONE STEEL DIAPHRAGM (285 #) AT | OF SPAN.82 0.71 0. DUE TO WEIGHT OF SLAB AND DIAPHRAGMS FOR DETAILING PURPOSE: (A) ~ D = ~ +~ FOR SIMPLE SPAN.90 0. THE DEFLECTIONS SHOWN ARE FOR A SLAB WEIGHT OF 757 #/FT. DIAPH. SECTION 5.S.21 1. BEAMS TO BE USED IN BRIDGES MADE CONTINUOUS BY THE POURED IN PLACE FLOOR. THE TOP AND BOTTOM DEFLECTED STRANDS OF BEAMS C71 THROUGH C80 ARE TO BE CUT WITH 1’-0 PROJECTIONS AND SHOP BENT UP OR STRAND SI ZE NO. REVI SED 1 1 -09 . GRADE 60.6" DIAMETER STRANDS STRESSED TO NOT MORE THAN 5.54 0. THE REMAINING TOP STRANDS ARE TO BE CUT WITH 0’-3 C63 63’-4 64’-4 67’-6 68’-6 71’-8 72’-8 0. PULL OUT CAPACITY) IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 2403.76 0.4 22. SECTION A-A SHOWING PLACEMENT 1’-7 CURRENT APPLICABLE SPECIAL PROVISIONS AND SUPPLEMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS. LRFD.13 2. T ” 3d DETAI LS.76 536 576 855 925 1191 1’-4 1’-6 PROJECTIONS. ARE TO BE AT LEAST 28 DAYS OLD (B) ~ D = ~ +~ FOR END SPANS OF CONTINUOUS BRIDGE. CONCRETE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 5. STEEL CONC. EACH MAY BE USED IN LIEU OF THE a BARS WHICH RUN THE FULL LENGTH OF THE BEAM IN THE TOP FLANGE.15 0.33 0. BEFORE THE FLOOR IS PLACED UNLESS A SHORTER CURING TIME IS APPROVED BY THE BRIDGE ENGINEER. ) -5 3’ R= .59 0.) ~ D PERMISSIBLE SPACING CONCRETE WEIGHT (TONS) STRAI GHT DEFLECTED KI PS AT RELEASE AFTER LOSSES IMMEDIATE 1 (ELASTIC) ~ ” TIME (PLASTIC) ~ 2 T HL93 LOADING CONC. HOLES MUST BE CAST IN THE WEB TO ACCOMMODATE THE STEEL DIAPHRAGM ATTACHMENTS AS DETAILED ON THE STEEL DIAPHRAGM DETAIL SHEET. HOLD DOWN POINTS FOR DEFLECTED STRANDS MAY BE MOVED TOWARD ENDS OF BEAM A DISTANCE OF 0. LENGTH NO. 681 766 0. LENGTH 6 3’-7 6b5 4b2 8’-10 ~~4b1 7’-2 9 3’-9 1’-8 3’-0 1’-10 5 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.dgn h44-29-07 11x17_pdf.8 | -| CONC. WITH MINOR MODIFICATIONS. TOTAL BEAM DEFLECTIONS AT | OF SPAN. OF STIRRUPS NEAR END OF BEAM COIL TIE DETAIL NUMBER AND EXACT LOCATION OF COIL TIES TO BE AS DETAILED ON SPECIFIC BRIDGE DESIGN.H.88 1.( i nches) SPAN LENGTH BEARI NG LENGTH ( L) C63 AND C67 ARE TO BE CUT WITH 1’-0 PROJECTIONS AND SHOP BENT BEAM UP.6 23. f’s = 270 ksi 9 4b1 8 4b2 * MINIMUM CONCRETE f’c (AT 28 DAYS) SHALL BE 6. SERIES OF 2007: REINFORCING STEEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 5.24 0. SPECIFICATIONS: " COIL TIES (MINIMUM 9000 LBS.19 0. 0.70 0. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 4 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 1"‰ LIFTING LOOPS 4 FOUR BOTTOM STRANDS ARE TO BE CUT WITH 1’-0 PROJECTIONS AND SHOP BENT AS SHOWN. LENGTH NO. OF STRANDS REI NFORCI NG PRESTRESS FORCE-KI PS CAMBER (in.31 0. in.60 0. 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 7’-6 18.44’ ROADWAY. D = PIN DIAMETER.34 2.) HOLD DOWN DEFLECTION (in.LIFTING LOOPS 4b1 C BEAM DATA OVERALL BEAM TOTAL I NI TI AL THE TOP STRAIGHT STRANDS OF BEAMS DI A. STEEL 4a2 4b2 DOWN AS SHOWN. ALL PRESTRESSING STRANDS SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A416 GRADE 270 LOW RELAXATION STRANDS.217 sq. I. LENGTH NO.T.99 1.THE SPECI FI CATI ON REFERENCES WERE CHANGED. FOR DIFFERENT SLAB AND DIAPHRAGM WEIGHTS.34 9.DIAPH.O.33 1. DIAPH.60 80’-0 81’-0 0.9 20. LIFTING LOOPS ARE TO BE STRUCTURAL GRADE. DIAPH. 6 3 STRAND PROJECTION AT BEAM ENDS WHEN EMBEDDED IN CONCRETE END DIAPHRAGMS 1 6b5 DEFLECTIONS DUE TO THE COMBINED EFFECT OF CREEP DUE TO WEIGHT OF SLAB AND SHRINKAGE OF SLAB. T ” (C) 3 ~ = ~” + ~ TFOR INTERIOR SPANS OF CONTINUOUS BRIDGE. LRFD SPECIFICATIONS FOR HIGHWAY BRIDGES. f’c = 5000 psi (EXCEPT AS NOTED) PRESTRESSING STEEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH ** WHERE DEFLECTING STRANDS INTERFERE WITH PLACEMENT. PER SQUARE FOOT OF ROADWAY FOR FUTURE WEARING SURFACE. ~~ 4b1 BARS TO BE EPOXY COATED.03. STEEL DIAPH.95 10. IF SOLE PLATE IS REQUIRED FOR BEARING.A.000 LBS. f’s = 270.25 0.Y.A. LIFTING LOOP DETAIL ALTERNATE TYPES MAY BE SUBSTITUTED WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE ENGINEER. D DETAI LS WERE UPDATED TO THE CURRENT BEAM IS BASED ON 72. SOLE PLATE IS TO BE SET IN FORMS WHEN BEAM IS CAST AND FORMED OUT BELOW TO EXCLUDE CONCRETE AS DETAILED ON THE BEARING SHEET. DEFLECTIONS WILL BE DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL.55 11. SERIES OF 2007. THE BEAM REINFORCING BAR LIST BEAM SPAN BAR 6a1 4a2 8a3 ~~ 4b1 4b2 6b5 3c1 ** 3d 3e 46 12 4 46 116 26 8’-10 7’-2 3’-9 1’-8 3’-0 1’-10 48 12 8 48 120 26 8’-10 7’-2 3’-9 1’-8 3’-0 1’-10 54 12 8 54 132 26 8’-10 7’-2 3’-9 1’-8 3’-0 1’-10 58 12 12 58 140 26 8’-10 7’-2 3’-9 1’-8 3’-0 1’-10 2 5’-0 2 5’-0 SHAPE C63 63’-4 C67 67’-6 C71 71’-8 C75 75’-10 C80 80’-0 3 D=2 3 3’ -1 1 D=2 4 2 37’-8 5’-0 4 2 39’-9 5’-0 4 2 2 60 12 16 60 144 26 41’-10 5’-0 40’-0 D=2 3’ -6 NO. WITH ALL BEAMS ARE TO BE INCREASED IN LENGTH TO COMPENSATE FOR ELASTIC SHORTENING.64 1. ~ D .000 psi.60 4 1 TYPICAL AT BOTH BEAM ENDS DEFLECTIONS AT MID-SPAN DUE TO WEIGHT OF SLAB AND DIAPHRAGM. 2007 9 3c1 1 ’ 1 D=1 1’-1 3d C BEAM DETAILS H44-29-07 9/29/2011 2:43:51 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. TOPS OF BEAMS ARE TO BE STRUCK OFF LEVEL AND FINISHED AS PER MATERIALS IM570.16 11.000 psi. DESIGN: A.1 21.60 DIAPH. CREEP AND SHRINKAGE.22 0.H. THE PORTIONS OF THE PRESTRESS BEAMS THAT ARE TO BE 2 " cl .07 1. DESIGN STRESSES: DESIGN STRESSES FOR THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS ARE TO BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH A. D=1 1’-1 3 1’-3 3e 1 1 -09 4 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . TOTAL INITIAL PRESTRESS AND As = 0.6% f’s.24 1. CONSTRUCTION: STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS OF THE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. EMBEDDED IN THE ABUTMENT AND PIER DIAPHRAGMS SHALL BE ROUGHENED FOR A DISTANCE OF 10" FROM THE BEAM END BY SANDBLASTING OR OTHER APPROVED METHODS TO PROVIDE SUITABLE BOND BETWEEN THE BEAM AND THE DIAPHRAGM MINIMUM f’ci AT RELEASE SHALL BE 5. LENGTH NO. 2 NOTES: THESE BEAMS ARE DESIGNED FOR AASHTO LIVE LOADS AS INDICATED IN ABOVE TABLE WITH AN ALLOWANCE OF 20 lb.O.27 0.

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0 5. BY 2"‰ O.) 15 & 30 BRIDGE SKEW 0 15 & A/2 30 WEIGHT (LB. BOLT WITH HEAVY HEX NUT AND 2 HARDENED WASHERS 2 L‘6‘x‘4‘x‘‘x‘1’-3 MIDPOINT BETWEEN BEARINGS.) 3693. SECTION SHOWING INTERMEDIATE DIAPHRAGM | WEB | WEB | WEB | WEB 1"‰ HOLE IN WEB C15 x 33. BOLTS THROUGH THE WEB SHALL HAVE A THREAD LENGTH OF 3" MIN.TOTAL (LB) = 6 9 SECTION B-B INTERMEDIATE STEEL DIAPHRAGMS H44-31-07 9/29/2011 2:43:55 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. STRUCT.0 3540. A C15 x 33.) 15 & 30 BRIDGE SKEW 3 2 1 ’ -3 3 ONE CONNECTION DETAIL "E" 1 2 WEB THICKNESS (IN.9. 4-"‰ H.BACKING { 4 x 9 12 x 1’-3 = 6.34 6 6 6 36 36 36 192.) 6 9 1 .S.S.1 618. 4-"‰ H.) NUMBER OF DETAIL "D" C15 x 33.) 0 30 WEIGHT A + 1 ’ -3 NUMBER OF DETAIL "E" 1 ’ -3 15 15 15 0 0 0 64.) 185.2 196.) 1 ’ -0 1 1 C15 x 33. CONCRETE DIAPHRAGM DETAILS SHALL BE PROVIDED IN THE BRIDGE PLANS FOR OVERHEAD BRIDGES. DETAIL D C15 x 33. 18 2 B C PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.9 1"‰ HOLE IN 4-1" x 2" SLOTTED HOLES IN 6" LEG OF L. BOLTS (IN. AND 4" MAX. BY 2"‰ O.0 0.9 (‘TYP. 1"‰ HOLE IN 4" LEG OF L AND IN 4 x x 1’-3 { BOLTS WITH HEAVY HEX NUT.9 (‘TYP.30 6 36 1"‰ HOLE IN BEAM WEB 1 .‘) ALL BOLTS ARE TO BE TIGHTENED PRIOR TO PLACING BRIDGE FLOOR CONCRETE.S.D.MI NOR CHANGES WERE MADE TO AGREE WI TH OFFI CE STANDARD.S. DRILLING IS NOT ALLOWED.9 L‘6‘x‘4‘x‘‘x‘1’-3 A/2 SECTION A-A FOR 0 SKEW BRIDGES SECTION A-A FOR 15 AND 30 SKEW BRIDGES L‘6‘x‘4‘x‘‘x‘1’-3 2 4 x x 1’-3 { A/2 INTERMEDIATE DIAPHRAGM STRUCTURAL STEEL B B 2 .44’ ROADWAY.S.5 80.9 DIAPHRAGM WEB THICKNESS (IN. STEEL ."‰ x LENGTH H. BOLTS WITH HEAVY HEX NUT. DETAIL D DETAIL D 1"‰ HOLE IN WEB DETAIL D | BOLT DETAIL E | BOLT D/2 D/2 A & B BEAMS C BEAMS D 6 9 6 " ‰ H. 2007 * THE LENGTH OF THE C15 x 33. PER UNIT DIAPHRAGM = 10. THE 1"‰ HOLES FOR THE "‰ H."‰ x LENGTH H.0 741.9 2 2 1 INTERMEDIATE DIAPHR. BOLTS WITH NUTS AND WASHERS A + 1 ’ -3 BRIDGE SKEW LENGTH OF H. INCLUDING BOLTS.8 32.0 123.L‘6‘x‘4‘x‘‘x‘1’-3 = 41.0 39.S.30 1 ’ -3 4 (LB. UNIT WEIGHT (LB. NUTS AND WASHERS SHALL BE GALVANIZED.D. OF DIAPH. SEE DETAIL D ALL COSTS FOR FURNISHING AND INSTALLING STEEL INTERMEDIATE DIAPHRAGMS SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE BID FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL.8 4-1" x 2" SLOTTED HOLES 5.S.S.2 234.4 LENGTH OF C15‘x‘33. BOLTS (IN.‘) C15 x 33. DESIGNER SHALL ADJUST THE CONCRETE. OF DIAPH.) REVI SED 1 1 -09 .) 0 4749 4619 BRIDGE SKEW 15 & 30 5009 4894 4-1"‰ HOLES IN C15 x 33. STEEL .2 LB 3 ONE CONNECTION DETAIL "D" 2 .L‘6‘x‘4‘x‘‘x‘1’-3 = 20. REINFORCING AND STRUCTURAL STEEL QUANTITIES ACCORDINGLY.D. D/2 MIDPOINT BETWEEN BEARINGS. AND SHALL MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF ASTM A449.) 25. BOLTS SHALL BE CAST INTO 6’-10 TYPICAL BEAM SPACING 6 BEAM SPACES @ 6’-10 = 41’-0 SEE DETAIL E FOR 0 SKEW BRIDGE SEE DETAIL D FOR 15 AND 30 SKEW BRIDGES THE "‰ H.) BEAM SPACING 6 9 6’-10 6’-10 LENGTH 6’-0 5’-9 NO. STRUCT.3 LB NO.7 DETAIL D VARIES APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . BOLT WITH HEAVY HEX NUT AND 2 HARDENED WASHERS 9 A & B BEAMS C BEAMS " ‰ H. 6 9 9 12 WEIGHT PER 0 DETAIL "E" (LB.0 0.6 LB 1"‰ HOLE IN BEAM WEB HARDENED WASHERS DETAIL E * ONE C15 x 33.9 IS BASED ON A VARIABLE CLEARANCE OF 1 TO 2 BETWEEN THE FACE OF BEAM WEB AND END OF C15 x 33.0 0. THREE SPAN BRIDGE DIAPHRAGM CONNECTION BOLTS 8-"‰ x 0’-2 H.S.5 LB WEIGHT PER 0 DETAIL "D" (LB. 1-1"‰ I. TOTAL WEIGHT WEB THICKNESS (IN.S.D.9 4. THE WEB. BOLTS WITH NUTS AND WASHERS.NOTES: ALL DIAPHRAGM MATERIALS.6 154.S.dgn h44-31-07 11x17_pdf.9 (TYP. 1-1"‰ I. BOLTS WITH NUTS AND WASHERS BRIDGE SKEW LENGTH OF H. PLAIN WASHER AND 2 HARDENED WASHERS WEIGHT (LB.6 IN 6" LEG OF L.9 DIAPHRAGM 2 DIMENSIONS BEAM SERIES A + 1’-3 WEIGHT (LB.TOTAL (LB) = INTERMEDIATE DIAPHR. PLAIN WASHER AND 2 4" LEG OF L WEB THICKNESS (IN.) A SHOP DRAWINGS OF THE STEEL DIAPHRAGMS SHOWING LAYOUT AND DETAILS OF THE DIAPHRAGMS SHALL BE SUBMITTED FOR APPROVAL.pltcfg A/2 2 1 ’ -3 4 15 & 1 ’ -0 1 .4 A 1’-4 1 1 -09 1’-8 2’-1 2 4 A/2 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 2 3 4.34 2 .) 18 18 205.

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DIAPH. 2007 BARRIER RAIL DETAILS SHEET 1 OF 3 H44-32-07 9/29/2011 2:43:57 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.-IN. AND ALL OF THE EQUIPMENT AND LABOR REQUIRED TO ERECT THE RAIL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THESE PLANS AND CURRENT SPECIFICATIONS.TABLE OF BARRIER RAIL DIMENSIONS AND NUMBERS |-| ABUT.‘) |-| ABUT.-IN. TOP OF THE BARRIER RAIL IS TO BE PARALLEL TO THE THEORETICAL | APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER COST OF THE JOINT SEALER AND BOND BREAKER SHALL BE CONSIDERED INCIDENTAL TO OTHER CONSTRUCTION.-IN. 6 CONSTRUCTION JOINT 4 EQUAL SP. 1’-7 2 9 2 5 ROADWAY WIDTH SKEW L (‘FT.‘) C D (‘FT.‘) W (‘FT. 2.‘) DI MENSI ON OR NUMBER B (‘FT.-IN.‘) S (‘FT.-IN. IF CONDUIT IS REQUIRED IN THIS PLAN THE RIGID STEEL CONDUIT.-IN.5d1 SPACI NG 3 5c1 COATING 5d2 I NTERSECTI ON BREAKING 2’ -0 BOND PART ELEVATION VIEW BARRIER RAIL JOINT DETAILS " 0 1 = R POI NT OF 1 = R " MI N.pltcfg * 3 *1 0 2’ -1 0 2’ -1 0 .‘) C D (‘FT.‘) a DI MENSI ON OR NUMBER 1 ’ -6 5c3 5c14 205’-10 205’-11 206’-3 191’-10 191’-10 183 183’-0 184 0 3’-11 0 191’-11 191’-11 183 183’-0 184 0 3’-11 0 192’-3 192’-3 183 183’-0 184 0 4’-1 0 PART SECTION A-A * DENOTES THE MAXIMUM VALUE FOR THIS DIMENSION. LATEST REVI SI ON DATE PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.-IN. CONCRETE BARRIER RAILS PLACED USING THE SLIPFORM METHOD WILL REQUIRE THE USE OF A CLASS BR CONCRETE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 2513.-IN. PRICE BID FOR CONCRETE BARRIER RAILING SHALL BE FULL COMPENSATION FOR FURNISHING ALL MATERIAL. 5 3 1 " 1 = R " 5c3 ( BACK FACE ) A 5c14 (‘FRONT FACE‘) 5c2 B BARRIER RAIL NOTES: FORCING BAR IS TO BE 2" UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN.-IN.‘) E F (‘FT.-IN. EXCLUDING REINFORCING STEEL. SKEW L (‘FT. a-5c1. ELEVATION OF BARRIER RAIL LAYOUT ALL BARRIER RAIL REINFORCING STEEL IS TO BE INCLUDED WITH THE SUPERSTRUCTURE REINFORCING STEEL.‘) a 0 15 30 0 228’-4 214’-4 204’-4 195 195’-0 196 5’-0 4’-2 5 15 228’-4 214’-4 204’-5 195 195’-0 196 4’-11 4’-2 5 30 228’-4 214’-4 204’-9 195 195’-0 196 4’-9 4’-4 5 0 240’-10 226’-10 216’-10 208 208’-0 209 5’-0 3’-11 5 15 240’-10 226’-10 216’-11 208 208’-0 209 4’-11 3’-11 5 30 240’-10 226’-10 217’-3 208 208’-0 209 4’-9 4’-1 5 0 253’-4 239’-4 229’-4 220 220’-0 221 5’-0 4’-2 5 15 253’-4 239’-4 229’-5 220 220’-0 221 4’-11 4’-2 5 30 253’-4 239’-4 229’-9 220 220’-0 221 4’-9 4’-4 5 0 270’-0 256’-0 246’-0 237 237’-0 238 5’-0 4’-0 5 15 270’-0 256’-0 246’-1 237 237’-0 238 4’-11 4’-0 5 30 270’-0 256’-0 246’-5 237 237’-0 238 4’-9 4’-2 5 SKEW L (‘FT. SPA. TYPICAL PERMISSIBLE CONSTRUCTION JOINT A 5c1 5d2 (EACH END) 6} MIN.‘) B (‘FT. CLASS D CONCRETE IS NOT PERMITTED FOR CONCRETE BARRIER RAILS (CAST-IN-PLACE OR SLIPFORMED METHOD). SPA. OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. 2’ -9 4 EQUAL SPS. a-5c3. RAIL = 2.‘) E F (‘FT.‘) a 0 155’-10 141’-10 141’-10 133 133’-0 134 0 3’-11 0 15 155’-11 141’-11 141’-11 133 133’-0 134 0 3’-11 0 30 156’-3 142’-3 142’-3 133 133’-0 134 0 4’-1 0 0 168’-4 154’-4 154’-4 145 145’-0 146 0 4’-2 0 15 168’-5 154’-5 154’-5 145 145’-0 146 0 4’-2 0 30 168’-9 154’-9 154’-9 145 145’-0 146 0 4’-4 0 0 15 30 181’-3 167’-3 167’-3 158 158’-0 159 0 4’-1 0 0 193’-4 179’-4 179’-4 170 170’-0 171 0 4’-2 0 15 193’-5 179’-5 179’-5 170 170’-0 171 0 4’-2 0 30 193’-9 179’-9 179’-9 170 170’-0 171 0 4’-4 0 SKEW L (‘FT. 1’-7 2 9 2 5 ROADWAY WIDTH "L" END TO END OF BARRIER RAIL (BID LENGTH) 7’-0 END SECTION SEE BARRIER RAIL END SECTION DETAILS "F" ** ABUT..-IN. 226’-4 & 243’-0 BRIDGES ONLY. THIS DIMENSION MAY VARY DUE TO CONSTRUCTION INACCURACIES. "E" .-IN. a-5c14 B 2’-2 6 END SECTION DETAILS SPACI NG "S" END TO END OF SLAB "F" SEE BARRIER RAIL 3 "B" END TO END OF STANDARD BARRIER RAIL SECTION 7’-0 END SECTION 5c1 * 4 EQUAL SPS.84 SQUARE FEET. a-5c14 6 6 "W" 5 EQ. 213’-10. DIAPH.‘) C D (‘FT.-IN.-IN.-IN. A.5c1 & 5c2 "W" 5 EQ. ** APPLIES TO 201’-4.-IN. EXT. BRG 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 " MIN. EXT. NO TESTING OR CERTIFICATION IS REQUIRED.‘) a 180’-10 180’-11 166’-10 166’-11 166’-10 166’-11 158 158’-0 159 0 3’-11 0 158 158’-0 159 0 3’-11 0 PART PLAN VIEW JOINT SEALER ON TOP AND SIDES HATCHED AREA INDICATES AREA OF BOND BREAKING COATING.THE SPECI FI CATI ON REFERENCES WERE CHANGED.-IN.‘) S (‘FT.-IN.-IN. CAST-IN-PLACE BARRIER RAILS SHALL USE CLASS C MIX.5d1 JOINT 2’ -9 5d1 I NTERSECTI ON CONSTRUCTION 2’ -0 3 |-| ABUT.‘) S (‘FT. a-5c3.‘) W (‘FT. CONSTRUCTION JOINT THE JOINT SEALER SHALL BE LIGHT GRAY NONSAG LATEX CAULKING SEALER MARKETED FOR OUTDOOR USE. 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741 68 80 NO.44’ ROADWAY.1 47.666 2. BRIDGE LENGTH 0 SKEW 15 SKEW 30 SKEW 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 311.7 456.4 2. BRIDGE LENGTH STANDARD SECTION * BARRIER RAIL END SECTION 2 x "B" @ 0.478 11.394 2.215 8.dgn h44-34-07 11x17_pdf. CONCRETE QUANTITIES SHOWN ARE BASED ON 30 SKEW BID LENGTHS.6 35.777 1.6 D=3 5 7 5c3 5 1 ’ -2 7 7 7 6 D=3 7 0 -1 ’ 1 5 6 TOTAL C.832 1. 432 412 20 20 LENGTH WEIGHT 5’-11 6’-0 3’-3 3’-10 2.6 32. 388 388 --------- LENGTH WEIGHT 5’-11 6’-0 --------2. 312 312 --------- LENGTH WEIGHT 5’-11 6’-0 --------1.7 456.253 1.265 0 0 NO.Y.217 72 36 40’-0 38’-8 3.7 311. 4 @ 0.234 2.EPOXY COATED REINFORCING STEEL-TWO BARRIER RAILS (‘NOTE: THESE REINFORCING BARS TO BE USED ON ALL SKEWS‘) BRIDGE LENGTH SECTION BAR 5c1 STANDARD SECTI ON 5c2 5c3 5c14 VERTICAL VERTICAL VERTICAL VERTICAL LOCATION SHAPE NO.65 C.9 312.8 40.7 506.9 337. 458 438 20 20 LENGTH WEIGHT 5’-11 6’-0 3’-3 3’-10 2.802 0 0 NO.0 540.004 1.428 0 0 NO.7 481.L.4 43.2 37.832 1.7 411.7 481.832 1. (‘INCLUDE WITH SUPERSTRUCTURE REINFORCING‘) 8.5 35.925 1.826 2.9 2. THREE SPAN BRIDGE PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.6 336.9 412.347 9.952 0 0 NO.104 68 80 5d1 5d2 LONGITUDINAL-STANDARD SECTION LONGITUDINAL-STANDARD SECTION.832 1.832 1.086 2.115 0 0 NO.832 1.THE REI NFORCI NG STEEL WAS CHANGED TO AGREE WI TH H44-33-07.7 50.832 1. 362 362 --------- LENGTH WEIGHT 5’-11 6’-0 --------2.9 2. 338 338 --------- LENGTH WEIGHT 5’-11 6’-0 --------2. 288 288 --------138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 LENGTH WEIGHT 5’-11 6’-0 --------1.pltcfg .Y.578 68 80 NO.6 45.003 12.7 506.6 50.6 361.7 2. APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 =3 D CONCRETE BARRIER RAILING CONCRETE BARRIER RAILING CONCRETE BARRIER RAILING 7 40.C.755 1.832 1. 516 496 20 20 LENGTH WEIGHT 5’-11 6’-0 3’-3 3’-10 3.832 TOTAL LBS.1 2.0 56.Y.295 72 36 40’-0 21’-10 3.576 13.253 826 54 36 40’-0 28’-3 2. 2007 BARRIER RAIL DETAILS SHEET 3 OF 3 H44-34-07 9/29/2011 2:44:00 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.974 2.7 540.891 68 80 NO.312 BENT BAR DETAILS 1 2’-10 8 8 1 5 5 3 4 D=3 5 D=4 2’ -7 2’ -4 2’ -0 2’ -0 6 9 5c14 5c1 1’-0 5c2 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.7 386.Y. PER FT.0 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .6 32.9 387.2 2.289 4 END SECTIONS @ 458 LBS. 482 462 20 20 LENGTH WEIGHT 5’-11 6’-0 3’-3 3’-10 2.302 54 36 40’-0 22’-0 2. 1.452 90 36 40’-0 26’-0 3.253 1.879 10.6 53.3 53. * SEE SHEET H44-32-07 FOR DIMENSION "B". D = PIN DIAMETER.061 54 36 40’-0 34’-6 2.F.7 336.6 456. CONCRETE PLACEMENT SUMMARY .5 CONCRETE BARRIER RAIL QUANTITIES .1052 C. ENDS 36 36 40’-0 34’-8 1.004 1.6 386.6 2’ -0 37.0 540.7 481. 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 29.445 12.004 820 72 36 40’-0 32’-5 3.502 1.5 2.755 976 90 36 40’-0 34’-4 3.7 361.6 2.788 9.6 411.184 3. REVI SED 1 1 -09 .7 506.6 47.9 362.8 2.

"E" .-IN.) S (FT.) 0 15 30 156’-3 142’-3 18 7’-8 138’-3 17 0 0 168’-4 154’-4 19 7’-11 150’-4 18 0 15 168’-5 154’-5 19 7’-11 150’-5 18 0 30 168’-9 154’-9 19 7’-11 150’-9 18 0 0 180’-10 166’-10 21 7’-9 162’-10 20 0 15 180’-11 166’-11 21 7’-9 162’-11 20 0 30 181’-3 167’-3 21 7’-9 163’-3 20 0 0 193’-4 179’-4 23 7’-7 175’-4 22 0 15 193’-5 179’-5 23 7’-7 175’-5 22 0 30 193’-9 179’-9 23 7’-7 175’-9 22 0 0 15 30 206’-3 192’-3 24 7’-10 188’-3 23 0 SKEW DI MENSI ON OR NUMBER L (FT.-IN.pltcfg 3 6c1 1 ’ -1 0 2’ -1 0 2’ -8 7 . THE CONCRETE OPEN RAIL IS TO BE BID ON A LINEAL FOOT BASIS MEASURED FROM END TO END OF RAIL.INTERIOR POSTS 2’-0 PERMISSIBLE CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION JOINT 6 2’-2 8 EQ.) B C (FT. LAP " GAP 4c5 4c5 5d3 6c1 END POSTS) 1 ’ -8 7 3 4j4 TIES 6c3 4j2 TIES 3 SPACES @ 3" 2-4j3 TIES EACH END OF RAIL PANEL (‘TYP.: 10-4t2 4j3 TIES (TYP. @ 6"(‘}‘) 1’-0 | END POST | INTERIOR POST (TYP. SPA.‘) 6h2 (‘AT EACH END‘) 2 3’-6 MIN.-IN. AND ALL OF THE EQUIPMENT AND LABOR REQUIRED TO CONSTRUCT THE RAIL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THESE PLANS AND CURRENT SPECIFICATIONS. " MIN. THREE SPAN BRIDGE REVI SED 07-1 0 .-IN.-IN.) | END POST CONSTRUCTION JOINT 1’-0 8 1’-8 1’-0 JOINT 24-6c1. DIAPHRAGM EXT.44’ ROADWAY. 2’-0 "S" = END TO END OF SLAB & STANDARD OPEN RAIL SECTION "F" ABUT. 6d2 JOINT (TYP.TABLE OF OPEN RAIL DIMENSIONS AND NUMBERS |-| ABUT. PRICE BID FOR "CONCRETE OPEN LATEST REVI SI ON DATE Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .( TYP) 6d1 6d2 4c4 6d1 155’-10 155’-11 141’-10 18 7’-7 141’-11 18 7’-8 205’-10 205’-11 191’-10 24 7’-9 187’-10 23 0 191’-11 24 7’-10 187’-11 23 0 137’-10 137’-11 17 0 17 0 CONSTR. FACE & 9-4c5 4 EQ. SPA.-IN.‘) 6d2 4t1 A B CONSTRUCTION JOINT BETWEEN TOP OF WING AND RAIL IS ROUGHENED CONCRETE.‘) CONDUIT. 07-1 0 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.-IN.END POSTS. TL-4" SHALL BE FULL COMPENSATION FOR FURNISHING ALL MATERIAL.) E F (FT. SPA.-IN. BRG 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 1 |-| ABUT. 5-4c4.) B C (FT. SPA.-IN. BRG 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 |-| ABUT.) D (FT. 7’-0 END SECTION "B" POST SPACES @ "C" = "D": 2 .-IN.DI APH. EXCLUDING REINFORCING STEEL.) D (FT. THE NUMBER OF LINEAL FEET OF OPEN RAIL INSTALLED WILL BE PAID FOR AT THE CONTRACT PRICE PER LINEAL FOOT.) E F (FT. BOND BREAKING COATING THE CAST-IN-PLACE OPEN RAIL SHALL USE CLASS C MIX.-IN.EXT. 9-6c1 EA.-IN.) 6c2 6d2 2’ -1 0 1 ’ -6 6c1 TOP OF 2 ABUT. 4t2 ELEVATION OF OPEN RAIL LAYOUT PROVIDE 5 HOLES FORMED WITH 1"‰ PLASTIC 6j1 (‘TYP.-IN.) TABLE OF OPEN RAIL DIMENSIONS AND NUMBERS |-| ABUT. B 4c4 MIN. OPEN RAIL NOTES: MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR IS TO BE 2" UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN. BETWEEN 4j3 TIES (TYP. 6d2 SKEW DI MENSI ON OR NUMBER L (FT. (TYPICAL) " COST OF THE JOINT SEALER AND BOND BREAKER SHALL BE CONSIDERED INCIDENTAL TO OTHER CONSTRUCTION.) B C (FT.) S (FT. TL-4 DETAILS SHEET 1 OF 2 H44-35-07 JOINT DETAILS AT END SECTION IF CONDUIT IS REQUIRED IN THIS PLAN THE RIGID STEEL CONDUIT.-IN.PROVI DED A PART PLAN VIEW JOINT SEALER ON TOP AND SIDES RAILING. BRG 8 2 1 10 3 1"‰ HOLES SKEW DI MENSI ON OR NUMBER L (FT. TOP OF THE OPEN RAIL IS TO BE PARALLEL TO THEORETICAL | GRADE.-IN. COST TO BE INCLUDED IN PRICE BID FOR CONCRETE OPEN RAILING. PART ELEVATION VIEW OPEN RAIL.-IN. JUNCTION BOXES AND FITTINGS INCLUDING LABOR AND ANY ADDITIONAL WORK TO DO THE INSTALLATION IS CONSIDERED INCIDENTAL TO THE COST OF THE RAILING.-IN. 2007 ALL OPEN RAIL REINFORCING STEEL IS TO BE INCLUDED WITH THE SUPERSTRUCTURE REINFORCING STEEL.) S (FT.-IN. WING 2’ -3 MI N.) B C (FT. SPLICE | 1"‰ HOLES " GAP 6 1’-6 1’-6 11 EQ. HATCHED AREA APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 1 ’ -0 INDICATES AREA OF BOND BREAKING COATING.) 0 228’-4 204’-4 26 7’-8 200’-4 25 5’-0 15 228’-4 204’-5 26 7’-8 200’-5 25 4’-11 30 228’-4 204’-9 26 7’-8 200’-9 25 4’-9 0 15 30 240’-10 217’-3 27 7’-10 213’-3 26 4’-9 0 253’-4 229’-4 29 7’-9 225’-4 28 5’-0 15 253’-4 229’-5 29 7’-9 225’-5 28 4’-11 30 253’-4 229’-9 29 7’-9 225’-9 28 4’-9 0 270’-0 246’-0 31 7’-9 242’-0 30 5’-0 15 270’-0 246’-1 31 7’-9 242’-1 30 4’-11 30 270’-0 246’-5 31 7’-9 242’-5 30 4’-9 SKEW L (FT.) D (FT. BRG 2’ -3 MI N.-IN. CLASS D CONCRETE IS NOT PERMITTED. 9/29/2011 2:44:01 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.) E F (FT. BETWEEN INTERIOR POSTS) 4j3 TIES 6h1 (‘TYP.) D (FT.) DI MENSI ON OR NUMBER 6c3 240’-10 240’-10 216’-10 216’-11 27 7’-10 27 7’-10 VIEW A-A SECTION B-B 212’-10 212’-11 26 5’-0 26 4’-11 "L" = END TO END OPEN RAIL (‘BID LENGTH‘) 7’-0 END SECTION PERMISSIBLE CONSTRUCTION JOINT 3 6 @ 5 = 2’-7 6 6 3‘@‘6 =‘1’-6 2‘@‘7 =‘1’-3 4 "F" ABUT. @ 6"(‘}‘) 1’-0 1’-0 12 EQ.-IN.) S (FT.dgn h44-35-07 11x17_pdf. 4-4c5 6d1 BACK FACE 6d2 TRAFFIC FACE A 6c2 " GAP BETWEEN RAI L AND ABUT.) E F (FT. DIAPHRAGM EXT.

352 BENT BAR DETAILS 6c3 6 9 4c4 6c2 4c5 4 8 EA.272 141 440 400 680 32 4’-0 4’-9 5’-5 6’-7 2. PART PLAN VIEW 3 6 SPA. VERTICAL. EXT.875 863 1.289 7’-0 16 40 VARIES 1’-11 19 51 13.4 3. 96 16 16 20 16 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 1 1’-1 VAR.0 OPEN RAIL. OPEN RAIL LONGITUDINAL.355 1. HOOPS. ) 3 JOINT 6d2 6h1 6h2 LONGITUDINAL.555 141 488 448 758 32 4’-0 4’-9 5’-5 6’-7 2.451 1. @ 5 = 2’-7 5 SPA.2 44. PER FT.4 2. ENDS 24 24 40’-0 36’-8 1.4 3.9 337.4 2. TL-4 OPEN CONCRETE RAILING.7 481. @ 6 = 2’-6 1’-3 4 6 8 EQUAL SPACES 6c1 & 4c5 2’-2 MIN.322 36 24 40’-0 24’-8 2.6 2. DIAPH. YDS.6 456.358 60 24 40’-0 25’-8 3.178 141 408 368 628 32 4’-0 4’-9 5’-5 6’-7 2. YDS.4 3.932 1.605 1. 4 @ 0.dgn h44-36-07 11x17_pdf. 537 359 5d3 * HORIZONTAL.-BOTH FACES ( TYP.7 540.9 412.DI APH. 168 16 16 20 52 LENGTH WEIGHT 4’-11 2’-10 4’-1 2’-10 3’-1 1241 68 98 38 7 107 2’ -1 0 3 3 6 3 6d2 6d1 6c1 ROUGHENED 6d1 6d2 HORIZONTAL. 96 16 16 20 16 LENGTH WEIGHT 4’-11 2’-10 4’-1 2’-10 3’-1 709 68 98 38 33 NO. LAP 6 5 1 E SECTION D-D 1’-3 6h1 1 ’ -8 1’-0 2 6j1 1 ’ -0 ROUGHENED JOINT 4j3 1" CL. SECTION OPEN RAIL-END POSTS OPEN RAIL-INTERIOR POSTS 2 @ 0.2 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 TOP AND SIDES (TYP.9 387. BRIDGE LENGTH OPEN RAIL SECTION OPEN RAIL-END SECTION OPEN RAIL-ABUT. EACH POST) 21. FOR "E" SEE SHEET H44-35-07.9 312. 4j4 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.7 23.1 42.605 925 60 24 40’-0 34’-0 3.7 336.163 1.4 4.460 141 456 416 706 32 4’-0 4’-9 5’-5 6’-7 2. 168 16 16 20 52 LENGTH WEIGHT 4’-11 2’-10 4’-1 2’-10 3’-1 1. PER FT.EXT.3 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .0 540. OPEN RAIL HOOP.7 25. 6j1 6j1 1" CL. THREE SPAN BRIDGE REVI SED 07-1 0 . SPA.269 2.7 31.L. 96 16 16 20 16 LENGTH WEIGHT 4’-11 2’-10 4’-1 2’-10 3’-1 709 68 98 38 33 NO.6 35.4 2.077 CU.743 141 520 480 810 32 4’-0 4’-9 5’-5 6’-7 3.Y.880 9.7 2.133 48 24 40’-0 37’-8 2.117 2.4 31.884 1. 4 @ 0. YDS.7 506.523 2.226 4t1 6j1 4j2 4j3 4j4 VERTICAL DOWELS.7 33.168 2. 2007 311.756 16 40 VARIES 1’-11 19 51 14.0 0. END POST 312 272 472 32 4’-0 4’-9 5’-5 6’-7 1.1 0.) 27.7 2. "F" ABUT. DIAPHRAGM EXT.971 914 1.115 10. TYP.6 411.0 2.44’ ROADWAY.7 361. 4 2’-0 3 EQ. OPEN RAIL HOOP.F.7 481.8 2.0 540.9 2. END SECTION-TRAFFIC FACE 24 32 6’-8 6’-9 240 324 24 32 6’-8 6’-9 240 324 24 32 6’-8 6’-9 240 324 24 32 6’-8 6’-9 240 324 24 32 6’-8 6’-9 240 324 24 32 48 6’-8 11’-2 7’-2 240 537 359 24 32 48 6’-8 11’-2 7’-2 240 537 359 24 32 48 6’-8 11’-2 7’-2 240 537 359 24 32 48 6’-8 11’-2 7’-2 240 2’ -3 MI N.990 141 392 352 602 32 4’-0 4’-9 5’-5 6’-7 2.7 506. END SECTION & ABUT. (‘INCLUDE WITH SUPERSTRUCTURE REINFORCING‘) 8. 96 16 16 20 16 LENGTH WEIGHT 4’-11 2’-10 4’-1 2’-10 3’-1 709 68 98 38 33 NO.7 456. DIAPH. 4 4 * TRAFFIC FACE 5d3 BARS MAY REQUIRE FIELD CUTTING OR BENDING FOR HIGHER SKEW BRIDGES. TL-4 0 SKEW 15 SKEW 30 SKEW 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.241 68 98 38 107 NO. TL-4 OPEN CONCRETE RAILING. OPEN RAIL. SHAPE NO.7 481.4 47.7 456.015 1.409 10. YDS.884 1. YDS.107 CU.708 141 328 288 498 32 4’-0 4’-9 5’-5 6’-7 1.163 1. INTERIOR POST HOOP. 2 x ’’E’’ @ 0. ABUT. LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 07-1 0 OPEN CONCRETE RAIL. EXT.4 3.687 CU.‘) OPTIONAL JOINT 6d1 6d2 5d3 6c1 1" x 4 x 1’-0 BEVELED KEYWAY (‘TYP. & ABUT. :1 0-5d3 4c5 TOTAL LBS.7 386.526 16 VARIES 40 1’-11 19 51 15.7 2.5 2.884 907 48 24 40’-0 31’-5 2.4 0.931 3 141 SECTION C-C 1 1’-1 4 4t1 4t2 WING FOOTING TIE BARS WING FOOTING TIE BARS 16 VARIES 19 16 VARIES 19 16 VARIES 19 16 VARIES 19 16 VARIES 19 16 40 VARIES 1’-11 19 51 13.7 411.9 40.6 361.7 2. 1 " C D E 1 " 5d3 END SECTION 2 2 1 ROUGHENED 3 JOINT 1 ’ -1 2’ -6 3’ -9 D=2 1 ’ -2 D=4 0’ -1 1 &‘ 1 ’ -2 6j1 (‘TYP.0 0. END SECTION VERTICAL.7 311. END SEC. END SECTION VERT. 6j1 4c5 (‘TYP.114 36 24 40’-0 37’-2 2.5 33.422 2. D = PIN DIAMETER. CHANGED 6j1 BAR LENGTH.5 2. TYP.740 1.7 29.‘) 1" 2 END POST INTERIOR POST NOTE: 4j2.644 1.0 0.308 2’ -8 4 EQ. TL-4 DETAILS SHEET 2 OF 2 H44-36-07 9/29/2011 2:44:03 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.320 2.124 1.442 1. 4 @ 0.Y. 4j3.07 CU.11 CU. 2’ -2 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -4 3’-0 D=2 4t1 4t2 1 ’ -0 1 ’ -0 1 ’ -0 4j2 4j3 4j4 9 1’-0 9 4j2 4j3 4j4 2’-0 2’-2 D=4 3 1 0 1" CL.163 889 36 24 40’-0 30’-11 2. SPA. 6 4c5 LENGTH WEIGHT 4’-11 2’-10 4’-1 2’-10 3’-1 709 68 98 38 33 NO. BRIDGE LENGTH OPEN CONCRETE RAILING.802 141 360 320 550 32 4’-0 4’-9 5’-5 6’-7 2. TL-4 QUANTITIES .7 27.9 38. DIAPH. 96 16 16 20 16 LENGTH WEIGHT 4’-11 2’-10 4’-1 2’-10 3’-1 709 68 98 38 33 NO.C.pltcfg 2’ -8 D=4 1 1 ’ 7 4j4 4j2 . 168 16 16 20 52 LENGTH WEIGHT 4’-11 2’-10 4’-1 2’-10 3’-1 1241 68 98 38 107 NO.9 362. EXT.0 0. END SECTION-BACK FACE HORIZONTAL.5 0.4 29.EPOXY COATED REINFORCING STEEL-TWO OPEN RAILS (‘NOTE: THESE REINFORCING BARS TO BE USED ON ALL SKEWS‘) BRIDGE LENGTH BAR 6c1 6c2 6c3 4c4 4c5 LOCATION VERTICAL. PART PLAN VIEW 3 3 2 END POST INTERIOR POST 5d3 4t2 6c1 4c4 & 4c5 6c2 & 6c3 4 4 4 3’-0 4 EQ.6 386.9 35.340 48 24 40’-0 25’-2 2.8 2. 168 16 16 20 52 LENGTH WEIGHT 4’-11 2’-10 4’-1 2’-10 3’-1 1241 68 98 38 107 NO.823 11.SPA.7 2.2 EDGE OF POST 4j2 (INTERIOR POST) 4j4 (END POST) RAIL CHAMFER DETAIL PART SECTION E-E APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER TOTAL (C. DIAPH.6 336.8 0.‘) D=2 1 ’ -2 D=2 3 1 ’ -0 2 8 C 4 1’-0 2’-0 1’-7 2’-4 D " GAP BETWEEN RAI L AND ABUT. 0.4 2.7 506.PROVI DED A CONCRETE QUANTITIES SHOWN ARE BASED ON 30 SKEW.4 3.163 1. 6d2 PART PLAN SECTION | POST CHAMFER RAIL " PART PLAN SECTION CONCRETE PLACEMENT SUMMARY . END SECTION VERTICAL HOOPS.

1 " " B" 3 R= 1 SLOPE CALCULATION FORMULA x " H" " A" " H" PAD MI N. @ PIER 1 . P/G ELEV. ALL WELDING SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO GALVANIZING. THE SOLE PLATES AND PINTLE PLATES SHALL BE GALVANIZED.44’ ROADWAY. SOLE PLATES ARE TO BE SET IN FORMS WHEN BEAMS ARE CAST AND THE BOTTOM OF BEAMS FORMED OUT AS SHOWN TO EXCLUDE CONCRETE.2% 5. x "F" + NEOPRENE PADS (‘SEE DETAILS‘) LAMINATED NEOPRENE PADS PART ELEVATION B ‚‘NOTCH BEAM END TO SOLE { THICKNESS MAXIMUM 1" PART ELEVATION A 1 ".P/G ELEV. COST OF NEOPRENE PADS SHALL BE INCLUDED BAR x x 0’-9 GALVANIZED PINTLE { 12 x 1 (MIN. REFER TO TABLE FOR DIMENSIONS OF TAPERED PADS. "B" "A" "B" | "‰ x 6 STUDS PINTLE SOLE { 7 x 1 x "C" DETAIL DETAIL C PINTLE { SLOPE SLOPE "B" "G" "G" "B" PINTLE DETAIL DETAIL C SOLE { 7 x 1 x "C" PINTLE { 4. | "‰ x 6 STUDS (TYP. BAR x x "H" "E" 10‘x‘2‘x‘"F" LAMINATED NEOPRENE BEARING PADS. @ PIER 2 SLOPE SPAN 2 x KEEPER BAR = 100% SPAN 2 LENGTH TAPERED.) x "E" PINTLE { TYP.) 1 4 1 RADIUS = 1’-8 (TYP.THE REFERENCE TO BAR DI MENSI ON " A" WAS CHANGED TO " H" I N SECTI ON B-B FOR A & A FLAT & TRUE BAR x x "H" "E" SECTION A-A FLAT & TRUE PLAN OF NEOPRENE PAD 10‘x‘2‘x‘"F" LAMINATED NEOPRENE BEARING PADS.P/G ELEV. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 1’-0 0’-4 1’-6 1’-8 1’-6 0’-6 06-1 1 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. ASTM-A1011 {’S REQUIRED. . THE NEOPRENE BEARING PADS AT THE FIXED PIER FOR THAT SPAN SHALL BE EXTENSI ON 1"‰ SEAL BAR 1‘x‘‘x‘1 1"‰ PINTLES (‘SEE DETAIL‘) P/G ELEV. PINTLE PLATES ARE A PART OF THE SUPERSTRUCTURE "STRUCTURAL STEEL QUANTITY".P/G ELEV. B BEAMS.4%.0% "D" 0" " " | PINTLES | "‰ x 6 STUDS PADS TO BE OF 70 DUROMETER NEOPRENE. 9 x "F"-" x 0’-9 2 9 x VAR.2% "F" + 9 CORRECTI ON 06-1 1 . @ NEAR ABUT. COSTS OF ANCHORED CURVED SOLE PLATES AND NEOPRENE PADS ARE TO BE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE BID FOR "PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAMS". @ PIER 2 . LAMINATED DRIVING FIT INTO 1"‰ PINTLE PLATE "‰ DRAIN HOLE x DETAIL C BAR 3 PINTLE DETAIL EXPANSION PIER BEARING NOTES: SURFACES MARKED "V" SHALL BE FINISHED ANSI 250.P I E R D I A P H R A G M B ( N O R M A LT O G R A D E ) P I E R D I A P H R A G M ( N O R M A LT O G R A D E ) " FORM BOARD MAY BE LEFT IN PLACE 1 0 MATERIAL FOR NEOPRENE PADS TO BE OF 50 DUROMETER NEOPRENE.4% 4. @ PIER 1 = 100% SPAN 1 LENGTH FIXED PIER BEARING NOTES: IF CALCULATED SLOPE FOR A GIVEN SPAN EXCEEDS 1.pltcfg . SECTION B-B FOR A & B BEAMS ( DIAPHRAGM CONCRETE NOT SHOWN ) SECTION B-B FOR C BEAMS SLOPE ( DIAPHRAGM CONCRETE NOT SHOWN ) SPAN 1 P/G ELEV.) ‚ PINTLE { 12‘x‘1‘x‘"E" PINTLE { 12 x 1 x "E" DETAIL C PINTLE DETAIL 10 x 2 x "F" LAMINATED NEOPRENE PADS (‘SEE DETAILS‘) BAR BAR x x x "H" " STEEL {.) SOLE { 7 x 1 x "C" (TYP. SLOPE SPAN 3 = 100% SPAN 3 LENGTH IN THE PRICE BID FOR "PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAMS". SOLE { 7 x 1 x "C" 6 (TYP. 2007 EXPANSION PIER "H" 0’-11 1’-2 PIER BEARING DETAILS H44-37-07 9/29/2011 2:44:04 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07." D" | PINTLES "A" MATERIAL FOR NEOPRENE 9 "A" 1 "+ " D" SLOPE SLOPE 1. @ FAR ABUT.4% 1.) "F" 3 TYP. SOLE PLATES SHALL COMPLY WITH ONE OF THE FOLLOWING : ASTM A 852 ASTM A 514 GRADE B ASTM A 709 GRADE HPS 70W " B" " E" FIXED PIER 4 1 9 4 1 | PINTLES VARIABLE DIMENSIONS BEAM BOTTOM FLANGE WIDTH APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 1’-0 PLAN OF PINTLE PLATE "A" "B" "C" "E" "F" "G" A & B BEAMS 1’-5 0’-6 0’-5 1’-3 1’-5 1’-3 C BEAMS 1’-8 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . THE SURFACE OF THE PINTLE PLATE IN CONTACT WITH THE LAMINATED NEOPRENE PADS SHALL BE FREE OF PROJECTIONS DUE TO THE GALVANIZING.dgn H44-37-07 11x17_pdf.

3 5’-7 1’-3 4’-4 2’-6 4’-4 2’-6 4’-4 3’-3 A 2’-0 9 " 1 5m1 5n1 2’-0 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 2’-0 | BEAMS 8 45’-0 5m1 & 5n1 BAR LAYOUT A TYPICAL PLAN NOTE: SEE SHEET H44-09-07 FOR "U" DIMENSION. 14. SPA. 2" CL. 2" CL. SPA.SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY 3’-3 6’-10 KEYED NOTCH (SEE DETAIL) | PIER 6’-10 TYP. SPA. @ | PIER KEYED NOTCH DETAIL 1 1 1 5c1 5m1 5c1 1 8e1 a2 1 a1 1 5n1 a1 a2 8e1 TOP OF PI LES 3 3 1 12 3 EQ.) 2 5n1 3 3 EQ. SPA. 2" CL. 1’-0 b1 1 12 8 a1 8e1 1 ’ -0 7 3 3 3 7 3 8 2" CL. 1’-6 1’-0 1’-0 3 EQ. SPA. 1’-0 TYP. 3 1 ’ -6 a2 TOP OF PI LES 2" CL. 15 & 16 PILE BENTS 2" CL. 3 3 11 PILE SPACES @ 3’-9 = 41’-11 3 11 7 11 3 12 PILE BENT 1 1 1 8e1 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . 10 5 5n1 5m1 | BEARINGS 1 ’ -6 1 ’ -6 1" PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL 3’ -0 1" 9 " PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL (TYP. SPA. a1 8e1 3’ -0 9 PILE SPACES @ 4’-8 = 42’-0 10 PILE SPACES @ 4’-2 = 41’-10 1 ’ -6 8 10 PILE BENT 1 1 1 8e1 a2 1 5c1 a1 5n1 5m1 11 PILE BENT 1 a1 1 a2 5c1 8e1 2" CL.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS. " U" SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY GRADE ELEV. 1’-0 1’-0 2 EQ. SPA. b1 1 12 1’-6 13 PILE SPACES @ 3’-2 = 41’-11 14 PILE SPACES @ 3’-0 = 42’-0 1’-6 VIEW A-A FOR 17 PILE BENT 14 PILE BENT 1 1 8e1 a2 1 5c1 a1 5n1 5m1 15 PILE BENT 1 1 5c1 a2 1 a1 8e1 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . . 1 ’ -6 a2 1 ’ -0 a2 TOP OF PI LES 3 EQ. SPA. TYP. 2 EQ.44’ ROADWAY. TYP.dgn H44-38-07 11x17_pdf. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.pltcfg 2" CL. 3’ -0 1’-6 b1 1’-0 TYP. 12. TYP. 2007 1 12 b1 1’-0 2 EQ. 8 b1 b1 5c1 3 4 3’-0 5c1 3 4 3’-0 VIEW A-A FOR 10 PILE BENT 1 12 3 EQ. 1’-0 1’-0 7 TYP. SPA. a1 8e1 3’ -0 8e1 1 ’ -0 8 b1 5c1 3 4 3’-0 1 12 b1 1’-0 3 EQ. 13. TYP. SPA. 1’-0 b1 1 12 1’-6 15 PILE SPACES @ 2’-9 = 41’-10 16 PILE SPACES @ 2’-7 = 42’-0 1’-6 PILE BENT PIERS 0 SKEW H44-38-07 16 PILE BENT 17 PILE BENT 9/29/2011 2:44:07 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. SP. SPA. a2 1 5c1 a1 5n1 5m1 13 PILE BENT 1 5c1 a2 1 8 a1 2" CL. 12 PILE SPACES @ 3’-6 = 42’-0 1’-6 3 b1 1’-0 TYP. 1’-6 1’-0 1’-0 3 EQ. 2 EQ. 1’-0 b1 1 12 VIEW A-A FOR 11. 3 EQ.

BRG.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS.PER PILE BENT 10 PILE BENT 11 PILE BENT 12 PILE BENT 13 PILE BENT 14 PILE BENT 15 PILE BENT 16 PILE BENT 17 PILE BENT WEIGHT 607 477 477 414 86 71 33 PILE BENT NOTES: THESE PIER BENTS ARE DESIGNED FOR USE IN LOCATIONS WHERE ICE AND DRIFT CONDITIONS ARE NOT SEVERE.1 15.REINFORCING BAR LIST AND ESTIMATED QUANTITIES . SIZE 911 477 607 560 86 71 33 6 4 4 50 4 12 12 9 8 9 5 8 5 5 WEIGHT NO. D=PIN DIAMETER. 2 3 2951 2696 2745 2793 2842 2590 2627 2165 STRUCTURAL ----16.4 16. NOTE: FRICTION BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND END BEARING IN SOIL. 2007 PILE BENT PIERS 0 SKEW H44-39-07 9/29/2011 2:44:08 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 3 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.) 1 PILE TYPE 1.5 16. 2 AND 3. 4 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS. (TONS) 14 138’-10 12 14 151’-4 12 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . 5m1 5n1 REINFORCING STEEL (LB.1 15. PILE BRG. SIZE 911 477 607 608 86 71 33 6 4 4 54 4 12 12 9 8 9 5 8 5 5 WEIGHT NO.1 15. SEE STANDARD P10L.pltcfg .4 16. 5c1 8e1 MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR SHALL BE 2 INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN. SIZE 911 477 607 511 86 71 33 6 4 4 46 4 12 12 9 8 9 5 8 5 5 WEIGHT NO.1 15. SIZE 8 4 4 38 4 12 12 9 8 9 5 8 5 5 WEIGHT NO. SIZE 911 477 477 535 86 71 33 6 4 4 47 4 12 12 9 8 8 5 8 5 5 WEIGHT NO. (KIPS) 124 124 131 131 142 129 135 124 141 130 145 134 141 131 138 129 145 127 NUMBER OF TRESTLE PILES PILE SIZE 213’-10 | PIER CAP & | PILES 226’-4 17 16 37 108 14 14 ----- -- -- -15 14 243’-0 ----- -- -- -16 PILE ORIENTATION DETAIL FOR 1 CONCRETE QUANTITIES SHOWN HAVE HAD THE VOLUME OF EMBEDDED PILES DEDUCTED FOR TYPES 1 AND 2 BASED ON 0. SIZE 911 477 477 572 86 71 33 4 4 4 34 4 12 12 9 8 8 5 8 5 5 FOR DETAILS OF TRESTLE PILES.1 15.5 16. TYPE 3 TRESTLE BENT PILES 2 SEE STANDARD P10L FOR "K" DIMENSION. ‘POINT BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND POINT BEARING IN ROCK. THE CONCRETE QUANTITIES FOR TYPE 3 PILES DO NOT REQUIRE REDUCTION FOR PILE EMBEDMENT. TYPES 1. (KIPS) 89 P10L TYPE 1 OR 2 FRICTION OR POINT BEARING PILING P10L TYPE 3 3 DES.3 ----- CONCRETE (CY) BENT BAR DETAILS 6 2’-9 2’-8 6 2’ -8 2’ -6 1 ’ -6 D=2 D=6 D=2 2’-8 8e1 5m1 5c1 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. FRICTION BEARING PILING |-| ABUTMENT BEARING 2 NUMBER OF TRESTLE PILES "K" (INCHES) 3 DES. APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . BAR a1 a2 b1 LENGTH 44’-8 44’-8 44’-8 11’-8 8’-1 5’-8 2’-8 SHAPE NO.44’ ROADWAY.5 16.1 ----16. (TONS) 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 12 11 12 12 13 13 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 43 43 45 45 49 44 47 43 49 45 50 46 49 45 48 44 50 44 4 LRFD DES. 15 163’-10 13 16 176’-4 14 17 188’-10 15 201’-4 16 16 16 36 38 104 109 16 14 37 32 106 91 16 14 38 32 109 93 16 14 38 33 109 95 16 14 36 32 104 94 14 31 4 LRFD DES.8 FT‡ PER FOOT OF EMBEDMENT.dgn H44-39-07 11x17_pdf. BRG. PI LE ORI ENTATI ON DETAI L ADDED. PILE BRG. SIZE 911 477 607 657 86 71 33 6 4 4 44 4 12 12 9 8 8 5 8 5 5 WEIGHT NO. SIZE 1215 477 607 462 86 71 33 6 4 4 42 4 12 12 9 8 9 5 8 5 5 WEIGHT NO.1 15.

1 b1 1 1 2" CL. 3 " 1 5m1 7 PILE BENT 8 PILE BENT a2 5c1 8e1 5m1 & 5n1 BAR LAYOUT 1 1 1 5c1 5m1 1 8e1 a2 1 a1 1 5n1 a1 KEYED NOTCH DETAIL CAP DEPTH I S 3’ -6. SPA. 1’-6 1’-0 1’-0 3 EQ. 1’-0 1 12 10 PILE SPACES @ 4’-2 = 41’-10 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . @ | PIER 1 1 1 1 1 a2 5c1 5m1 5c1 1 8e1 a1 5n1 a1 a2 8e1 3’ -0 9 9 A 2’-0 1" PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL 1 12 1’-0 1’-6 6 PILE SPACES @ 7’-0 = 42’-0 1’-0 7 PILE SPACES @ 6’-0 = 42’-0 1’-6 8 b1 TYP. 2007 PILE BENT PIERS HP14 PILES 0 SKEW H44-40-07 9/29/2011 2:44:11 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY 3’-3 6’-10 KEYED NOTCH (SEE DETAIL) | PIER 6’-10 TYP.) 2 5n1 3 3 EQ. 2" CL. 3 EQ. TYP. 10 5 5n1 5m1 | BEARINGS 1 ’ -6 1 ’ -6 5’-7 1’-3 4’-4 2’-6 4’-4 2’-6 4’-4 3’-3 A 5n1 2’-0 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 2’-0 | BEAMS 45’-0 TYPICAL PLAN NOTE: SEE SHEET H44-09-07 FOR "U" DIMENSION.dgn H44-40-07 11x17_pdf. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 11 PILE BENT 12 PILE BENT LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 3 2" CL. 11 PILE SPACES @ 3’-9 = 41’-11 1’-6 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER VIEW A-A FOR 11 & 12 PILE BENTS b1 b1 1’-0 TYP. SPA. 9 & 10 PILE BENTS 1 12 3 EQ. 1 1 5c1 3 4 3’-0 VIEW A-A FOR 7. 8. " U" SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY GRADE ELEV. 1’-0 TYP. 1’-0 12 3 1 3 7 3 EQ. SPA. SPA. 3 3 7 2 EQ. 2" CL. 1’-0 12 b1 1 1" " PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL (TYP.44’ ROADWAY. a1 8e1 9 PILE SPACES @ 4’-8 = 42’-0 1 ’ -0 3’ -6 a2 b1 1 ’ -0 a2 b1 1 ’ -6 9 PILE BENT 10 PILE BENT 1 1 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . 4 EQ. TYP. SP. SPA. SPA. SPA. SPA. TYP. b1 1’-0 12 1’-0 1’-6 8 PILE SPACES @ 5’-3 = 42’-0 1’-0 4 EQ. SPA.THI S SHEET WAS ADDED FOR THE 1 4" PI LE OPTI ON & 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 8e1 a2 5c1 a1 5m1 5c1 8e1 5c1 3 4 3’-0 3 5n1 a1 a2 2" CL. TOP OF PI LES 3 2 EQ. SPA.pltcfg . 1 1 1’-6 3’ -6 a1 8e1 4 EQ. TOP OF PI LES 1 ’ -6 2" CL. 5 EQ.

6 18. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.REINFORCING BAR LIST AND ESTIMATED QUANTITIES PILE BENT NOTES: THESE PIER BENTS ARE DESIGNED FOR USE IN LOCATIONS WHERE ICE AND DRIFT CONDITIONS ARE NOT SEVERE. NOTE: FRICTION BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND END BEARING IN SOIL. 2007 PILE BENT PIERS HP14 PIERS 0 SKEW H44-41-07 9/29/2011 2:41:33 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. PILE SIZE PILE BRG. SIZE 9 8 9 5 8 5 5 2978 WEIGHT NO.dgn H44-41-07 11x17_pdf. ‘POINT BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND POINT BEARING IN ROCK. FRICTION OR POINT BEARING PILING |-| ABUTMENT BEARING NUMBER OF TRESTLE PILES 1 DES.THI S SHEET WAS ADDED FOR THE 1 4" PI LE OPTI ON & 10 HP14x73 HP14x89 HP14x73 HP14x89 HP14x73 HP14x89 HP14x73 HP14x89 HP14x73 HP14x89 HP14x73 HP14x89 HP14x73 HP14x89 HP14x73 HP14x89 HP14x73 HP14x89 1 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD. BRG. APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . SIZE 8 4 4 38 4 12 12 9 8 10 5 8 5 5 3153 1215 477 769 502 86 71 33 8 4 4 37 4 12 12 PER PILE BENT 8 PILE BENT 9 PILE BENT 10 PILE BENT 11 PILE BENT 12 PILE BENT WEIGHT 911 477 477 608 86 71 33 WEIGHT NO. SEE STANDARD P10L. 5c1 8e1 5m1 5n1 LENGTH 44’-8 44’-8 44’-8 12’-8 8’-1 5’-8 2’-8 SHAPE 7 PILE BENT NO. 2 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.6 18.6 18.) STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (CY) PILE TYPE 3 18. 9 188’-10 8 10 201’-4 8 10 213’-10 9 11 226’-4 9 12 243’-0 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . (TONS) 62 62 57 65 62 71 57 74 60 68 60 76 64 71 61 74 59 70 2 LRFD DES.6 18. D=PIN DIAMETER. BAR a1 FOR DETAILS OF TRESTLE PILES. (KIPS) 179 179 165 189 179 205 167 214 174 196 175 219 184 205 176 216 170 204 P10L TYPE 3 7 138’-10 7 8 151’-4 7 8 163’-10 7 9 176’-4 7 CAP DEPTH I S 3’ -6.6 18.6 BENT BAR DETAILS 6 2’-9 2’-8 6 3’ -2 2’ -6 1 ’ -6 D=2 D=6 D=2 2’-8 8e1 5m1 5c1 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. SIZE 1215 477 607 621 86 71 33 6 4 4 42 4 12 12 9 8 8 5 8 5 5 2610 WEIGHT NO.pltcfg .44’ ROADWAY. SIZE 1215 477 607 489 86 71 33 8 4 4 42 4 12 12 9 8 9 5 8 5 5 3044 WEIGHT NO. SIZE 1215 477 607 555 86 71 33 8 4 4 47 4 12 12 9 8 9 5 8 5 5 3110 WEIGHT NO. SIZE 911 477 477 555 86 71 33 6 4 4 46 4 12 12 9 8 8 5 8 5 5 2663 REINFORCING STEEL (LB. a2 b1 MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR SHALL BE 2 INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN.

1’-6 1’-6 11 PILE SPACES @ 4’-0 = 44’-0 12 PILE SPACES @ 3’-8 = 44’-0 8 2" CL. 2" CL. SPA. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 2007 1 12 b1 1’-0 2 EQ. KEYED NOTCH DETAIL 8e1 a2 a1 5c1 a1 5c1 a2 8e1 TOP OF PI LES TOP OF PI LES 1 ’ -6 2" CL. TYP. 13. b1 1 12 VIEW A-A FOR 17 PILE BENT 1’-6 13 PILE SPACES @ 3’-4 = 43’-10 14 PILE SPACES @ 3’-1 = 43’-9 1’-7 14 PILE BENT 8e1 a2 5c1 a1 a1 15 PILE BENT 5c1 a2 8e1 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . 3 10 PILE BENT 8e1 a2 5c1 a1 a1 11 PILE BENT 5c1 a2 8e1 5c1 3 4 3’-1 3 8 b1 1 ’ -6 a2 1 ’ -0 2 2" CL. 1’-0 1’-0 1 12 3 3 11 7 11 3 3 EQ. 1’-0 1’-0 2 EQ. 15 & 16 PILE BENTS 1 12 b1 b1 1’-0 3 EQ. SPA. SPA.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS. TYP. 1’-0 1’-0 3 EQ. 8 1’-7 1’-6 9 PILE SPACES @ 4’-10 = 43’-10 10 PILE SPACES @ 4’-4 = 43’-9 2" CL. 3 3 7 2 EQ. 3 EQ. 3 3 7 3 EQ. SPA. SEE SHEET H44-15-07 FOR "U" DIMENSION. SPA. a2 5c1 a1 a1 13 PILE BENT 5c1 a2 8e1 a2 b1 3 8 5c1 3 4 3’-1 1 12 b1 1’-0 3 EQ. SPA. 8 3’ -0 3’ -0 1 12 b1 1’-0 3 EQ. SPA.dgn H44-42-07 11x17_pdf. 14. a1 8e1 1 ’ -0 3 EQ. SPA. 3 2" CL. SPA. 2" CL. 3 2 EQ. TOP OF PI LES 1 ’ -6 2" CL.6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 A 3 ’ 1 6’-10 6’-10 5’-7 3 ’ 1 4’-4 6 ’ 2 4’-4 6 ’ 2 4’-4 | BEARINGS 2’-6 | PIER | ROADWAY 8 1 ’ -6 1" PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL " PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL 1" (TYP. SPA. 1’-0 TYP. 1’-0 1’-0 b1 1 12 a1 8e1 8 2" CL. SPA. 1’-0 TYP. 1’-0 TYP. a1 8e1 3’ -0 1 ’ -0 12 PILE BENT 8e1 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . 1’-0 b1 1 12 1’-7 15 PILE SPACES @ 2’-11 = 43’-9 16 PILE SPACES @ 2’-9 = 44’-0 1’-6 PILE BENT PIERS 15 SKEW H44-42-07 16 PILE BENT 17 PILE BENT 9/29/2011 2:41:38 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.44’ ROADWAY.pltcfg .) 1 ’ -6 3’ -1 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT THIS POINT THROUGH 180 ROTATION EXCEPT STEP ELEVATIONS 2’-3 15 KEYED NOTCH | PIER 42’-5 47’-0 (SEE DETAIL) 2’-3 8 8 A NOTE: THE HEIGHT OF THE STEPS ON THE BRIDGE SEAT IS EQUAL TO THE DIFFERENCE IN TYPICAL PLAN SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER EXCEPT STEPS GRADE ELEV. SPA. TYP. @ | PIER " U" ELEVATIONS OF THE TOP OF SLAB AT ADJACENT BEAMS ALONG | PIER. 12. TYP. TYP. a2 b1 5c1 3 4 3’-1 9 9 " 1 VIEW A-A FOR 10 PILE BENT VIEW A-A FOR 11.

BRG.6 ----- CONCRETE (CY) BENT BAR DETAILS 6 2’-9 6 2’ -8 D=2 2’ -7 D=6 2’-9 8e1 5c1 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.4 16. 2 AND 3. (KIPS) 126 126 133 133 144 131 137 126 143 131 136 126 143 132 139 130 137 128 NUMBER OF TRESTLE PILES PILE SIZE 213’-10 | PIER CAP & | PILES 226’-4 17 16 38 109 14 14 ----- -- -- -15 15 243’-0 ----- -- -- -16 PILE ORIENTATION DETAIL FOR 1 SEE SHEET H44-17-07 FOR STEP REINFORCING STEEL QUANTITIES AND DETAILS. PILE BRG.7 17.7 17.4 16. (KIPS) 90 P10L TYPE 1 OR 2 FRICTION OR POINT BEARING PILING P10L TYPE 3 4 DES. SEE STANDARD P10L. 5 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS. SIZE 8 4 4 38 4 9 8 9 5 8 WEIGHT NO.4 16. THE CONCRETE QUANTITIES FOR TYPE 3 PILES DO NOT REQUIRE REDUCTION FOR PILE EMBEDMENT.dgn H44-43-07 11x17_pdf. SIZE 952 498 635 617 87 6 4 4 54 4 9 8 9 5 8 WEIGHT NO. PI LE ORI ENTATI ON DETAI L ADDED. 4 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD.6 17. BRG.) 2 PILE TYPE 1. 3 SEE STANDARD P10L FOR "K" DIMENSION. 2 3 2958 2690 2740 2789 2838 2888 2615 2335 STRUCTURAL ----17.4 16. SIZE 952 498 635 568 87 6 4 4 50 4 9 8 9 5 8 WEIGHT NO. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. SIZE 952 498 635 716 87 6 4 4 47 4 9 8 8 5 8 WEIGHT NO. (TONS) 14 138’-10 12 14 151’-4 13 16 163’-10 14 REVI SED 1 1 -09 .SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS.4 16.8 FT‡ PER FOOT OF EMBEDMENT.REINFORCING BAR LIST AND ESTIMATED QUANTITIES .8 17. 5c1 8e1 MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR SHALL BE 2 INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN. TYPE 3 TRESTLE BENT PILES 2 CONCRETE QUANTITIES SHOWN HAVE HAD THE VOLUME OF EMBEDDED PILES DEDUCTED FOR TYPES 1 AND 2 BASED ON 0. SIZE 952 498 635 518 87 6 4 4 46 4 9 8 9 5 8 WEIGHT NO.PER PILE BENT 10 PILE BENT 11 PILE BENT 12 PILE BENT 13 PILE BENT 14 PILE BENT 15 PILE BENT 16 PILE BENT 17 PILE BENT WEIGHT 635 498 498 617 87 PILE BENT NOTES: THESE PIER BENTS ARE DESIGNED FOR USE IN LOCATIONS WHERE ICE AND DRIFT CONDITIONS ARE NOT SEVERE. TYPES 1. 2007 PILE BENT PIERS 15 SKEW H44-43-07 9/29/2011 2:41:39 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.44’ ROADWAY. PILE BRG. ‘POINT BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND POINT BEARING IN ROCK. SIZE 952 498 635 666 87 6 4 4 58 4 9 8 9 5 8 WEIGHT NO. FRICTION BEARING PILING |-| ABUTMENT BEARING 3 NUMBER OF TRESTLE PILES "K" (INCHES) 4 DES.pltcfg .4 ----17. SIZE 1269 498 635 489 87 6 4 4 42 4 9 8 9 5 8 WEIGHT NO. APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .8 17. 16 176’-4 14 17 188’-10 15 201’-4 17 16 16 36 36 105 104 16 14 37 32 108 93 16 14 35 32 103 94 16 14 35 31 102 90 16 14 36 33 105 95 14 31 5 LRFD DES.4 16. 1 REINFORCING STEEL (LB. D=PIN DIAMETER. BAR a1 a2 b1 LENGTH 46’-8 46’-8 46’-8 11’-10 8’-2 SHAPE NO. SIZE 952 498 498 580 87 4 4 4 50 4 9 8 8 5 8 FOR DETAILS OF TRESTLE PILES. NOTE: FRICTION BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND END BEARING IN SOIL. (TONS) 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 12 11 12 13 14 13 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 43 43 46 46 50 45 47 43 49 45 47 43 49 46 48 45 47 44 5 LRFD DES.

3 3 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . SPA. FOR 6’-9 PILE SPACING 1’-6 6’-9 6 EQ. 1’-0 1’-0 b1 1 12 3 EQ. FOR 7’-7 PILE SPACING 7’-7 7’-7 3’-3 6’-6 1’-0 1’-0 5 EQ. TOP OF PI LES 3 2 EQ. TYP. 8e1 a2 a1 5c1 a1 5c1 a2 8e1 3’ -1 1 12 1’-0 1’-0 1’-0 1’-0 b1 b1 5 EQ.) " 1 b1 5c1 3 4 3’-1 5c1 3 4 3’-1 8e1 a2 5c1 a1 a1 5c1 a2 8e1 VIEW A-A FOR 7. TYP.44’ ROADWAY.dgn H44-44-07 11x17_pdf. SPA. FOR 5’-9 PILE SPACING 1 12 8 5’-9 1’-6 7 PILE BENT 8 PILE BENT KEYED NOTCH DETAIL 8e1 a2 5c1 a1 a1 5c1 a2 8e1 3 EQ. SPA. 1’-6 1 1 2" CL. 1’-0 1’-0 b1 1 3’ -6 12 a1 8e1 1 1 2" CL. 8.THI S SHEET WAS ADDED FOR THE 1 4" PI LE OPTI ON & 9 PILE BENT 10 PILE BENT 1 1 1’-6 8 PILE SPACES @ 5’-6 = 44’-0 9 PILE SPACES @ 4’-10 = 43’-10 1 ’ -6 9 9 2’-6 1" PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL " PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL 1" (TYP. a1 8e1 1 ’ -0 3’ -6 a2 b1 1 ’ -0 2 2" CL. 3 3 7 3 EQ. SPA. SEE SHEET H44-15-07 FOR "U" DIMENSION. SPA. 2007 PILE BENT PIERS HP14 PILES 15 SKEW H44-44-07 9/29/2011 2:41:41 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 1’-6 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . SPA. 2" CL. @ | PIER " U" 1 ’ -6 NOTE: THE HEIGHT OF THE STEPS ON THE BRIDGE SEAT IS EQUAL TO THE DIFFERENCE IN ELEVATIONS OF THE TOP OF SLAB AT ADJACENT BEAMS ALONG | PIER. 1’-0 TYP. SPA. CAP DEPTH I S 3’ -6. FOR 6’-6 PILE SPACING 6’-6 1’-0 1’-0 4 EQ. TOP OF PI LES 1 ’ -6 2" CL. SPA.6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 A 3 ’ 1 6’-10 6’-10 5’-7 3 ’ 1 4’-4 6 ’ 2 4’-4 6 ’ 2 4’-4 | BEARINGS | PIER | ROADWAY 8 1 ’ -6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT THIS POINT THROUGH 180 ROTATION EXCEPT STEP ELEVATIONS 2’-3 15 KEYED NOTCH | PIER 42’-5 47’-0 (SEE DETAIL) 2’-3 8 A TYPICAL PLAN SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER EXCEPT STEPS GRADE ELEV. 3 2" CL. 3 3 7 2 EQ.pltcfg . THREE SPAN BRIDGE 1’-6 10 PILE SPACES @ 4’-4 = 43’-11 11 PILE SPACES @ 4’-0 = 44’-0 1 1 -09 11 PILE BENT 12 PILE BENT PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 1 1 1 12 b1 1’-0 4 EQ. 9 & 10 PILE BENTS VIEW A-A FOR 11 & 12 PILE BENTS 1 12 b1 1’-0 3 EQ. SPA. SPA. SPA. a2 4 EQ. SPA. 1’-0 TYP.

0 20. SIZE 8 4 4 42 4 9 8 10 5 8 3219 1269 498 803 562 87 8 4 4 42 4 PER PILE BENT 8 PILE BENT 9 PILE BENT 10 PILE BENT 11 PILE BENT 12 PILE BENT WEIGHT 952 498 635 616 87 WEIGHT NO.0 20.dgn H44-45-07 11x17_pdf.0 BENT BAR DETAILS 6 2’-9 6 3’ -2 D=2 2’ -7 D=6 2’-9 8e1 5c1 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.0 20. FRICTION OR POINT BEARING PILING |-| ABUTMENT BEARING NUMBER OF TRESTLE PILES 2 DES. 10 201’-4 8 11 213’-10 9 11 226’-4 9 12 243’-0 10 HP14x89 71 206 HP14x89 HP14x73 75 59 218 172 HP14x89 HP14x73 72 62 207 179 HP14x89 HP14x73 77 59 222 170 HP14x89 HP14x73 68 61 199 178 HP14x89 HP14x73 75 61 217 177 HP14x89 HP14x73 72 58 208 169 HP14x89 HP14x73 66 63 192 182 HP14x89 HP14x73 63 58 182 168 HP14x73 63 3 LRFD DES.REINFORCING BAR LIST AND ESTIMATED QUANTITIES PILE BENT NOTES: THESE PIER BENTS ARE DESIGNED FOR USE IN LOCATIONS WHERE ICE AND DRIFT CONDITIONS ARE NOT SEVERE.THI S SHEET WAS ADDED FOR THE 1 4" PI LE OPTI ON & 1 SEE SHEET H44-17-07 FOR STEP REINFORCING STEEL QUANTITIES AND DETAILS. (KIPS) 182 P10L TYPE 3 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . BAR a1 FOR DETAILS OF TRESTLE PILES. a2 b1 MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR SHALL BE 2 INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN. SIZE 9 8 9 5 8 3051 WEIGHT NO. SEE STANDARD P10L. PILE PILE BRG. SIZE 952 498 635 562 87 6 4 4 46 4 9 8 9 5 8 2788 REINFORCING STEEL (LB.) STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (CY) PILE TYPE 3 20. (TONS) 7 138’-10 7 8 151’-4 7 8 163’-10 7 9 176’-4 7 9 188’-10 8 CAP DEPTH I S 3’ -6. BRG. D=PIN DIAMETER. 2 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD.44’ ROADWAY. 1 5c1 8e1 LENGTH 46’-8 46’-8 46’-8 12’-10 8’-2 SHAPE 7 PILE BENT NO. ‘POINT BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND POINT BEARING IN ROCK. NOTE: FRICTION BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND END BEARING IN SOIL. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. SIZE 1269 498 635 562 87 8 4 4 42 4 9 8 9 5 8 3051 WEIGHT NO.pltcfg . 3 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.0 20. SIZE 1269 498 635 629 87 6 4 4 42 4 9 8 9 5 8 2734 WEIGHT NO.0 20. SIZE 1269 498 635 562 87 8 4 4 47 4 9 8 9 5 8 3118 WEIGHT NO. 2007 PILE BENT PIERS HP14 PILES 15 SKEW H44-45-07 9/29/2011 2:41:44 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.

2 EQ. SPA. 3 EQ.dgn H44-46-07 11x17_pdf. 3 EQ. SPA. SPA.) 2’-8 1 ’ -7 3’ -3 9 " 1 a1 5c1 a2 8e1 8e1 a1 a2 5c1 1 12 b1 1’-0 4 EQ. a1 8e1 3’ -0 3’ -0 1 ’ -0 1 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER EXCEPT STEPS GRADE ELEV. 1’-0 1’-0 3 EQ. 12 b1 1’-0 4 EQ. 3 3 8 b1 1 ’ -6 a2 1 ’ -0 a2 b1 5c1 3 4 3’-3 5c1 3 4 3’-3 1’-7 13 PILE SPACES @ 3’-9 = 48’-9 1’-7 14 PILE BENT 16 PILE BENT VIEW A-A FOR 10. SPA. a1 8e1 2" CL. TYP. SPA. b1 1 12 KEYED NOTCH DETAIL 1’-6 9 PILE SPACES @ 5’-5 = 48’-11 11 PILE SPACES @ 4’-5 = 48’-9 1’-7 10 PILE BENT 8e1 a1 a2 5c1 a1 12 PILE BENT TOP OF PI LES 5c1 a2 3 8e1 3 7 3 3 3 7 3 TOP OF PI LES 1 ’ -6 2" CL. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 1 12 b1 1’-0 2 EQ. 2" CL.44’ ROADWAY. 1’-0 1’-0 2 EQ. SEE SHEET H44-22-07 FOR "U" DIMENSION. 8 8 2" CL. TYP. 1’-0 1’-0 3 EQ. 12 & 14 PILE BENTS 8e1 a2 a1 5c1 a1 5c1 a2 8e1 VIEW A-A FOR 16. 2007 1’-6 17 PILE SPACES @ 2’-10 = 48’-10 18 PILE SPACES @ 2’-8 = 48’-9 1’-7 18 PILE BENT 19 PILE BENT PILE BENT PIERS 30 SKEW H44-46-07 9/29/2011 2:41:46 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 15 PILE SPACES @ 3’-3 = 48’-9 b1 1 12 8 2" CL. 1’-0 TYP. TYP. 18 & 19 PILE BENTS APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 A 6’-10 3 ’ 1 6’-10 5’-7 3 ’ 1 4’-4 6 ’ 2 4’-4 6 ’ 2 4’-4 | PIER | ROADWAY | BEARINGS 7 9 1 ’ -7 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT THIS POINT THROUGH 180 ROTATION EXCEPT STEP ELEVATIONS 2’-4(-) | PIER KEYED NOTCH (SEE DETAIL) 47’-4 52’-0 2’-4(-) 7 A TYPICAL PLAN NOTE: THE HEIGHT OF THE STEPS ON THE BRIDGE SEAT IS EQUAL TO THE DIFFERENCE IN ELEVATIONS OF THE TOP OF SLAB AT ADJACENT BEAMS ALONG | PIER. SPA. 1’-0 b1 1 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 12 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 1’-0 TYP. TYP.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS. SPA.pltcfg . @ | PIER " U" " PREFORMED 1" PREFORMED EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL 1" 2 8 EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL (TYP. 2" CL. SPA. SPA. 2 EQ. SPA.

BAR LI ST HAD LENGTH I N THE NUMBER COLUMNS. TYPE 3 TRESTLE BENT PILES 2 CONCRETE QUANTITIES SHOWN HAVE HAD THE VOLUME OF EMBEDDED PILES DEDUCTED FOR TYPES 1 AND 2 BASED ON 0. D=PIN DIAMETER.) 2 PILE TYPE 1. 18 176’-4 16 18 188’-10 16 19 201’-4 18 213’-10 | PIER CAP & | PILES 226’-4 19 16 36 104 18 16 16 34 36 100 105 16 14 35 33 100 94 16 14 33 31 96 89 16 14 36 29 105 85 16 14 33 32 97 92 16 14 37 29 107 85 14 32 5 LRFD DES. 1 REINFORCING STEEL (LB. NOTE: FRICTION BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND END BEARING IN SOIL. TYPES 1. 243’-0 19 16 38 109 16 PILE ORIENTATION DETAIL FOR 1 SEE SHEET H44-24-07 FOR STEP REINFORCING STEEL QUANTITIES AND DETAILS. 2007 PILE BENT PIERS 30 SKEW H44-47-07 9/29/2011 2:41:48 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. BRG. (TONS) 14 138’-10 12 16 151’-4 14 16 163’-10 14 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . SIZE 1405 552 703 596 89 8 4 4 46 4 9 8 9 5 8 WEIGHT NO. 2 AND 3. SIZE 1054 552 552 673 89 6 4 4 56 4 9 8 8 5 8 FOR DETAILS OF TRESTLE PILES. SIZE 1405 552 703 850 89 6 4 4 62 4 9 8 9 5 8 WEIGHT NO. PI LE ORI ENTATI ON DETAI L ADDED. SIZE 1405 552 703 584 89 8 4 4 67 4 9 8 9 5 8 WEIGHT NO. CHANGED LENGTH TO SI ZE. 3 SEE STANDARD P10L FOR "K" DIMENSION. THE CONCRETE QUANTITIES FOR TYPE 3 PILES DO NOT REQUIRE REDUCTION FOR PILE EMBEDMENT.7 20. SEE STANDARD P10L.dgn H44-47-07 11x17_pdf.8 FT‡ PER FOOT OF EMBEDMENT. BAR a1 a2 b1 LENGTH 51’-8 51’-8 51’-8 12’-2 8’-4 SHAPE NO. PILE BRG. SIZE 8 4 4 47 4 9 8 9 5 8 WEIGHT NO.4 19. FRICTION BEARING PILING |-| ABUTMENT BEARING 3 NUMBER OF TRESTLE PILES "K" (INCHES) 4 DES.REINFORCING BAR LIST AND ESTIMATED QUANTITIES . APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .PER PILE BENT 10 PILE BENT 12 PILE BENT 14 PILE BENT 16 PILE BENT 18 PILE BENT 19 PILE BENT WEIGHT 1054 552 552 711 89 PILE BENT NOTES: THESE PIER BENTS ARE DESIGNED FOR USE IN LOCATIONS WHERE ICE AND DRIFT CONDITIONS ARE NOT SEVERE. 5c1 8e1 MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR SHALL BE 2 INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN. (TONS) 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 14 14 14 16 14 16 16 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 HP10x57 HP12x53 44 44 47 39 42 42 44 44 46 46 44 44 46 41 49 43 45 45 5 LRFD DES. (KIPS) 129 129 135 113 122 122 128 128 134 134 128 128 134 118 141 124 130 130 NUMBER OF TRESTLE PILES PILE SIZE REVI SED 1 0-1 1 . PILE BRG. (KIPS) 92 P10L TYPE 1 OR 2 FRICTION OR POINT BEARING PILING P10L TYPE 3 4 DES.4 19.44’ ROADWAY. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 0-1 1 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.5 ----- BENT BAR DETAILS 6 2’-9 6 2’ -8 D=2 2’ -9 D=6 2’-11 8e1 5c1 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.7 20. ‘POINT BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND POINT BEARING IN ROCK. 2 3 3345 3333 3599 3185 2920 2958 STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (CY) ----20. BRG.8 20. 4 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD. 5 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.pltcfg . SIZE 1054 552 703 787 89 6 4 4 53 4 9 8 8 5 8 WEIGHT NO.4 19.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS.6 ----- 19.4 19.

SPA. b1 1 12 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . FOR 7’-4 PILE SPACING 7’-4 EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL (TYP. FOR 6’-4 PILE SPACING 7’-4 3’-8 6’-4 6’-4 6’-4 1’-0 1’-0 4 EQ. 3 5c1 3 4 3’-3 3 1 1 b1 1 ’ -6 b1 5c1 3 4 3’-3 1’-6 9 PILE SPACES @ 5’-5 = 48’-11 10 PILE SPACES @ 4’-10 = 48’-11 1’-6 10 PILE BENT 11 PILE BENT VIEW A-A FOR 8. 10 & 11 PILE BENTS VIEW A-A FOR 12 PILE BENT 8e1 a1 a2 5c1 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . FOR 5’-6 PILE SPACING 5’-6 1’-6 1 12 4 EQ. SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER EXCEPT STEPS 2’-8 GRADE ELEV.THI S SHEET WAS ADDED FOR THE 1 4" PI LE OPTI ON & 2" CL. TYP. SPA.dgn H44-48-07 11x17_pdf. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 1 12 b1 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1’-0 3 EQ. TOP OF PI LES 3 2 EQ. 8e1 a1 a2 5c1 a1 5c1 a2 8e1 1 1 a1 8e1 1 1 2" CL. SPA. a1 8e1 3’ -6 1 ’ -0 3’ -6 a2 1 ’ -0 a2 1 1 1 12 b1 1’-0 4 EQ. SPA. 9 PILE BENT 3 EQ. 2" CL. 1’-0 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 1’-7 TYP. FOR 6’-0 PILE SPACING 1’-6 6’-0 6 EQ. @ | PIER " U" " PREFORMED 1" PREFORMED a1 5c1 a2 EXPANSION 8e1 JOINT MATERIAL 1" 2 8 1 12 1’-0 1’-0 1’-0 1’-0 b1 b1 1’-0 1’-0 5 EQ. SPA. 3 3 7 3 EQ. TOP OF PI LES 1 ’ -6 2" CL. 1’-0 TYP. SPA.pltcfg . SPA.) 8e1 a1 a2 5c1 3’ -3 9 " 1 KEYED NOTCH DETAIL 8 PILE BENT CAP DEPTH I S 3’ -6.44’ ROADWAY. SPA. 2" CL. 3 3 7 2 EQ. 3 2" CL. SEE SHEET H44-22-07 FOR "U" DIMENSION. 2007 11 PILE SPACES @ 4’-5 = 48’-9 12 PILE BENT PILE BENT PIERS HP14 PILES 30 SKEW H44-48-07 9/29/2011 2:41:50 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. SPA. SPA.6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 A 6’-10 3 ’ 1 6’-10 5’-7 3 ’ 1 4’-4 6 ’ 2 4’-4 6 ’ 2 4’-4 | PIER | ROADWAY | BEARINGS 7 9 1 ’ -7 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT THIS POINT THROUGH 180 ROTATION EXCEPT STEP ELEVATIONS 2’-4(-) | PIER KEYED NOTCH (SEE DETAIL) 47’-4 52’-0 2’-4(-) 7 A TYPICAL PLAN 1 ’ -7 NOTE: THE HEIGHT OF THE STEPS ON THE BRIDGE SEAT IS EQUAL TO THE DIFFERENCE IN ELEVATIONS OF THE TOP OF SLAB AT ADJACENT BEAMS ALONG | PIER. 1’-0 1’-0 3 EQ. SPA. 9.

APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . (KIPS) 163 P10L TYPE 3 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . (TONS) 8 138’-10 8 8 151’-4 8 8 163’-10 8 9 176’-4 8 9 188’-10 8 CAP DEPTH I S 3’ -6. D=PIN DIAMETER. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.5 23. SIZE 1405 552 889 659 89 8 4 4 47 4 9 8 9 5 8 3394 WEIGHT NO.44’ ROADWAY.5 BENT BAR DETAILS 6 2’-9 6 3’ -2 D=2 2’ -9 D=6 2’-11 8e1 5c1 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. PILE BRG. SIZE 8 4 4 47 4 9 8 9 5 8 3394 PER PILE BENT 8 PILE BENT 9 PILE BENT 10 PILE BENT 11 PILE BENT 12 PILE BENT WEIGHT 1054 552 703 632 89 WEIGHT NO. a2 b1 MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR SHALL BE 2 INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN. NOTE: FRICTION BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND END BEARING IN SOIL. SIZE 1405 552 703 645 89 8 4 4 48 4 9 8 10 5 8 3594 WEIGHT NO.dgn H44-49-07 11x17_pdf.THI S SHEET WAS ADDED FOR THE 1 4" PI LE OPTI ON & 1 SEE SHEET H44-24-07 FOR STEP REINFORCING STEEL QUANTITIES AND DETAILS. SIZE 1405 552 703 577 89 6 4 4 46 4 9 8 9 5 8 3030 REINFORCING STEEL (LB. FRICTION OR POINT BEARING PILING |-| ABUTMENT BEARING NUMBER OF TRESTLE PILES PILE SIZE 2 DES.5 23. 2 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD. ‘POINT BEARING INCLUDES SIDE FRICTION AND POINT BEARING IN ROCK.5 23. SEE STANDARD P10L.5 23. 2007 PILE BENT PIERS HP14 PILES 30 SKEW H44-49-07 9/29/2011 2:41:52 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. SIZE 1405 552 703 645 89 8 4 4 42 4 9 8 9 5 8 3326 WEIGHT NO. BRG. 3 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.pltcfg . BAR a1 FOR DETAILS OF TRESTLE PILES. 1 5c1 8e1 LENGTH 51’-8 51’-8 51’-8 13’-2 8’-4 SHAPE NO.) STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (CY) PILE TYPE 3 23. 10 201’-4 8 11 213’-10 9 11 226’-4 9 12 243’-0 10 HP14x89 72 210 HP14x89 HP14x73 76 60 222 175 HP14x89 HP14x73 73 63 211 181 HP14x89 HP14x73 78 59 226 173 HP14x89 HP14x73 70 62 202 181 HP14x89 HP14x73 67 62 194 180 HP14x89 HP14x73 64 59 185 172 HP14x89 HP14x73 59 64 171 185 HP14x89 HP14x73 56 59 163 171 HP14x73 56 3 LRFD DES.REINFORCING BAR LIST AND ESTIMATED QUANTITIES PILE BENT NOTES: THESE PIER BENTS ARE DESIGNED FOR USE IN LOCATIONS WHERE ICE AND DRIFT CONDITIONS ARE NOT SEVERE.

FRONT ELEVATION 3 18 SPACES @ 10 = 15’-0 19 d1 & d2 BARS EA. SEE H44-37-07. @ 9 = 4’-6 . 213’-10 5m1 NOTE: SHIFT 5c1 BARS TO 5c2 .d1 & d2 BARS 1 1 -09 4e1 | PIER 1’-3 7’-9 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. | PIER LAP 2 SP. 188’-10 5c2 .201’-4. 2x8 BEVELED KEY 5c1 5c4 45’-0 9 6a3 9 @ 10 3 SP. @ 6 = 4’-6 .226’-4. SEE SHEET H44-09-07 FOR "U" DIMENSION. APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 2’ -6 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . AT PIER 8 SP. MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR 1 ’ -0 REINFORCING BAR SHALL BE 2 INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN.dgn H44-50-07 11x17_pdf.4 SPA. CONSTRUCTION JOINT @ 9 D = DEPTH 2x8x15’-0 BEVELED KEY d2 3 3 PIER NOTES: SEE "TEE PIER NOTES" ON H44-02-07 FOR NOTES REGARDING APPLICATION OF THESE PIER STANDARDS.138’-10.44’ ROADWAY. @ 1’-10 5n1 5n1 a1 6a3 3’-0 5m1 4’ -0 5c1 5c4 5c3 2’ -9 5c3 SECTION B-B 8b1 3 2’ -6 2’-1 8b1 LAP 3 H = HEI GHT OF PI ER H-( 6’ -6) -D = COLUMN HEI GHT d1 6a4 H = 1 6’TO 24’ 4e BARS @ 1 ’ -0 CTRS.pltcfg . 243’-0 GRADE ELEV.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS. REVI SED 1 1 -09 . 1’-6 TOP OF PILES DETAILS SEE FOOTING DETAILS 1’-6 1’-6 SEE FOOTING 1’-6 ELIMINATE 2x8 BEVELED KEYWAY ON TOP OF CAP FOR EXPANSION PIERS.5 SP.9 SP. 4e1 2" CL.SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY | BEAMS 2’-0 6’-10 6’-10 6’-10 TYP.6 SP. 176’-4. 2007 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY TEE PIER CAP AND COLUMN 0 SKEW 3 1 0 5m1 & 5n1 CLEAR d1 COLUMN 1 0 1 0 6’ -6 1 0 SECTION A-A H44-50-07 9/29/2011 2:41:55 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 5c2 a1 5c3 2" CL. @ 1’-10 7 7 6a4 BARS ALL SPANS 3 7 5c2 6 a2 2" CL. FACE d2 BARS d1 END ELEVATION FOR SIZE OF BEARING PADS. CONSTRUCTION 3 2’-6 3 JOINT A 13’-3 9’-0 B A H = 25’TO 40’ SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY 4e2 4e1 4’ -8 MI N. 9 4 a1 6’-10 6’-10 2’-0 3 3’-0 3 SP. 3 5c2 . 1’-3 | PIER 1 ’ -6 1 ’ -6 6’-10 5 5c4 5m1 5n1 a1 LOW STEP @ 3 @ 3 3 a2 1’-3 TYP. 6 3 SP. @ 0’-10(+) = 4’-6 CAP PLAN . d1 8b1 BAR LAYOUT 1 1 1 5c4 .4 SPA. 2x8x15’-0 3 BEVELED KEY 4e BARS @ 1 ’ -0 CTRS. 151’-4. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 4e2 5 EQUAL SPACES LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 4 . SP. @ 0’-11 = 7’-6 5c3 5c1 B " U" 11 5c1 . 3 3’ -0 | BEARINGS 9 9 3 5n1 3 EQ. 163’-10.

3 29.9 14.7 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8’-9 9’-9 10’-9 11’-9 12’-9 13’-9 14’-9 15’-9 16’-9 17’-3 18’-3 19’-3 20’-3 21’-3 22’-3 23’-3 24’-3 25’-3 26’-3 27’-3 28’-3 29’-3 30’-3 31’-3 32’-3 1369 1525 1681 1838 1994 2151 2307 2463 2620 2698 2854 3011 3167 3324 3480 3636 3793 3949 4106 4262 4418 4575 4731 4888 5044 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 11’-11 111 127 143 159 175 191 207 223 239 239 255 271 287 302 318 334 350 366 382 398 414 430 446 462 478 28 32 36 40 44 48 52 56 60 60 64 68 72 76 80 84 88 92 96 100 104 108 112 116 120 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 13’-10 259 296 333 370 407 444 481 517 554 554 591 628 665 702 739 776 813 850 887 924 961 998 1035 1072 1109 d1 BAR 4e1 BAR 4e2 BAR TOTAL WEIGHT (LB.CAP BENT BAR DETAILS 6 4 ’ 3 1 | .1 47.9 1538 1215 537 199 504 421 397 502 125 71 33 8 8 8 4 8 24 28 36 18 12 12 10 10 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 5 5 5932 29.4 21.4 38. SIZE LENGTH WEIGHT NO.8 19.5 46.44’ ROADWAY. SIZE WEIGHT NO.9 1215 954 537 199 504 421 397 502 125 71 33 8 8 8 4 8 24 24 36 18 12 12 9 8 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 5 5 4958 29.9 1538 1538 537 199 504 421 464 502 125 71 33 8 8 8 4 8 24 28 36 18 12 12 10 10 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 5 5 5932 29. SIZE WEIGHT 8 8 8 4 8 24 24 36 18 12 12 9 8 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 5 5 4958 29.8 36.9 31.pltcfg . SIZE LENGTH WEIGHT 6’-0 7’-0 8’-0 9’-0 10’-0 11’-0 12’-0 13’-0 14’-0 14’-6 15’-6 16’-6 17’-6 18’-6 19’-6 20’-6 21’-6 22’-6 23’-6 24’-6 25’-6 26’-6 27’-6 28’-6 29’-6 9. SIZE WEIGHT NO. SIZE WEIGHT NO.7 28. SIZE WEIGHT NO.0 39.6 16.2 42.9 1215 954 537 199 504 421 397 502 125 71 33 8 8 8 4 8 24 24 36 18 12 12 9 9 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 5 5 5219 29. SIZE LENGTH WEIGHT NO. SIZE WEIGHT NO. 2007 TEE PIER CAP AND COLUMN 0 SKEW H44-51-07 9/29/2011 2:41:56 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.| ABUT.9 44.9 1215 1215 537 199 504 421 397 502 125 71 33 8 8 8 4 8 24 24 36 18 12 12 10 9 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 5 5 5542 29.) 1739 1948 2157 2367 2576 2786 2995 3203 3413 3491 3700 3910 4119 4328 4537 4746 4956 5165 5375 5584 5793 6003 6212 6422 6631 D=2 4e2 5c4 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.5 33.dgn H44-51-07 11x17_pdf. SIZE WEIGHT NO.2 17.1 26.0 22.6 23. APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . SIZE WEIGHT NO.7 11.4 25. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.9 1899 1538 537 199 504 421 662 502 125 71 33 6 2’ -5 4 1 ’ -8 D=6 D=2 2’ -2 3’ -4 6a4 VARIES 8b1 23’-7 D=2 10’-3 13’-1 5c1 16’-10 5c2 VARIES 5c3 VARIES 5c4 5m1 6’-8 5’-8 2’-8 TOTAL (LB.3 12. BEARINGS 4 REI NFORCI NG STEEL BAR a1 a2 6a3 LENGTH 44’-8 44’-8 44’-8 SHAPE 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO. 5c2 & 5c3 D=2 6’-2 6 4’-4 STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (CY) 5m1 COLUMN REINFORCING STEEL H IN FEET 16 COLUMN HEIGHT STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (CY) NO. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 REVI SED 1 1 -09 .1 34.9 1215 1215 537 199 504 421 397 502 125 71 33 8 8 8 4 8 24 24 36 18 12 12 9 9 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 5 5 5219 29.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS.9 1899 1538 537 199 504 421 662 502 125 71 33 8 8 8 4 8 24 40 36 18 12 12 11 10 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 5 5 6491 29. SIZE WEIGHT NO.6 41.9 1538 1538 537 199 504 421 464 502 125 71 33 8 8 8 4 8 24 40 36 18 12 12 11 10 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 5 5 6491 29.) 6’-2 5’-3 TO 6’-1 5c1 5c2 2’-10 8b1 2’-8 4 4e1 2’ -2 3’-9 TO 5’-2 5c3 4 5n1 1 ’ -6 D=2 5c1. D = PIN DIAMETER.

201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO.) TEE PIER . 2007 d2 f1 3’-6 x 10’ x 24’ f2 g1 g2 46 . @ 1’-0 = 23’-0 24 .pltcfg 1 0’ -0 1 0’ -0 .| ABUT. 3389 31.8g1 2’-7 2’-7 2’-7 2’-7 1’-6 5 | PIER 1 1 SP. 141 3’-6 x 10’ x 24’ 144 145 138 144 3’-6 x 10’ x 24’ 146 143 140 146 3’-6 x 10’ x 24’ 143 145 4e2 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 18 SP. 1 2 . CONCRETE (CY) WEIGHT (LB. @ 1’-0 = 23’-0 24 . 3’ -6 45 TYP. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. OMIT ON 21A 3’ -6 8g1 1 2 . 1 ’ -1 1 ’ -0 3’-6 x 10’-0 x 24’-0 FOR 21A.@ 1 0 = 9’ -2 8g2 BOTT. ABOUT | PIER 6 23 SP. Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 REINF.#8 @ 0’-9 12 . THREE SPAN BRIDGE REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO. d2 2" CL..H=16’ TO 24’ H44-52-07 9/29/2011 2:41:59 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 22 TO 24 1 9 TO 21 1 6 TO 1 8 | . 1 ’ -6 1 0 . REINF. 1 ’ -6 1 0 . BRG. OMIT ON 24A 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG.5f2 OMIT ON 22A 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG. SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS. (KIPS) 145 2" CL.5f1 24’-0 SYMM.8g 2 3’ -6 8g1 REINF. AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-50-07.50 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 0 SKEW . # 9 BAR f1 f2 g1 6 SYMM. @ 9 = 22’-6 31 . (TONS) 50 49 50 50 48 50 50 50 49 50 49 50 2 LRFD DES.#9 AS SHOWN 24 . @ 9 = 22’-6 31 .) 1342 242 247 800 758 2 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0 4’ -8 MI N. FACE FOOTING NOTES: THESE FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP d2 BARS BATTER PILES IN EXTERIOR ROWS 1:4 IN THE DIRECTION SHOWN. @ 10 = 15’-0 FOOTING SIZE 19 .9 30 SP. STEEL PILING USED AS POINT BEARING SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET FROM BOTTOM OF FOOTING TO TOP OF BEARING d1 5 EQUAL SPACES | PIER 4e1 4 . 22A & 23A TYPICAL SECTION 5 9 30 SP.d1 & d2 BARS ROCK. TOP OF g2 PI LE CL. BRG.) SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY 1 1 -09 TOTAL LATEST REVI SI ON DATE PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 6 SYMM. PILING (HP10x57) H IN FT. ABOUT | PIER 6 23 SP.5f1 24’-0 SYMM.5f2 1’-7 d2 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER.#8 @ 0’-10 8’-7 9’-8 23’-8 9’-8 23’-8 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-50-07. 9 SP.dgn H44-52-07 11x17_pdf. FTG. FTG.#5 @ 1’-0 10 . & LAYOUT 21A 22A 23A 24A 22A 22A 23A 25A 22A 22A 24A 25A 1 DES. BRG.8g1 2’-7 2’-7 2’-7 2’-7 1’-6 7’ -0 8g2 D=9 9 SP. THE PILE LAYOUTS ARE SUCH THAT THE DISTANCE CENTER TO CENTER OF ADJACENT PILING SHALL NOT EXCEED 8’-0.#5 @ 1’-0 31 .8g 2 REINF.44’ ROADWAY.1 1 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD. ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 3’ -6 45 TYP.@ 1 0 = 9’ -2 BOTT.d1 & d2 BARS EA.@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0 1 1 SP. 3’-6 x 10’-0 x 24’-0 FOR 24A & 25A REVI SED 1 1 -09 .

1 2 . ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 5f2 4’ -0 OMIT ON 22B. 4’-0 x 10’-0 x 26’-0 FOR 22C.dgn H44-53-07 11x17_pdf.5f1 26’-0 SYMM. ABOUT | PIER 6 25 SP. 23C.5f1 26’-0 SYMM.9g1 2’-10 2’-10 2’-10 2’-10 1’-6 5 1 ’ -6 | PIER 1 1 SP. FTG. SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB. 9/29/2011 2:42:01 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. (TONS) 49 50 50 50 49 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 DES.5f2 3’ -6 45 TYP.50 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 0 SKEW . BRG. 23C 1 1 SP.9g 2 9g1 9 SP.#8 @ 0’-10 46 .H=25’ TO 40’ FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD. @ 10 = 25’-0 31 . TOP OF g2 PI LE 4’-0 x 10’-0 x 25’-0 FOR 22B. 2007 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-50-07.0 TOTAL WEIGHT (LB.pltcfg 1 1 ’ -0 1 1 ’ -0 . FTG. 24B. 145 BATTER PILES IN EXTERIOR ROWS 1:4 IN THE DIRECTION SHOWN. 2 LRFD 1 2 .#5 @ 1’-0 10 .5f1 26’-0 SYMM.#9 @ 0’-11 12 .SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS.#9 @ 0’-10 46 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 1 0’ -0 1 ’ -6 1 0 . 25B & 26A TYPICAL SECTION 7 27 SP. @ 10 = 23’-7 28 .5f2 143 145 143 144 4’ x 10’ x 25’ 144 5f1 TOP FTG. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.#5 @ 1’-0 11 . 26B OMIT ON 22C.@ 1 1 = 1 0’ -1 BOTT.@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0 1 DES. 1 2 . REINF. @ 1’-0 = 25’-0 26 .4 1 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY 1’-7 1 1 -09 268 3918 38.5 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. OMIT ON 22B. 24B. REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO.@ 1 1 = 1 0’ -1 BOTT.5f2 5f1 TOP FTG. @ 1’-0 = 25’-0 26 . 4’ -0 4’ x 10’ x 25’ 1 1 .d1 & d2 BARS EA. 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO. H44-53-07 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.8g 2 9g2 3’ -6 REINF. @ 1’-0 = 24’-0 25 . # 9 BAR 24B.@ 1 0 = 9’ -2 9g2 BOTT.d1 & d2 BARS 4e1 4e2 OF APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET FROM BOTTOM OF FOOTING TO TOP OF BEARING ROCK. 25B 1 ’ -6 5f1 TOP FTG.#5 @ 1’-0 28 .#9 AS SHOWN 26 . ABOUT | PIER 45 6 CL. THREE SPAN BRIDGE D=9 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 920 1047 1421 289 294 1124 1047 2 4175 42. 3’ -6 REINF.#9 @ 0’-10 12 . (KIPS) 141 146 1 0 SP. & LAYOUT 22B 22B 24B 25B 22B 23B 24B 26A 22C 23C 24C 26B 22D 23D 24D 26C 22D 23D 25C 26C 1 0’ -0 BRG. ABOUT | PIER 45 6 TYP. 26A OMIT ON 22B.) d2 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER. TEE PIER . f1 f2 g1 6 SYMM. 23B 1 1 . 23B 1 1 SP.8 27 SP. BARS AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-50-07. FTG.5f1 25’-0 SYMM.#5 @ 1’-0 28 .#9 @ 0’-11 9’-1 9’-8 24’-8 9’-8 24’-8 9’-1 9’-8 25’-8 9’-8 25’-8 9’-1 10’-8 25’-8 10’-8 25’-8 7’ -6 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . 25C 1 ’ -6 6 143 143 144 4’ x 10’ x 26’ 145 143 144 144 4’ x 11’ x 26’ 145 143 146 147 4’ x 11’ x 26’ 143 SYMM.) 1421 252 257 920 790 1421 262 3640 37.#9 @ 0’-10 12 . ABOUT | PIER 6 25 SP. OMIT ON 22C. 26C 4’ -0 REINF. 1 ’ -1 1 ’ -0 TYP. OMIT ON 22C. THE PILE LAYOUTS ARE SUCH THAT THE DISTANCE CENTER TO CENTER OF ADJACENT PILING SHALL NOT EXCEED 8’-0.) | PIER CONCRETE (CY) STEEL PILING USED AS POINT BEARING SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DISTANCE d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 . 1 2 . ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 5f2 REINF.9g 2 PILING (HP10x57) 9g1 1 ’ -6 1 0 . 23C. 24C.9g1 2’-10 2’-10 2’-10 2’-10 1’-6 1 ’ -6 9g2 1 1 SP. @ 10 = 25’-0 31 . 9g1 OMIT ON 22D 4’ -0 REINF. ABOUT | PIER 6 25 SP..5f2 3’ -6 45 TYP. @ 10 = 15’-0 19 . d2 2" CL. FTG. 1 0 SP. SYMM. 24C & 26B 18 SP. ABOUT | PIER 6 24 SP.9g1 5 4’-0 x 11’-0 x 26’-0 FOR 22D & 23D 6 2’-10 2’-10 2’-10 2’-10 1’-6 5 30 SP. 23B.#9 AS SHOWN 25 . REVI SED 1 1 -09 .#9 AS SHOWN 26 .#5 @ 1’-0 10 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 FOOTING SIZE 9 SP. @ 1’-0 = 25’-0 26 .#5 @ 1’-0 31 . 9g1 OMIT ON 24D. @ 11 = 24’-9 28 .44’ ROADWAY.| ABUT. 5f2 REINF. FACE 4’-0 x 11’-0 x 26’-0 FOR 24D. d2 f1 4’ x 10’ x 25’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 10’ x 26’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 11’ x 26’ f2 g1 g2 46 .9g 2 H IN FT. BRG.@ 1 0 = 9’ -2 8g2 BOTT.@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0 4’ -8 MI N.9g1 2’-9 2’-9 2’-9 2’-9 1’-6 5 6 30 SP. OMIT ON 24D. SYMM. 24C 5f1 TOP FTG. 37 TO 40 34 TO 36 31 TO 33 28 TO 30 25 TO 27 | . 25C & 26C FOOTING NOTES: THESE FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP d2 2" CL. 5f2 REINF.

5f2 2’ -6 1 ’ -6 4’ -8 MI N. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. FACE THESE FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-50-07. CONCRETE (CY) WEIGHT (LB.@ 8 = 7’ -4 | PIER 7 SP. TOP OF g2 PI LE CL.@ 8 = 7’ -4 7g2 7g1 1 2 .8 29 SP.#7 @ 0’-8 12 .7g 2 BOTT.@ 1 ’ -0 = 7’ -0 7’ -0 8 . THE PILE LAYOUTS ARE SUCH THAT THE DISTANCE CENTER TO CENTER OF ADJACENT PILING SHALL NOT EXCEED 8’-0.75 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 0 SKEW . @ 8 = 20’-6 30 .dgn H44-54-07 11x17_pdf. REINF. d2 2" CL. FTG. 2007 d2 f1 3’-6 x 8’ x 22’ f2 g1 g2 46 .) TEE PIER . ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 1’-7 2’ -6 45 TYP. 16A & 17A REVI SED 1 1 -09 . 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO. 3’-6 x 8’-0 x 22’-0 FOR 15A. 6 SYMM. 22 TO 24 1 9 TO 21 1 6 TO 1 8 | . & LAYOUT 14A 15A 16A 16A 15A 15A 16A 17A 15A 16A 16A 17A 1 DES. @ 10 = 15’-0 FOOTING SIZE 19 .. (TONS) 75 74 73 75 73 75 74 75 74 72 75 75 2 LRFD DES. d2 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER. ABOUT | PIER 6 21 SP. (KIPS) 220 2" CL. 214 3’-6 x 8’ x 22’ 210 219 210 218 3’-6 x 8’ x 22’ 214 215 213 208 3’-6 x 8’ x 22’ 217 218 4e2 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 18 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 7’ -0 7g2 7g1 1 2 . 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG. BRG. d1 5 EQUAL SPACES | PIER 4e1 4 .7g 2 BOTT.5f1 22’-0 SYMM. SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB.pltcfg 8’ -0 8’ -0 . THREE SPAN BRIDGE REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO.7g1 1’-11 3’-9 3’-9 1’-6 TYPICAL SECTION 4 1 1 SP.7g1 4’-9 4’-9 1’-6 4 1 1 SP.#5 @ 1’-0 30 . 2700 22. @ 8 = 20’-6 30 .5f1 SYMM. d2 BARS BATTER PILES IN EXTERIOR ROWS 1:4 IN THE DIRECTION SHOWN.#7 @ 0’-8 8’-7 7’-8 21’-8 7’-8 21’-8 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-50-07. @ 1’-0 = 21’-0 22 . REINF.) 1342 176 181 470 531 2 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.#5 @ 1’-0 8 .8 1 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD.) SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY 1 1 -09 TOTAL LATEST REVI SI ON DATE PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. FOOTING NOTES: PILING (HP10x57) H IN FT. STEEL PILING USED AS POINT BEARING SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET FROM BOTTOM OF FOOTING TO TOP OF BEARING ROCK. ABOUT | PIER 2’ -6 45 TYP.H=16’ TO 24’ H44-54-07 9/29/2011 2:42:04 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. REINF.44’ ROADWAY.THI S SHEET WAS ADDED FOR A 75 TON STEEL PI LI NG OPTI ON.#9 AS SHOWN 22 . @ 1’-0 = 21’-0 22 . BRG. 8 .d1 & d2 BARS EA. 1 ’ -6 # 9 BAR 6 f1 f2 g1 SYMM. FTG. OMIT ON 16A 7 SP.d1 & d2 BARS Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .| ABUT. REINF. BRG. ABOUT | PIER 6 21 SP.5f2 2’ -6 1 ’ -6 D=9 5f1 5f2 OMIT ON 15A TOP FTG. 1 ’ -1 1 ’ -0 22’-0 3’-6 x 8’-0 x 22’-0 FOR 14A 8 29 SP.

ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 3’ -0 f1 9 . FTG. BRG.9g 2 BOTT. 16B & 17B 4’-0 x 9’-0 x 23’-0 FOR 15C.#9 AS SHOWN 23 . 17C 7 SP. 16D. REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO.#5 @ 1’-0 8 . @ 11 = 22’-0 24 . REINF. OMIT ON 16B 1 1 SP. REINF.#8 @ 0’-11 12 . 1 2 .#5 @ 1’-0 26 .44’ ROADWAY.THI S SHEET WAS ADDED FOR A 75 TON STEEL PI LLI NG OPTI ON.#5 @ 1’-0 9 .H=25’ TO 40’ H44-55-07 9/29/2011 2:42:06 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.| 9 . g2 PI LE SYMM. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.d1 & d2 BARS 4e1 4e2 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER d2 f1 4’ x 8’ x 23’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 9’ x 23’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 9’ x 25’ f2 g1 g2 46 . SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB. & LAYOUT 15B 16B 16B 17B 15C 16C 16C 17C 15C 16C 16C 18A 15D 16D 16D 18B 15D 16D 17D 18B 1 DES.8g1 2’-0 4’-0 4’-0 1’-6 4’ -8 MI N.#8 @ 0’-10 12 . 17D & 18B FOOTING NOTES: 18 SP.) TEE PIER .5f1 23’-0 SYMM. @ 10 = 15’-0 19 . ABOUT | PIER 45 6 TOP OF TYP. 16C. 3’ -0 REINF. @ 10 = 21’-10 26 . 16C. @ 11 = 23’-11 26 . BARS BATTER PILES IN EXTERIOR ROWS 1:4 IN THE DIRECTION SHOWN.#9 AS SHOWN 23 . FTG. REINF. OMIT ON 15D.@ 9 = 8’ -3 8g2 BOTT. 18A 1 ’ -6 OMIT ON 15C CL.@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0 8 .dgn H44-55-07 11x17_pdf. 16D.7 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 8g2 8g1 1 2 .#9 AS SHOWN 25 ..@ 8 = 7’ -4 2" CL. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 208 1 1 -09 213 602 726 1421 226 232 602 1006 2 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.#9 @ 0’-9 9’-1 7’-8 22’-8 7’-8 22’-8 9’-1 8’-8 22’-8 8’-8 22’-8 9’-1 8’-8 24’-8 8’-8 24’-8 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . 25’-0 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 3’ -0 H PILING (HP10x57) | . 3170 30.5f2 2’ -6 45 TYP. 4 1 ’ -6 d2 1 1 SP. 3’ -0 REINF.#5 @ 1’-0 24 .@ 9 = 8’ -3 9g2 1 2 . @ 1’-0 = 24’-0 25 . TYPICAL SECTION 4’-0 x 8’-0 x 23’-0 FOR 15B.#5 @ 1’-0 26 . d2 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER.3 1 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD. 213 STEEL PILING USED AS POINT BEARING SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET FROM BOTTOM OF FOOTING TO TOP OF BEARING ROCK. @ 1’-0 = 22’-0 23 .8g 2 BOTT. ABOUT | PIER 6 22 SP. 18B OMIT ON 15D 4’ x 8’ x 23’ 218 219 213 207 4’ x 9’ x 23’ 217 218 216 210 4’ x 9’ x 23’ 219 212 214 208 4’ x 9’ x 25’ 217 209 218 212 4’ x 9’ x 25’ 213 1’-7 D=9 6 SYMM. 16D. 2007 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-50-07.5f2 8’ -0 1 ’ -6 # 9 BAR OMIT ON 15B 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG. ABOUT | PIER 6 22 SP.8g1 4 2’-3 4’-4 4’-4 1’-6 1 1 SP.7g1 2’-0 4’-0 4’-0 1’-6 4 6 25 SP. BRG.@ 1 ’ -0 = 7’ -0 8 SP. 17D 8g1 8 SP. (KIPS) 214 208 FOOTING SIZE 7’ -6 OMIT ON 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG.pltcfg 9’ -0 9’ -0 .5f1 23’-0 SYMM. FACE THESE FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-50-07. (TONS) 74 72 75 75 74 72 75 75 75 73 75 74 74 72 75 73 75 73 74 74 2 LRFD DES.5f2 45 TYP.#8 @ 0’-8 46 . 1 ’ -1 1 ’ -0 6 SYMM. 37 TO 40 34 TO 36 31 TO 33 28 TO 30 25 TO 27 ABUT. f2 g1 OMIT ON 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG.@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0 1 ’ -6 IN FT.3 TOTAL WEIGHT (LB. BRG. d2 2" CL.8g 2 2’ -6 7g1 REINF.#7 @ 0’-11 12 .5f1 SYMM. THE PILE LAYOUTS ARE SUCH THAT THE DISTANCE CENTER TO CENTER d1 5 EQUAL SPACES OF ADJACENT PILING SHALL NOT EXCEED 8’-0.#8 @ 0’-9 46 . @ 1’-0 = 22’-0 23 .5 | PIER 23 SP.) 1421 184 189 376 726 1421 2896 27. 17C & 18A 6 25 SP. 4’-0 x 9’-0 x 25’-0 FOR 15D. 16C.#5 @ 1’-0 9 .75 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 0 SKEW . 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO. OMIT ON 15C. ABOUT | PIER 6 24 SP. FTG.) | PIER CONCRETE (CY) 4 .d1 & d2 BARS EA. 3487 33.

9’ -0 4’ -6 6 3 5’ -0 6 4’ -6 d2 BOTT.5f2 REINFORCING 8g1 1 3 .#5 @ 1’-0 9 .44’ ROADWAY. FACE FOOTING NOTES: THESE SPREAD FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-50-07. REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL REVI SED 04-1 2 .@ 9 4’ -6 1 0’ -0 9’ -0 . d2 f1 3’-6 x 9’ x 25’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 3’-6 x 9’ x 27’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 3’-6 x 9’ x 29’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 3’-6 x 10’ x 29’ f2 g1 g2 46 .9 . 27 . BRG.#7 @ 0’-8 46 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0. @ 11 = 28’-5.7g1 9 4’ -8 MI N. 226 232 404 655 1473 244 250 496 1068 1473 4e2 3531 31. FOOTING 10g2 9 SP.8g 2 8’ -0.#9 AS SHOWN 29 .5f2 FOOTING SIZE 4’ -6 = 9’ -6 BOTT.5f2 1 2 SP.1 5 . @ 1’-0 = 26’-0. FOOTING 5 BOTT. @ 9 = 23’-9.5 | PIER 4e1 d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 .#5 @ 1’-0 9 .5f2 REINFORCING = 6g1 8’ -1 .5f1 27’-0 6 6 28 SP.7g 2 8 SP.#9 AS SHOWN 27 .. @ 11 = 25’-10. @ 1’-0 = 28’-0.5f1 29’-0 3" CL. SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB.@ 8 1 3 SP.9g 2 7g2 7g1 9g2 REINFORCING 2" CL.pltcfg 5’ -0 TOP FOOTING 1 2 SP.| ABUT.1 0 .) d2 BARS CONCRETE (CY) 18 SP. 32 .d1 & d2 BARS 2990 29. FOOTING 8 SP.8 04-1 2 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. FOOTING SIZE BAR NO.#7 @ 0’-11 14 .) TEE PIER .#5 @ 1’-0 9 .8g1 27 SP.6g1 7 9 30 SP.#9 AS SHOWN 25 . 29 .5f1 25’-0 6 6 28 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 4 SP.#8 @ 0’-11 13 .5f1 29’-0 3’-6 x 9’-0 x 27’-0 7’ -1 0 3’-6 x 10’-0 x 29’-0 D=9 d2 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER.7g1 H IN FT. | .#5 @ 1’-0 10 . DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. 8’ -2. 29 .1 3 .#5 @ 1’-0 32 .1 4 .I NTO ROCK 8’ -0.) 1473 2" CL. @ 10 = 15’-0 19 .9 .d1 & d2 BARS EA. 25 . @ 1’-0 = 24’-0.#7 @ 0’-11 15 .@ 1 ’ -0 = = 8 SP. 31 . FOOTING # 9 BAR 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 4’ -6 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 f1 f2 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -0 6 24 SP.@ 7 = 3 138’-10 151’-4 1 6 TO 1 8 163’-10 176’-4 3’-6 x 9’ x 27’ 188’-10 201’-4 3’-6 x 9’ x 29’ 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 138’-10 151’-4 1 9 TO 21 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 3’-6 x 10’ x 29’ 243’-0 138’-10 151’-4 22 TO 24 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 3’-6 x 10’ x 29’ 243’-0 3’-6 x 9’ x 29’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 27’ 1’-7 3’-6 x 9’ x 25’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 29’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 27’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 25’ 3’-6 x 10’ x 29’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 25’ 7g1 8g2 BOTT. 31 .2 TOTAL WEIGHT (LB.@ 7 3’-0 MI N. THE FOUNDATION ROCK SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM LRFD NOMINAL BEARING RESISTANCE OF 30 kips PER SQUARE FOOT (ALLOWABLE BEARING VALUE OF AT LEAST 5 TONS PER SQUARE FOOT). 2007 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-50-07.7 | PIER 3 30 SP.#9 @ 0’-7 46 . 4’ -6 8’ -6.9 .SPREAD FOOTINGS 0 SKEW .#5 @ 1’-0 31 .#10 @ 0’-9 9’-5 8’-8 24’-8 8’-8 24’-8 9’-5 8’-8 26’-8 8’-8 26’-8 9’-5 8’-8 28’-8 8’-8 28’-8 9’-5 9’-8 28’-8 9’-8 28’-8 THESE SPREAD FOOTINGS SHALL EXTEND AT LEAST 6 INCHES INTO SUITABLE FOUNDATION ROCK AND THE LAST 6 INCHES OF ROCK EXCAVATION SHALL BE TO NEAT LINES OF MASONRY.dgn H44-56-07 11x17_pdf.@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0.#6 @ 0’-9 13 . g1 g2 3’-6 x 9’-0 x 25’-0 TYPICAL SECTION 6 5 3’-6 x 9’-0 x 29’-0 6 3 31 SP. @ 11 = 27’-6.#5 @ 1’-0 31 .EXCAVATI ON LI MI T WAS CHANGED TO 3’ -0.1 0g 2 REINFORCING 9’ -0 5f1 REINFORCING 5f2 5f1 6 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 26 SP.#8 @ 0’-7 46 . THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 262 269 549 1365 1473 292 299 826 1604 4494 37.H=16’ TO 24’ H44-56-07 3/28/2012 8:42:16 AM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\April_2012_Release\H44-07.#9 AS SHOWN 29 .#5 @ 1’-0 28 . 28 . APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . @ 1’-0 = 28’-0.6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY 3918 33.

FOOTING 1 5 .#5 @ 1’-0 31 .pltcfg 5’ -0 1 0’ -0 9’ -0 9’ -0 .@ 7 = 6g2 BOTT.9 .3 TOTAL WEIGHT (LB.44’ ROADWAY.8g 2 8 SP.5f2 213’-10 226’-4 4’ x 10’ x 31’ 4’ -8 MI N. 37 . SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB..#6 @ 0’-10 13 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 25 TO 27 8’ -0.#9 @ 0’-7 46 .) 1551 226 232 364 556 2929 33.#5 @ 1’-0 10 . @ 1’-0 = 28’-0.) d2 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER.#6 @ 0’-7 46 . 9 SP.@ 8 = 9’ -4 4 BOTT.1 5 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0.| ABUT.#5 @ 1’-0 9 . 31 .SPREAD FOOTINGS 0 SKEW .5f1 25’-0 6 6 28 SP.I NTO ROCK 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 4’ -6 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 26 SP. @ 1’-0 = 24’-0.6g1 9 4’ -6 8’ -2.6g1 4’ x 10’ x 31’ 4’ x 9’ x 25’ 4’ x 9’ x 27’ 3 31 TO 33 163’-10 176’-4 4’ x 9’ x 29’ 8’ -1 . @ 10 = 26’-3.1 6 .dgn H44-57-07 11x17_pdf.#9 AS SHOWN 27 .9 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | ROADWAY 1’-7 4269 41.H=25’ TO 40’ H44-57-07 3/28/2012 8:41:49 AM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\April_2012_Release\H44-07. 2007 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-50-07. FOOTING 5 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 4’ -6 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 4’ x 9’ x 25’ SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 28 TO 30 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 138’-10 151’-4 4’ x 9’ x 27’ 6 24 SP. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.d1 & d2 BARS APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 30 SP.1 3 . @ 1’-0 = 30’-0.#9 AS SHOWN 25 .5f1 27’-0 6 6 30 SP. BRG.@ 7 = 1 4 SP.EXCAVATI ON LI MI T WAS CHANGED TO 3’ -0.@ 1 ’ -0 = 8 SP. THE FOUNDATION ROCK SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM LRFD NOMINAL BEARING RESISTANCE OF 30 kips PER SQUARE FOOT (ALLOWABLE BEARING VALUE OF AT LEAST 5 TONS PER SQUARE FOOT).d1 & d2 BARS EA.#5 @ 1’-0 9 . 28 . 31 . 138’-10 4’ x 9’ x 25’ FOOTING SIZE 5 8 27 SP. 25 . 1 2 SP. @ 10 = 30’-0.6g1 4 6 4’-0 x 9’-0 x 29’-0 36 SP.#6 @ 0’-10 15 . 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 4’ x 10’ x 31’ 4’ x 9’ x 31’ 4’ x 9’ x 29’ # 9 BAR 4’ x 9’ x 27’ d2 2" CL.9 . 243’-0 138’-10 151’-4 34 TO 36 163’-10 176’-4 4’ x 9’ x 29’ 188’-10 201’-4 4’ x 9’ x 31’ 213’-10 226’-4 4’ x 10’ x 31’ 243’-0 138’-10 4’ x 9’ x 27’ 151’-4 37 TO 40 163’-10 3" CL.@ 6 4’ x 9’ x 31’ 8’ -0.6g 2 8 SP.1 0g 2 10g2 8g1 REINFORCING THESE SPREAD FOOTINGS SHALL EXTEND AT LEAST 6 INCHES INTO SUITABLE REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO.#9 AS SHOWN 29 . TEE PIER .3 4e2 3987 38.#8 @ 1’-0 15 .6g1 8 9 33 SP.#5 @ 1’-0 9 . BARS 3375 36. THREE SPAN BRIDGE D=9 04-1 2 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.0 4’-0 x 10’-0 x 31’-0 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .5f1 31’-0 d2 2" CL. @ 10 = 15’-0 19 . 34 . @ 1’-0 = 30’-0.#10 @ 0’-8 9’-11 8’-8 24’-8 8’-8 24’-8 9’-11 8’-8 26’-8 8’-8 26’-8 9’-11 8’-8 28’-8 8’-8 28’-8 9’-11 8’-8 30’-8 8’-8 30’-8 9’-11 9’-8 30’-8 9’-8 30’-8 6 18 SP. 31 .9 .@ 8 1 5 SP. 1 0 .#9 @ 0’-6 46 .7 | PIER 4e1 8’ -4 d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 .#6 @ 0’-10 15 . @ 1’-0 = 26’-0.5f2 163’-10 6g1 8’ -2. FOOTING 6g1 REINFORCING 9g2 9’ -0 3’-0 MI N.5f2 201’-4 | PIER = 6g1 REINFORCING = 8g2 4’ -6 188’-10 BOTT.#5 @ 1’-0 28 . | .9g 2 8’ -6. FOOTING 5 BOTT.#5 @ 1’-0 31 .9 .5f2 4’ x 9’ x 27’ 176’-4 188’-10 4’ x 9’ x 29’ 201’-4 213’-10 4’ x 9’ x 31’ 226’-4 243’-0 138’-10 151’-4 4’ x 10’ x 31’ 8’ -0. 31 .H IN FT.) CONCRETE (CY) FOUNDATION ROCK AND THE LAST 6 INCHES OF ROCK EXCAVATION SHALL BE TO NEAT LINES OF MASONRY. @ 10 = 23’-7.#9 AS SHOWN 31 .#5 @ 1’-0 37 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 8 SP.5f1 31’-0 f1 f2 1 ’ -0 4’-0 x 9’-0 x 27’-0 6 4’-0 x 9’-0 x 31’-0 30 SP.#9 AS SHOWN 31 . 4’ x 9’ x 25’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 9’ x 27’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 9’ x 29’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 9’ x 31’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 10’ x 31’ f2 g1 g2 46 .9g 2 1 4 SP. 29 . @ 10 = 27’-6. FOOTING 6g1 REINFORCING 9g2 REINFORCING 9’ -0 4’ -6 6 6 4’ -6 6 6 5’ -0 6 4’ -6 4’ -6 151’-4 BOTT.@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0 1 4 SP.8g1 g1 g2 FOOTING NOTES: TYPICAL SECTION THESE SPREAD FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-50-07.5f1 29’-0 4’ x 9’ x 29’ 4’ x 9’ x 31’ 4’-0 x 9’-0 x 25’-0 4 30 SP.#8 @ 0’-8 46 .#6 @ 0’-10 16 .5f2 TOP FOOTING 5f1 REINFORCING 5f2 d2 f1 REVI SED 04-1 2 .#5 @ 1’-0 34 . 27 . @ 1’-0 = 30’-0. FACE SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 1551 244 250 404 926 1551 262 269 443 1462 1551 280 288 482 1668 1551 313 320 800 1979 4963 45.1 5 .#5 @ 1’-0 9 .

FACE FOR SIZE OF BEARING PADS.138’-10. REVI SED 1 1 -09 . @ 8 = 4’-0 .d1 & d2 BARS EA.44’ ROADWAY. 176’-4. @4 3 | BEARINGS 15 5c4 47’-0 5c1 5c2 5c3 LOW STEP SYMMETRICAL ABOUT THIS POINT THROUGH 180 ROTATION EXCEPT STEP ELEVATIONS CAP PLAN a2 5c1 9 9 6a3 5c2 . SEE SHEET H44-15-07 FOR "U" DIMENSION. 151’-4.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS. 2" CL. 1’-6 TOP OF PILES DETAILS SEE FOOTING DETAILS 1’-6 1’-6 SEE FOOTING 1’-6 ELIMINATE 2x8 BEVELED KEYWAY ON TOP OF CAP FOR EXPANSION PIERS. 2007 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER TEE PIER CAP AND COLUMN 15 SKEW 6’ -9 9 SECTION A-A H44-58-07 9/29/2011 2:42:13 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.| BEAMS 2’-3 2x8 BEVELED KEY 1 ’ -7 8 | PIER | ROADWAY 7’-0 7’-0 7’-0 7’-0 | PIER 5c4 a1 7’-0 7’-0 2’-3 3’ -2 9 1 ’ -7 3’-2 9 3 8 .4 SP. @ 8 2" CL. 6a4 8b1 H = 1 6’TO 24’ | PIER @ 1 0 4e2 4e3 2 SP. 226’-4. AT PIER 9 4 a1 3 B SHIFT 5c1 BARS TO CLEAR d1 COLUMN BARS ALL SPANS 11 5c4 . 188’-10 5c2 . FRONT ELEVATION END ELEVATION 1 19 SPA.6 SP. d2 BARS 4e1 d1 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 2’ -6 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE TO NEAR 1 ’ -0 REINFORCING BAR SHALL BE 2 INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED OR SHOWN. | PIER EXCEPT STEPS LAP SYMMETRICAL ABOUT 4e1 CONSTRUCTION JOINT D = DEPTH 4 2x8x16’-0 BEVELED KEY d2 BARS 3 PIER NOTES: SEE "TEE PIER NOTES" ON H44-02-07 FOR NOTES REGARDING APPLICATION OF THESE PIER STANDARDS.201’-4.pltcfg . SECTION B-B CONSTRUCTION 4 2’-6 4 JOINT 3 A B 13’-9 9’-6 A 4’ -8 MI N. H = HEI GHT OF PI ER H-( 6’ -9) -D = COLUMN HEI GHT 2x8x16’-0 BEVELED KEY d1 BARS H = 25’TO 40’ 4e BARS @ 1 ’ -0 CTRS. 163’-10. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 . SEE H44-37-07. 213’-10.4 SP. 243’-0 GRADE ELEV.3 SP. @ 1’-10 10 8 8 8 SP. @ 1’-0 = 8’-0 6 1 ’ -0 9 NOTE: 2 SP. @4 7 3 SP. @ 1’-0 = 4’-0 . 4e BARS @ 1 ’ -0 CTRS. @ 10 = 16’-2 20 . @ 1’-10 6a3 a1 a2 3 5c1 4’ -0 5c4 5c3 2" CL.dgn H44-58-07 11x17_pdf.d1 & d2 BARS 4e1 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE | PIER 1’-3 4e2 8’-3 4e2 1 1 -09 4e3 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. P Y 3 T ’ 1 3 ’ 31 ’ 1 . 5c3 d1 2’ -9 2’ -9 2’-1 8b1 LAP 4 5c2 3 3 8b1 1 ’ -1 3’-2 6a4 " U" 5c1 . P Y T 3 SP.

5 24.1 5c1. SIZE WEIGHT NO.7 18.1 5844 34.2 44.1 5369 34.0 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8’-6 9’-6 10’-6 11’-6 12’-6 13’-6 14’-6 15’-6 16’-6 17’-0 18’-0 19’-0 20’-0 21’-0 22’-0 23’-0 24’-0 25’-0 26’-0 27’-0 28’-0 29’-0 30’-0 31’-0 32’-0 1387 1550 1714 1877 2040 2203 2366 2530 2693 2774 2938 3101 3264 3427 3590 3754 3917 4080 4243 4406 4570 4733 4896 5059 5222 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 11’-10 95 111 126 142 158 174 190 206 221 237 253 269 285 300 316 332 348 364 379 395 411 427 443 458 474 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 15’-9 126 147 168 189 210 231 253 274 295 316 337 358 379 400 421 442 463 484 505 526 547 568 589 610 631 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 14’-0 112 131 150 168 187 206 224 243 262 281 299 318 337 355 374 393 411 430 449 468 486 505 524 542 561 d1 BAR 4e1 BAR 4e2 BAR 4e3 BAR TOTAL WEIGHT (LB.8 23.1 6181 34.1 21.5 43.3 50. 5c2 & 5c3 D=2 6’-5 6 5’-4 4’-5 D=2 STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (CY) COLUMN 4e2 H 4e3 IN FEET COLUMN HEIGHT STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (CY) NO.44’ ROADWAY. 2007 TEE PIER CAP AND COLUMN 15 SKEW H44-59-07 9/29/2011 2:42:15 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.) 1720 1939 2158 2376 2595 2814 3033 3253 3471 3608 3827 4046 4265 4482 4701 4921 5139 5358 5576 5795 6014 6233 6452 6669 6888 REINFORCING STEEL 5c4 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.1 6181 34. SIZE WEIGHT NO. SIZE WEIGHT NO.6 36.CAP BENT BAR DETAILS 6 0 1 ’ 3 1 | .4 26.8 29.7 41. SIZE LENGTH WEIGHT NO. SIZE WEIGHT NO. SIZE LENGTH WEIGHT NO.0 39. SIZE LENGTH WEIGHT NO. D = PIN DIAMETER. SIZE WEIGHT 8 8 8 4 8 30 20 36 16 9 8 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 1269 997 561 220 527 548 343 517 115 8 8 8 4 8 30 20 36 16 9 8 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 1269 997 561 220 527 548 343 517 115 8 8 8 4 8 30 20 36 16 9 9 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 1269 1269 561 220 527 548 343 517 115 8 8 8 4 8 30 20 36 16 9 9 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 1269 1269 561 220 527 548 343 517 115 8 8 8 4 8 30 20 36 16 10 9 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 1606 1269 561 220 527 548 343 517 115 8 8 8 4 8 30 28 36 16 10 9 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 1606 1269 561 220 527 548 481 517 115 8 8 8 4 8 30 28 36 16 10 10 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 1606 1606 561 220 527 548 481 517 115 8 8 8 4 8 30 28 36 16 10 10 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 1606 1606 561 220 527 548 481 517 115 8 8 8 4 8 30 28 36 16 11 10 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 1984 1606 561 220 527 548 481 517 115 6 2’ -8 1 ’ -1 0 4 D=6 D=2 2’ -2 3’ -4 6a4 VARIES 8b1 5c1 24’-8 17’-6 D=2 10’-9 13’-7 6’-5 5’-6 TO 6’-3 5c1 5c2 4 2’-9 5c2 VARIES 5c3 VARIES 5c4 6’-11 8b1 4e1 2’ -2 3’-9 TO 5’-4 5c3 1 4 TOTAL (LB.1 6559 34. SIZE WEIGHT NO. SIZE WEIGHT NO.5 13. BEARINGS 4 REI NFORCI NG STEEL BAR a1 a2 6a3 LENGTH 46’-8 46’-8 46’-8 SHAPE 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO. SIZE WEIGHT NO.3 38.1 27. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.4 20.1 5369 34.2 32. SIZE LENGTH WEIGHT 9. APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .) 5097 34. SIZE WEIGHT NO. REVI SED 1 1 -09 .dgn H44-59-07 11x17_pdf.| ABUT.5 31. 4e2 & 4e3 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 5’-9 6’-9 7’-9 8’-9 9’-9 10’-9 11’-9 12’-9 13’-9 14’-3 15’-3 16’-3 17’-3 18’-3 19’-3 20’-3 21’-3 22’-3 23’-3 24’-3 25’-3 26’-3 27’-3 28’-3 29’-3 1 SEE SHEET H44-17-07 FOR STEP REINFORCING STEEL QUANTITIES AND DETAILS.9 46.8 11.6 48.pltcfg .1 5097 34.9 34.0 16.1 5706 34.2 15.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS.

THREE SPAN BRIDGE d2 f1 3’-6 x 9’ x 25’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 3’-6 x 10’ x 26’ f2 g1 g2 48 . TEE PIER . 24A & 25A 3’-6 x 10’-0 x 26’-0 FOR 22B & 23A 7 27 SP. THE PILE LAYOUTS ARE SUCH THAT THE DISTANCE CENTER TO CENTER d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 . (KIPS) 140 146 3’-6 x 9’ x 25’ 143 145 140 146 3’-6 x 10’ x 26’ 2" CL.50 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 15 SKEW . (TONS) 49 50 50 50 49 50 49 50 50 50 50 50 2 LRFD DES. 9/29/2011 2:42:17 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 1 0 SP. FTG. ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 3’ -6 1’-7 1 0 .@ 1 1 = 9’ -2 BOTT. 9 SP. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0 1 ’ -6 d2 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER.#9 AS SHOWN 25 . 22 TO 24 1 9 TO 21 1 6 TO 1 8 REVI SED 1 1 -09 . FTG. @ 1’-0 = 24’-0 25 .5f2 45 TYP.2 1 1 -09 ABOUT | PIER LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 26’-0 FOOTING SIZE 3’-6 x 10’-0 x 26’-0 FOR 24B. REINF. TYPICAL SECTION 3’-6 x 9’-0 x 25’-0 FOR 22A.8g 2 9g2 3’ -0 REINF.5f1 25’-0 SYMM. ABOUT | PIER 3’ -6 f1 1 0 .5f1 26’-0 SYMM. & LAYOUT 22A 22A 24A 25A 22B 22B 24B 25B 22B 23A 24B 26A 1 DES.9g 2 2" CL. BRG.5f2 9’ -0 1 ’ -6 # 9 BAR f2 g1 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG. 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO.5f1 SYMM. BRG.#9 @ 0’-11 11 . @ 9 = 23’-3 32 .#8 @ 0’-9 12 . 1 ’ -6 CL. TOTAL WEIGHT (LB. @ 10 = 16’-2 20 . OMIT ON 22A 1 ’ -6 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG.pltcfg 1 0’ -0 1 0’ -0 . D=9 9 SP.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS.H=16’ TO 24’ H44-60-07 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.d1 & d2 BARS EA. d2 BARS 19 SPA. 8g1 1 2 . @ 1’-0 = 25’-0 26 .8g1 2’-9 2’-9 2’-9 2’-9 1’-6 5 7 27 SP.| ABUT.5f2 3’ -0 45 TYP.9g1 5 2’-10 2’-10 2’-10 2’-10 1’-6 9g2 7’ -0 1 0 SP. OMIT ON 24B.10 31 SP. FTG. d2 1 1 SP. @ 11 = 24’-9 28 . g2 PI LE SYMM.d1 & d2 BARS 4e1 OF ADJACENT PILING SHALL NOT EXCEED 8’-0. ABOUT | PIER 45 6 TOP OF TYP. SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB. ABOUT | PIER 6 25 SP.#5 @ 1’-0 9 . REINF.dgn H44-60-07 11x17_pdf.44’ ROADWAY. 26A 6 SYMM.@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0 9 . 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG.@ 1 1 = 9’ -2 BOTT.#5 @ 1’-0 32 . FACE BATTER PILES IN EXTERIOR ROWS 1:4 IN THE DIRECTION SHOWN. ABOUT | PIER 6 25 SP.) 1401 SYMMETRICAL 3389 29. | . 2007 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-58-07. OMIT ON 22B 3’ -6 9g1 1 1 .@ 9 = 8’ -3 8g2 BOTT. 25B & 26A FOOTING NOTES: THESE FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-58-07.#9 AS SHOWN 26 . ABOUT | PIER 6 24 SP. 25B 3’ -6 9g1 1 1 . 8 SP.#9 @ 0’-11 8’-7 8’-8 24’-8 8’-8 24’-8 8’-7 9’-8 25’-8 9’-8 25’-8 226 232 740 790 1401 262 268 920 960 2 3811 33..9g 2 REINF. @ 1’-0 = 25’-0 26 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0 OMIT ON 22A. @ 11 = 24’-9 28 . OMIT ON 24B. 1 ’ -1 1 ’ -0 6 SYMM. PILING (HP10x57) H IN FT. 142 145 143 144 3’-6 x 10’ x 26’ 145 143 | PIER REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO.#8 @ 0’-9 48 . REINF. 24A REINF.9g1 2’-10 2’-10 2’-10 2’-10 1’-6 | PIER 4 1 ’ -6 4’ -8 MI N.7 1 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.) FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD.#5 @ 1’-0 28 . BRG. STEEL PILING USED AS POINT BEARING SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET FROM BOTTOM OF FOOTING TO TOP OF BEARING ROCK.) CONCRETE (CY) 4e3 4e2 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .#5 @ 1’-0 10 .

5f2 45 TYP.@ 7 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -3 d2 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER. @ 10 = 16’-2 THESE FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP 20 . 5f1 TOP FTG.5f1 27’-0 SYMM.#5 @ 1’-0 33 . 25D 1 0 SP. ABOUT | PIER 3 4’ x 10’-6 x 25’ 45 TYP.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS.8g 2 2’ -6 2" CL.50 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 15 SKEW .0 1 3782 38. 145 d2 BARS BATTER PILES IN EXTERIOR ROWS 1:4 IN THE DIRECTION SHOWN.9 1 1 -09 ABOUT | PIER PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. OMIT ON 24D.8g 2 REINF. REINF.| ABUT.. 5f2 1 ’ -6 3 142 144 142 143 4’ x 10’-6 x 27’ 142 143 144 145 4’ x 10’-6 x 27’ 144 145 146 140 4’ x 10’-6 x 27’ 142 145 142 4’ x 10’-6 x 27’ 144 145 6 SYMM. TYPICAL SECTION 25’-0 27’-0 4’-0 x 10’-6 x 25’-0 FOR 22C & 23B 6 7’ -6 32 SP.#8 @ 0’-7 9’-1 10’-2 24’-8 10’-2 24’-8 9’-1 10’-2 26’-8 10’-2 26’-8 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 265 283 896 856 1482 286 306 896 1210 2 4180 42.8g 2 REINF. @ 1’-0 = 24’-0 25 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 1 0 SP. & LAYOUT 22C 23B 24C 25C 22D 23C 24D 25D 22D 23C 24D 25D 22D 24D 24D 26B 23C 24D 25D 26B 1 DES.5f1 SYMM. SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB.#9 AS SHOWN 25 . FOOTING SIZE 5f1 TOP FTG. ABOUT | PIER 24 SP. ABOUT | PIER 6 26 SP. STEEL PILING USED AS POINT BEARING SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET FROM BOTTOM OF FOOTING TO TOP OF BEARING ROCK. REINF. FTG. SYMM. BRG. ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 2’ -6 PILING (HP10x57) 1 1 .H=25’ TO 40’ H44-61-07 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.dgn H44-61-07 11x17_pdf. FACE AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-58-07. 1 ’ -1 1 ’ -0 1 ’ -6 TOP OF 3 PI LE SYMM. 1 0 SP.d1 & d2 BARS EA. 1 0’ -6 2’ -6 1 1 .) CONCRETE (CY) 4e3 4e2 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . 2007 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-58-07.#5 @ 1’-0 33 .8g 2 BOTT. BRG. ABOUT | PIER 6 26 SP.44’ ROADWAY. REINF. ABOUT | PIER 3 g2 45 TYP. @ 1’-0 = 24’-0 25 .5f1 25’-0 SYMM. THREE SPAN BRIDGE d2 f1 4’ x 10’-6 x 25’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 10’-6 x 27’ f2 g1 g2 48 .5f2 2’ -6 1 1 . SYMM. 8g1 1 3 . FTG. (TONS) 50 50 49 50 49 50 49 50 50 50 50 50 50 49 50 49 50 49 50 50 2 LRFD DES. FTG.6 32 SP. 4’-0 x 10’-6 x 27’-0 FOR 24D. FTG.@ 1 0 = 1 0’ -0 8g2 = 1 0’ -0 BOTT. REVI SED 1 1 -09 .5f1 SYMM.d1 & d2 BARS 4e1 OF ADJACENT PILING SHALL NOT EXCEED 8’-0. d2 1 2 SP.#5 @ 1’-0 11 . | PIER REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO. OMIT ON 24C 8g1 REINF.#8 @ 0’-9 13 . 5f2 CL.#9 AS SHOWN 27 .8g1 3 1’-7 3’-1 3’-1 3’-1 1’-6 1’-9 3’-5 3’-5 3’-5 1’-6 9 1 ’ -6 1 ’ -6 8g2 1’-7 1 2 SP. 9/29/2011 2:42:19 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.#8 @ 0’-10 48 .8g1 3 4’-0 x 10’-6 x 27’-0 FOR 22D & 23C 10 32 SP. 1 7 .@ 1 0 = 1 0’ -0 8g2 BOTT. REINF. TEE PIER . 37 TO 40 34 TO 36 31 TO 33 28 TO 30 25 TO 27 | .@ 7 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -3 1 0’ -6 2’ -6 1 ’ -6 # 9 BAR f1 f2 g1 1 1 . 25D & 26B 4’-0 x 10’-6 x 25’-0 FOR 24C & 25C FOOTING NOTES: 19 SPA. ABOUT | PIER 6 24 SP.) FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD. 26B 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. (KIPS) 143 144 OMIT ON 24D.#5 @ 1’-0 11 . @ 1’-0 = 26’-0 27 . @ 9 = 25’-4 33 . 2" CL.5f2 2’ -6 H IN FT.@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 1 6 SP.5f2 OMIT ON 22D 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG. 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO.#8 @ 0’-9 17 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -3 1 6 SP. @ 1’-0 = 26’-0 27 . 2’ -6 8g1 1 3 . @ 9 = 24’-0 33 .) 1482 SYMMETRICAL TOTAL WEIGHT (LB.pltcfg 1 0’ -6 1 0’ -6 . THE PILE LAYOUTS ARE SUCH THAT THE DISTANCE CENTER TO CENTER d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 . @ 9 = 24’-0 33 . ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 2’ -6 45 TYP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 1 0 SP. BRG. @ 9 = 25’-4 33 .8g1 1’-9 3’-5 3’-5 3’-5 1’-6 | PIER 3 1 ’ -6 4’ -8 MI N. REINF.8g1 1’-7 3’-1 3’-1 3’-1 1’-6 3 10 32 SP. 8g1 1 7 . OMIT ON 22C 8g2 = 1 0’ -0 BOTT.

1 ’ -6 1’-7 6 SYMM. ABOUT | PIER 6 23 SP. @ 9 = 22’-11 30 . (KIPS) 207 3’-6 x 8’ x 24’ 211 220 212 220 3’-6 x 8’ x 24’ 215 216 216 210 3’-6 x 8’ x 24’ 4e3 4e2 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER THESE FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP FOOTING SIZE 19 SPA.9 1 TOTAL WEIGHT (LB. d2 BARS AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-58-07.5f2 2’ -6 1 ’ -6 # 9 BAR f1 f2 g1 5f1 5f2 OMIT ON TOP FTG. OMIT ON 16A 8 .d1 & d2 BARS 219 212 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . FTG. 22 TO 24 1 9 TO 21 1 6 TO 1 8 | .THI S SHEET WAS ADDED FOR A 75 TON STEEL PI LI NG OPTI ON. 7 SP. 16A & 17A 29 SP.) 1401 192 197 470 758 2 3018 24.#5 @ 1’-0 30 . 1 ’ -1 6 1 ’ -0 SYMM.7g1 2’-2 4’-2 4’-2 1’-6 | PIER 4 4’ -8 MI N. 2007 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-58-07.@ 1 ’ -0 = 7’ -0 1 1 SP.#5 @ 1’-0 8 . REINF. @ 9 = 22’-11 30 . @ 1’-0 = 23’-0 24 . ABOUT | PIER 2’ -6 45 TYP. THE PILE LAYOUTS ARE SUCH THAT THE DISTANCE CENTER TO CENTER OF ADJACENT PILING SHALL NOT EXCEED 8’-0. 15A CL. d1 5 EQUAL SPACES | PIER 4e1 4 . & LAYOUT 15A 15A 16A 16A 15A 15A 16A 17A 15A 16A 16A 18A 1 DES. BRG. FTG. SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB. ABOUT | PIER 6 23 SP. @ 10 = 16’-2 20 .5f2 2’ -6 1 ’ -6 7’ -0 D=9 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG. 215 STEEL PILING USED AS POINT BEARING SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET FROM BOTTOM OF FOOTING TO TOP OF BEARING ROCK.d1 & d2 BARS EA. 24’-0 3’-6 x 8’-0 x 24’-0 FOR 18A REVI SED 1 1 -09 . REINF.. 8g2 7g1 1 2 . BRG. THREE SPAN BRIDGE REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO.#7 @ 0’-9 12 .dgn H44-62-07 11x17_pdf. FACE BATTER PILES IN EXTERIOR ROWS 1:4 IN THE DIRECTION SHOWN. @ 1’-0 = 23’-0 24 .8g 2 BOTT.44’ ROADWAY.| ABUT.7g1 4 2’-2 4’-2 4’-2 1’-6 7 SP. REINF.#8 @ 0’-8 8’-7 7’-8 23’-8 7’-8 23’-8 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD.75 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 15 SKEW .6 29 SP.H=16’ TO 24’ H44-62-07 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS.@ 8 = 7’ -4 d2 2" CL.5f1 24’-0 SYMM. FOOTING NOTES: PILING (HP10x57) H IN FT.8g 2 BOTT. (TONS) 72 75 73 75 73 75 75 75 75 73 75 74 2 LRFD DES.) d2 f1 3’-6 x 8’ x 24’ f2 g1 g2 48 . TEE PIER .@ 1 ’ -0 = 7’ -0 1 1 SP.5f1 SYMM. BRG.) CONCRETE (CY) SYMMETRICAL 1 1 -09 ABOUT | PIER LATEST REVI SI ON DATE PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 2" CL. 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO.@ 8 = 7’ -4 8g2 7g1 1 2 .pltcfg 8’ -0 8’ -0 . ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 2’ -6 45 TYP. 8 . DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. 9/29/2011 2:42:22 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. REINF. d2 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER. TOP OF g2 PI LE TYPICAL SECTION 6 3’-6 x 8’-0 x 24’-0 FOR 15A.#9 AS SHOWN 24 .

16C. NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER. 17B 8 SP.pltcfg 1 0’ -0 9’ -0 .0 TOTAL WEIGHT (LB. @ 1’-0 = 23’-0 24 .#9 AS SHOWN 26 . 17C & 18D FOOTING NOTES: THESE FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-58-07.#5 @ 1’-0 26 . THREE SPAN BRIDGE SYMMETRICAL 3607 34.9g 2 OMIT ON 15D. OMIT ON 15B. 8g2 8g1 1 2 . STEEL PILING USED AS POINT BEARING SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET FROM BOTTOM OF FOOTING TO TOP OF BEARING ROCK. 18C OMIT ON 15C 1 ’ -6 CL.9g 2 BOTT. 16C. 37 TO 40 34 TO 36 31 TO 33 28 TO 30 25 TO 27 PILING (HP10x57) | . ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 3’ -6 45 TYP. 5f2 REINF.@ 9 = 8’ -3 BOTT. REVI SED 1 1 -09 .#9 AS SHOWN 24 . 1 1 SP. SYMM.#9 @ 0’-9 9’-1 8’-8 23’-8 8’-8 23’-8 9’-1 8’-8 25’-8 8’-8 25’-8 9’-1 9’-8 25’-8 9’-8 25’-8 4e3 4e2 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . ABOUT | PIER 6 23 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0 9’ -0 1 ’ -6 9 .dgn H44-63-07 11x17_pdf.@ 9 3’ -6 8g1 REINF.5f1 26’-0 SYMM.H=25’ TO 40’ H44-63-07 9/29/2011 2:42:24 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. BRG.5f1 24’-0 SYMM.6 25 SP.d1 & d2 BARS 4e1 d2 f1 4’ x 9’ x 24’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 9’ x 26’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 10’ x 26’ f2 g1 g2 48 .THI S SHEET WAS ADDED FOR A 75 TON STEEL PI LI NG OPTI ON.44’ ROADWAY. BATTER PILES IN EXTERIOR ROWS 1:4 IN THE DIRECTION SHOWN. ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 3’ -0 45 TYP. TOP OF g2 PI LE TYPICAL SECTION 4’-0 x 9’-0 x 24’-0 FOR 15B. 2007 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-58-07. @ 11 = 22’-11 26 .#5 @ 1’-0 10 .7 ABOUT | PIER 602 1047 1482 262 268 878 1134 2 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS. 3’ -0 REINF.8g 2 9g2 8g1 1 2 . SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB.#8 @ 0’-9 48 . 16B 1 1 SP.5f2 f1 f2 g1 OMIT ON 5f1 TOP FTG. 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO. 18B OMIT ON 15B OMIT ON 5f1 TOP FTG. & LAYOUT 15B 16B 16B 18B 15C 16C 16C 18C 15C 16C 17B 18C 15D 16D 17C 18D 16D 16D 17C 18D 1 DES. FACE FOOTING SIZE 1 0 .) 1’-7 TEE PIER . @ 1’-0 = 25’-0 26 . FTG.8g1 2’-1 4’-2 4’-2 1’-6 4 6 25 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0 1 2 SP. BRG. 4’-0 x 10’-0 x 26’-0 FOR 15D. REINF. BRG. 3’ -0 REINF. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.8g1 3 2’-4 4’-7 4’-7 1’-6 9g2 = 9’ -6 BOTT. (KIPS) 217 210 4’ x 9’ x 24’ 220 213 215 209 4’ x 9’ x 26’ 218 210 218 212 4’ x 9’ x 26’ 213 213 219 212 4’ x 10’ x 26’ 213 213 209 216 4’ x 10’ x 26’ 217 2" CL. OMIT ON 15C. 217 d2 BARS 19 SPA. 1 ’ -6 H IN FT.5f1 26’-0 SYMM. 17C 9 SP.5f2 # 9 BAR 3’ -0 9 .#8 @ 0’-9 13 . @ 1’-0 = 25’-0 26 .#5 @ 1’-0 34 . 16B.5 1 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD. 18D OMIT ON 15D 6 SYMM. 16D. @ 10 = 16’-2 20 . 17B & 18C 33 SP.@ 9 = 8’ -3 d2 2" CL.5f2 OMIT ON 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG. 4024 38.) 1482 | PIER 217 222 602 758 1482 3281 32.#5 @ 1’-0 9 .) CONCRETE (CY) d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 .#9 @ 0’-9 48 .| ABUT. 1 1 -09 241 d2 9 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 7’ -6 235 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. (TONS) 75 73 75 74 74 72 75 73 75 73 74 74 75 74 74 74 72 75 75 75 2 LRFD DES. @ 1’-0 = 25’-0 26 .#8 @ 1’-0 12 .#5 @ 1’-0 9 . 16B & 18B 7 4’-0 x 9’-0 x 26’-0 FOR 15C. 1 3 . 16D.#5 @ 1’-0 26 . ABOUT | PIER 6 45 TYP. 16D. ABOUT | PIER 6 25 SP.75 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 15 SKEW ..d1 & d2 BARS EA. @ 9 = 24’-9 34 . 16C. 1 ’ -1 1 ’ -0 6 SYMM. REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO. ABOUT | PIER 6 25 SP. FTG. FTG.@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0 8 SP.8g1 2’-4 4’-7 4’-7 1’-6 | PIER 4 1 ’ -6 4’ -8 MI N. THE PILE LAYOUTS ARE SUCH THAT THE DISTANCE CENTER TO CENTER OF ADJACENT PILING SHALL NOT EXCEED 8’-0.#9 AS SHOWN 26 .#8 @ 0’-11 12 . 5f2 REINF.

8g 2 8 SP.9 . @ 1’-0 = 25’-0.#6 @ 0’-9 15 . APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .1 0g 2 10g2 138’-10 151’-4 3’-6 x 9’ x 26’ 1 6 TO 1 8 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 3’-6 x 10’ x 30’ 138’-10 151’-4 1 9 TO 21 163’-10 176’-4 3’-6 x 9’ x 28’ 188’-10 201’-4 3’-6 x 9’ x 30’ 226’-4 3’-6 x 10’ x 30’ 243’-0 138’-10 3’-6 x 9’ x 26’ 151’-4 22 TO 24 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 3’-6 x 9’ x 30’ 213’-10 226’-4 3’-6 x 10’ x 30’ 243’-0 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER. FOOTING 5 BOTT. FOOTING 8g1 1 3 .#5 @ 1’-0 33 .5f2 1 2 SP.@ 7 = 8’ -0.5f1 30’-0 3’-6 x 9’-0 x 28’-0 3’-6 x 10’-0 x 30’-0 d2 REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL REVI SED 04-1 2 .EXCAVATI ON LI MI T WAS CHANGED TO 3’ -0.#9 AS SHOWN 30 . SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB.#9 AS SHOWN 28 .#5 @ 1’-0 10 . 4’ -6 8 SP. @ 11 = 29’-4.9 . 2007 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-58-07. 33 . 32 .@ 7 3’-0 MI N.) CONCRETE (CY) 20 . @ 9 = 26’-11.#9 AS SHOWN 26 . | .8g1 5 H IN FT. @ 1’-0 = 27’-0.5f2 REINFORCING 8 SP. THE FOUNDATION ROCK SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM LRFD NOMINAL BEARING RESISTANCE OF 30 kips PER SQUARE FOOT (ALLOWABLE BEARING VALUE OF AT LEAST 5 TONS PER SQUARE FOOT).@ 9 4’ -6 1 0’ -0 9’ -0 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 4 SP. 3’-6 x 9’ x 28’ 1’-7 D=9 7’ -1 0 213’-10 3’-6 x 9’ x 26’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 30’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 28’ REINFORCING 1 0 .5f1 28’-0 6 6 29 SP. 30 .9g 2 8’ -6. @ 9 = 24’-6.6g1 6 4 3’-6 x 9’-0 x 30’-0 32 SP.1 3 . FACE 19 SPA.pltcfg 5’ -0 TOP FOOTING 1 2 SP.I NTO ROCK 8’ -0.H=16’ TO 24’ H44-64-07 3/28/2012 8:41:52 AM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\April_2012_Release\H44-07.7g1 4 4’ -8 MI N.5f1 26’-0 6 6 29 SP.d1 & d2 BARS 3112 30.#8 @ 0’-7 9’-5 8’-8 25’-8 8’-8 25’-8 9’-5 8’-8 27’-8 8’-8 27’-8 THESE SPREAD FOOTINGS SHALL EXTEND AT LEAST 6 INCHES INTO SUITABLE FOUNDATION ROCK AND THE LAST 6 INCHES OF ROCK EXCAVATION SHALL BE TO NEAT LINES OF MASONRY.@ 8 1 3 SP.8 | PIER 3 31 SP.| ABUT.) TEE PIER .#5 @ 1’-0 9 . DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. BRG.d1 & d2 BARS EA. @ 1’-0 = 29’-0.7 | PIER 4e1 d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 .#5 @ 1’-0 9 .#5 @ 1’-0 9 .#8 @ 0’-11 13 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0 8g2 BOTT.#5 @ 1’-0 33 . FOOTING 6g1 REINFORCING 3 9 SP.#7 @ 0’-8 48 . 35 . d2 f1 3’-6 x 9’ x 26’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 3’-6 x 9’ x 28’ f2 g1 g2 48 . 28 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 6g1 7g2 9g2 7g1 REINFORCING 2" CL.1 5 . 9’ -0 4’ -6 6 4 5’ -0 6 4’ -6 d2 BOTT.44’ ROADWAY. 30 .#7 @ 0’-11 14 .1 4 .6g1 8 4 32 SP.) 1537 2" CL. FOOTING # 9 BAR 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 4’ -6 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 f1 f2 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -0 6 25 SP.#5 @ 1’-0 32 .dgn H44-64-07 11x17_pdf.#10 @ 0’-9 9’-5 8’-8 29’-8 8’-8 29’-8 9’-5 9’-8 29’-8 9’-8 29’-8 1537 271 278 585 1412 1537 302 309 852 1660 4660 38. g1 g2 3’-6 x 9’-0 x 26’-0 TYPICAL SECTION 6 34 SP.9 4083 35.#5 @ 1’-0 35 .5f1 30’-0 3" CL.5f2 9’ -0 5f1 REINFORCING 5f2 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 27 SP.. @ 10 = 16’-2 FOOTING NOTES: THESE SPREAD FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-58-07.7g 2 = = 8’ -0. 235 241 417 682 1537 253 260 456 1108 4e3 d2 f1 3’-6 x 9’ x 30’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 3’-6 x 10’ x 30’ f2 g1 g2 48 .#9 @ 0’-7 48 .5f2 FOOTING SIZE 4’ -6 = 9’ -6 BOTT. 8’ -2.3 d2 BARS TOTAL WEIGHT (LB. 26 .#9 AS SHOWN 30 . @ 11 = 29’-4.9 . FOOTING SIZE BAR NO.SPREAD FOOTINGS 15 SKEW .#6 @ 0’-9 13 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -1 . @ 1’-0 = 29’-0. 33 . THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.0 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 04-1 2 4e2 3614 32.

#10 @ 0’-8 9’-11 8’-8 24’-8 8’-8 24’-8 9’-11 8’-8 26’-8 8’-8 26’-8 9’-11 8’-8 28’-8 8’-8 28’-8 9’-11 8’-8 30’-8 8’-8 30’-8 9’-11 9’-8 30’-8 9’-8 30’-8 6 19 SPA.3 TOTAL WEIGHT (LB.6g1 9 4’ x 9’ x 25’ 4’ -6 8’ -4..@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0 = 9’ -2 4 BOTT.@ 9 = | PIER 8’ -4.I NTO ROCK 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 26 SP. 31 .#6 @ 0’-10 48 .EXCAVATI ON LI MI T WAS CHANGED TO 3’ -0.| ABUT.#9 AS SHOWN 29 .5f1 31’-0 f1 f2 1 ’ -0 4’-0 x 9’-0 x 27’-0 6 4’-0 x 9’-0 x 31’-0 30 SP.@ 1 0 = 8 SP.3 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 1’-7 4e2 8’ -4 3859 38.#8 @ 1’-0 14 .) d2 TEE PIER .9 . THE FOUNDATION ROCK SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM LRFD NOMINAL BEARING RESISTANCE OF 30 kips PER SQUARE FOOT (ALLOWABLE BEARING VALUE OF AT LEAST 5 TONS PER SQUARE FOOT). 4’ x 10’ x 31’ # 9 BAR 4’ x 9’ x 31’ 4’ x 10’ x 31’ 4’ -8 MI N.1 2 .#6 @ 0’-10 13 . 4’ x 9’ x 25’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 9’ x 27’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 9’ x 29’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 9’ x 31’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 10’ x 31’ f2 g1 g2 48 . FACE SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 1618 244 250 404 783 1618 262 269 443 1267 4e3 1618 280 288 482 1584 1618 313 320 800 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER.#5 @ 1’-0 28 .1 1 . 1847 DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB.5f2 201’-4 4’ x 9’ x 31’ 6g1 REINFORCING 1 1 SP.1 3 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 138’-10 4’ x 9’ x 27’ 151’-4 34 TO 36 163’-10 4’ x 9’ x 29’ 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 138’-10 151’-4 37 TO 40 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 4’ x 10’ x 31’ 226’-4 243’-0 4’ x 9’ x 31’ 4’ x 9’ x 27’ 4’ x 9’ x 29’ 3" CL.0 2" CL. 31 . 31 . @ 1’-0 = 26’-0. 27 . FOOTING 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 4’ -6 5f1 TOP FOOTING 5f2 REINFORCING 5f2 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 6 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 28 TO 30 163’-10 176’-4 4’ x 9’ x 29’ 188’-10 201’-4 4’ x 9’ x 31’ 213’-10 226’-4 4’ x 10’ x 31’ 243’-0 138’-10 4’ x 9’ x 27’ 151’-4 4 6 24 SP.9 . d2 2" CL.5f2 4’ x 9’ x 29’ 8’ -3. THREE SPAN BRIDGE D=9 04-1 2 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 4898 45. @ 10 = 30’-0.#5 @ 1’-0 9 .9 4252 41.dgn H44-65-07 11x17_pdf. @ 1’-0 = 30’-0.#9 AS SHOWN 31 . @ 1’-0 = 30’-0.pltcfg 5’ -0 1 0’ -0 9’ -0 9’ -0 .#5 @ 1’-0 9 .@ 1 0 = 8 FOOTING SIZE 4 27 SP. 31 . BRG.H IN FT.#9 AS SHOWN 31 .9g 2 = 6g2 9g2 6g1 REINFORCING 1 2 SP.5f1 25’-0 6 6 28 SP.6g 2 3 4’ x 9’ x 27’ 8 SP.#8 @ 0’-10 48 .5f1 27’-0 6 6 30 SP.#9 AS SHOWN 27 .5f2 REINFORCING 8 SP. 37 . FOOTING 6g1 REINFORCING 10g2 9’ -0 4’ -6 3’-0 MI N. 8’ -0.#9 AS SHOWN 25 . 1 0 .5f1 29’-0 4’-0 x 9’-0 x 25’-0 4 30 SP. 29 . @ 10 = 26’-3.#9 @ 0’-8 48 . 9 SP.#5 @ 1’-0 9 .#5 @ 1’-0 31 .7 | PIER 4e1 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 30 SP. @ 10 = 27’-6.) 1618 226 232 364 408 2848 33.#10 @ 0’-9 48 .9 .#6 @ 0’-10 11 .9 . FOOTING 4 BOTT.@ 1 ’ -0 = 163’-10 176’-4 4’ x 9’ x 29’ 188’-10 201’-4 4’ x 9’ x 31’ 213’-10 226’-4 4’ x 10’ x 31’ 243’-0 138’-10 151’-4 4’ x 9’ x 27’ 6g1 8’ -6.6g1 31 TO 33 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 1 0 SP.5f1 31’-0 3299 36.@ 1 ’ -0 = 25 TO 27 8’ -0. 34 .5f2 8’ -0.#6 @ 0’-10 11 .@ 8 9’ -0 4’ -6 6 6 4’ -6 6 6 5’ -0 6 4’ -6 4’ -6 BOTT.1 0g 2 10g2 8g1 REINFORCING THESE SPREAD FOOTINGS SHALL EXTEND AT LEAST 6 INCHES INTO SUITABLE REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO. 138’-10 151’-4 1 0 SP. 28 .#5 @ 1’-0 37 .H=25’ TO 40’ H44-65-07 3/28/2012 8:41:54 AM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\April_2012_Release\H44-07. FOOTING 1 4 .) CONCRETE (CY) FOUNDATION ROCK AND THE LAST 6 INCHES OF ROCK EXCAVATION SHALL BE TO NEAT LINES OF MASONRY.d1 & d2 BARS EA.44’ ROADWAY.8g1 g1 g2 FOOTING NOTES: TYPICAL SECTION THESE SPREAD FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-58-07. d2 BARS 4’-0 x 10’-0 x 31’-0 d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 .@ 8 5f1 TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2 d2 f1 REVI SED 04-1 2 .#5 @ 1’-0 9 . @ 1’-0 = 24’-0.#5 @ 1’-0 31 .8g 2 8g2 4’ -6 BOTT. 2007 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-58-07. @ 1’-0 = 30’-0.1 0g 2 8 SP.5f2 1 3 SP. FOOTING BOTT.#5 @ 1’-0 34 . | .#6 @ 0’-10 12 .6g1 8 9 33 SP.6g1 4 6 4’-0 x 9’-0 x 29’-0 36 SP. @ 1’-0 = 28’-0. @ 10 = 23’-7. @ 10 = 16’-2 20 .@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0.d1 & d2 BARS Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .SPREAD FOOTINGS 15 SKEW . 25 .#5 @ 1’-0 10 .1 1 .

| PIER | BEAMS 3’-4 2’-3 7’-10 2x8 BEVELED KEY 7 1 ’ -8 | PIER 7’-10 7’-10 7’-10 5c4 5c1 a1 LOW STEP 7’-10 7’-10 2’-3 3 3 SP. @ 1’-11(+) 9 9 1 0 3 5c1 4’ -0 5c4 SECTION B-B 3’ -6 3’ -0 2’-1 8b1 LAP 5c2 3 3 H = HEI GHT OF PI ER H-( 7’ -0) -D = COLUMN HEI GHT BEVELED KEY H = 25’TO 40’ 8b1 H = 1 6’TO 24’ 4e BARS @ 1 ’ -0 CTRS. P Y T 3 | ROADWAY 3’ -4 1 ’ -8 7 5c1 3 3 ’ ’ 1 1 . @ 8(-) = 5’-0 GRADE ELEV. 3 d1 5c3 MARCH. FRONT ELEVATION END ELEVATION 20 SPA. 151’-4. 1’-6 TOP OF PILES DETAILS SEE FOOTING DETAILS 1’-6 1’-6 SEE FOOTING 1’-6 ELIMINATE 2x8 BEVELED KEYWAY ON TOP OF CAP FOR EXPANSION PIERS.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS. 7’ -0 5c2 . @ 1’-0 = 5’-0 .201’-4. @ 10 = 17’-11 SEE SHEET H44-22-07 FOR "U" DIMENSION. @ 4(+) 3 a2 . @ 1’-11(+) 6a3 9 9 SP. MINIMUM CLEAR DISTANCE FROM FACE OF CONCRETE 1 ’ -0 TO NEAR REINFORCING BAR SHALL BE 2 INCHES UNLESS OTEHRWISE NOTED OR SHOWN. d2 BARS 4e1 d1 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER 3’ -0 Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .dgn H44-66-07 11x17_pdf. d2 BARS REVI SED 1 1 -09 . LAP 2 SP.226’-4. THREE SPAN BRIDGE 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 . CONSTRUCTION 2 3’-0 2 JOINT A B 15’-3 10’-6 A | PIER 5’ -1 0 MI N.44’ ROADWAY. @ 10 = 5’-0 . 21 . 2" CL. 3 2x8x18’-0 d1 BARS 6a4 4e BARS @ 1 ’ -0 CTRS. AT PIER . @ 4(+) 7 3 SP.5 SP. 213’-10 5c2 . SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER EXCEPT STEPS 4e2 2x8x18’-0 BEVELED KEY 4e1 CONSTRUCTION JOINT @ 9 D = DEPTH 3 3 PIER NOTES: SEE "TEE PIER NOTES" ON H44-02-07 FOR NOTES REGARDING APPLICATION OF THESE PIER STANDARDS. P Y T 30 5c4 5c2 52’-0 5c3 9 6a3 9 9 | BEARINGS 3 ’ 1 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT THIS POINT THROUGH 180 ROTATION EXCEPT STEP ELEVATIONS CAP PLAN 9 2" CL. 243’-0 B " U" NOTE: SHIFT 5c1 BARS TO CLEAR d1 COLUMN BARS ALL SPANS 5c1 . SEE H44-37-07. @ 0’-11(-) = 8’-6 a1 a2 6 3’-4 2" CL.5 SP. 176’-4.pltcfg 9 4 a1 9 9 .138’-10.7 SP.6 SP. 2007 5c3 5c2 . 188’-10 9 6a4 9 8b1 11(-) 5c4 .d1 & d2 BARS EA.4 SP.d1 & d2 BARS LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 4e1 | PIER 1’-6 4e2 9’-0 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES TEE PIER CAP AND COLUMN 30 SKEW SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER SECTION A-A H44-66-07 9/29/2011 2:42:31 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 163’-10. FACE FOR SIZE OF BEARING PADS.

SIZE WEIGHT NO. SIZE WEIGHT NO.0 45.5 40.3 30.9 1405 1405 621 350 580 493 425 586 149 8 8 8 6 8 26 24 40 20 10 9 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 6388 40.6 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9’-0 10’-0 11’-0 12’-0 13’-0 14’-0 15’-0 16’-0 17’-0 17’-6 18’-6 19’-6 20’-6 21’-6 22’-6 23’-6 24’-6 25’-6 26’-6 27’-6 28’-6 29’-6 30’-6 31’-6 32’-6 1936 2152 2367 2582 2797 3012 3227 3442 3658 3765 3980 4195 4411 4626 4841 5056 5271 5486 5701 5917 6132 6347 6562 6777 6992 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 13’-3 106 124 142 159 177 195 212 230 248 266 283 301 319 336 354 372 389 407 425 443 460 478 496 513 531 24 28 32 36 40 44 48 52 56 60 64 68 72 76 80 84 88 92 96 100 104 108 112 116 120 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 17’-3 277 323 369 415 461 507 553 599 645 691 737 784 830 876 922 968 1014 1060 1106 1152 1198 1244 1291 1337 1383 d1 BAR 4e1 BAR 4e2 BAR TOTAL WEIGHT (LB.5 58.pltcfg . SIZE LENGTH WEIGHT NO. REVI SED 1 1 -09 .7 43. 2007 TEE PIER CAP AND COLUMN 30 SKEW H44-67-07 9/29/2011 2:42:33 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.2 47. 5c2 & 5c3 D=2 6’-8 6 5’-7 D=2 COLUMN REINFORCING STEEL H IN FEET COLUMN HEIGHT STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (CY) NO. D = PIN DIAMETER.9 2196 1779 621 350 580 493 496 586 149 8 8 8 6 8 26 32 40 20 11 10 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 7321 40.) 3’-9 TO 5’-5 5c3 4 STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (CY) 5c1.9 1779 1405 621 350 580 493 425 586 149 8 8 8 6 8 26 24 40 20 10 9 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 6388 40. SIZE WEIGHT NO. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH.dgn H44-67-07 11x17_pdf.3 65.5 23.8 61.9 1779 1779 621 350 580 493 496 586 149 8 8 8 6 8 26 28 40 20 11 10 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 7250 40.7 33. SIZE LENGTH WEIGHT 16 17 18 5’-6 6’-6 7’-6 8’-6 9’-6 10’-6 11’-6 12’-6 13’-6 14’-0 15’-0 16’-0 17’-0 18’-0 19’-0 20’-0 21’-0 22’-0 23’-0 24’-0 25’-0 26’-0 27’-0 28’-0 29’-0 12.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS.2 38.9 2196 1779 621 350 580 493 567 586 149 8 8 8 6 8 26 32 40 20 11 11 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 7738 40.5 31.7 26.1 63.) 2319 2599 2878 3156 3435 3714 3992 4271 4551 4722 5000 5280 5560 5838 6117 6396 6674 6953 7232 7512 7790 8069 8349 8627 8906 4e2 5c4 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.8 52. SIZE WEIGHT 8 8 8 6 8 26 24 40 20 9 8 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 5713 40.5 49.7 17.44’ ROADWAY.9 2196 2196 621 350 580 493 567 586 149 1 ’ -1 1 6 2’ -1 1 4 D=6 D=2 2’ -8 4’ -2 6a4 VARIES 8b1 5c1 27’-2 18’-2 D=2 11’-9 15’-1 6’-8 5’-7 TO 6’-6 5c1 5c2 4 2’-10 5c2 VARIES 5c3 VARIES 8b1 4e1 1 2’ -8 5c4 7’-2 TOTAL (LB. SIZE WEIGHT NO.0 28. SIZE LENGTH WEIGHT NO.4 14.0 19.9 1779 1405 621 350 580 493 425 586 149 8 8 8 6 8 26 28 40 20 10 10 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 6833 40. SIZE WEIGHT NO.2 21. SIZE WEIGHT NO. APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .0 54.9 1779 1405 621 350 580 493 425 586 149 8 8 8 6 8 26 24 40 20 10 9 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 6388 40. BEARINGS 4 REI NFORCI NG STEEL BAR a1 a2 6a3 LENGTH 51’-8 51’-8 51’-8 SHAPE 138’-10 151’-4 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO.9 36.9 1405 1104 621 350 580 493 425 586 149 8 8 8 6 8 26 24 40 20 9 9 6 6 8 5 5 5 5 6014 40. SIZE WEIGHT NO.CAP BENT BAR DETAILS 6 4 ’ 5 1 | . 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 1 SEE SHEET H44-24-07 FOR STEP REINFORCING STEEL QUANTITIES AND DETAILS.3 56. SIZE WEIGHT NO.| ABUT.

5f1 SYMM.8g1 1’-7 3’-1 3’-1 3’-1 1’-6 | PIER 1 ’ -6 7g2 5’ -1 0 MI N. REINF. 1 1 SP. PILING (HP10x57) H IN FT.5f2 f1 f2 g1 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG.@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 8g1 1 2 . REINF. @ 1’-0 = 24’-0 25 . FACE 2" CL. 1 1 .@ 1 0 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -6 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER.#5 @ 1’-0 10’-0 10’-2 24’-8 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-66-07.44’ ROADWAY. 143 d2 BARS d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 .. BATTER PILES IN EXTERIOR ROWS 1:4 IN THE DIRECTION SHOWN. = 9’ -7 5 BOTT. 4174 34.0 1 g1 g2 32 . THE PILE LAYOUTS ARE SUCH THAT THE DISTANCE CENTER TO CENTER REVI SED 1 1 -09 . OF ADJACENT PILING SHALL NOT EXCEED 8’-0.) TEE PIER . FTG. (TONS) 50 50 50 50 50 49 50 50 50 50 50 50 2 LRFD DES. FTG. @ 9 = 23’-3 32 . BRG. @ 9 = 23’-3 32 . BRG. CL. 22 TO 24 1 9 TO 21 1 6 TO 1 8 | .d1 & d2 BARS EA. 1 ’ -1 1 ’ -0 3 SYMM. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. ABOUT | PIER 6 24 SP. OMIT ON 22A 2’ -6 1 ’ -3 1 ’ -3 d2 1 0 SP. 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO.dgn H44-68-07 11x17_pdf. 25A 2’ -6 8g1 1 2 .) 1 1 -09 TOTAL SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 25’-0 3’-6 x 10’-6 x 25’-0 FOR 24A.| ABUT.7g 2 1’-10 1 0 SP. @ 1’-0 = 24’-0 25 .50 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 30 SKEW . SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB. 25A.#5 @ 1’-0 11 .d1 & d2 BARS | PIER 4e1 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . 26A 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG. ABOUT | PIER 6 24 SP. (KIPS) 143 145 3’-6 x 10’-6 x 25’ 146 147 140 3’-6 x 10’-6 x 25’ 146 144 146 143 3’-6 x 10’-6 x 25’ 146 144 4e2 REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO.) 2152 265 283 869 605 2 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS. @ 10 = 17’-11 21 . REINF. g2 PI LE TYPICAL SECTION 3’-6 x 10’-6 x 25’-0 FOR 22A & 23A 10 31 SP. & LAYOUT 22A 23A 24A 25A 22A 24A 24A 26A 23A 24A 25A 27A 1 DES. BRG. STEEL PILING USED AS POINT BEARING SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET FROM BOTTOM OF FOOTING TO TOP OF BEARING ROCK.@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 1 1 SP. 26A & 27A FOOTING SIZE 20 SPA.@ 1 0 #1 0 BAR 1 1 .#7 @ 0’-10 10’-2 24’-8 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD.H=16’ TO 24’ H44-68-07 9/29/2011 2:42:35 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 3 SYMM.5f1 25’-0 SYMM.#10 AS SHOWN 25 . THESE FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-66-07.7g 2 2" CL. ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 FOOTING NOTES: 2’ -6 45 TYP.pltcfg 1 0’ -6 1 0’ -6 . 2007 d2 f1 3’-6 x 10’-6 x 25’ f2 50 . OMIT ON 24A.#8 @ 0’-9 12 .10 31 SP. THREE SPAN BRIDGE PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. REINF. CONCRETE (CY) WEIGHT (LB. ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 2’ -6 TOP OF 45 TYP.5f2 d2 OMIT ON 24A.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS.8g1 8’ -2 5 1’-7 3’-1 3’-1 3’-1 1’-6 D=10 7g2 = 9’ -7 BOTT.

1 ’ -6 CL. ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 2’ -8 45 TYP.d1 & d2 BARS EA.@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 1 0 SP.#7 @ 1’-0 50 . FTG. FTG. SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB.5f1 25’-0 SYMM.) FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD.5f1 25’-0 SYMM.8g1 4 1’-7 3’-1 3’-1 3’-1 1’-6 1’-9 3’-5 3’-5 3’-5 1’-6 1 ’ -6 7g2 1 0 SP.7 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. 1 ’ -4 1 ’ -4 1 3 SP. 2 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS. 145 4’ x 11’ x 25’ 146 144 143 144 4’ x 11’ x 27’ 145 143 145 146 4’ x 11’ x 27’ 144 2" CL.H=25’ TO 40’ H44-69-07 9/29/2011 2:42:37 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. @ 9 = 25’-4 33 .5f1 27’-0 SYMM.#5 @ 1’-0 26 .5f2 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG. g2 PI LE TYPICAL SECTION 4’-0 x 11’-0 x 25’-0 FOR 24B.@ 9 1 ’ -4 1 ’ -4 1 1 ’ -0 2’ -8 BOTT.0 | PIER 1’-10 1 1 -09 283 4318 40.#8 @ 0’-9 10’-6 10’-8 24’-8 10’-8 24’-8 10’-6 10’-8 26’-8 10’-8 26’-8 943 555 2259 300 306 940 997 4802 44.#10 AS SHOWN 27 .#5 @ 1’-0 33 . 5f1 5f2 OMIT ON 24C. BRG. ABOUT | PIER 6 45 TYP.SHEET WAS REVI SED TO MEET LRFD SPECI FI CATI ONS.@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 1 ’ -4 1 ’ -4 1 3 SP. SYMM. d2 BARS BATTER PILES IN EXTERIOR ROWS 1:4 IN THE DIRECTION SHOWN.5f2 H IN FT. @ 1’-0 = 24’-0 25 .#5 @ 1’-0 11 . REINF. 26B 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG. @ 9 = 25’-4 33 . 25B. OMIT ON 24B.#9 @ 0’-11 11 . REINF. 26C TOP FTG. 25B REINF.#8 @ 0’-9 14 . @ 1’-0 = 26’-0 27 . 8g1 1 4 . & LAYOUT 24B 24B 26B 27B 24B 25B 26B 28A 24C 25C 26C 28B 24C 25C 27C 28B 25C 26C 28B 29A 1 DES. 4’-0 x 11’-0 x 27’-0 FOR 28B & 29A 4’-0 x 11’-0 x 25’-0 FOR 28A 20 SPA. THE PILE LAYOUTS ARE SUCH THAT THE DISTANCE CENTER TO CENTER OF ADJACENT PILING SHALL NOT EXCEED 8’-0. ABOUT | PIER 6 26 SP.#10 AS SHOWN 25 . REINF. 26B & 27B 6 25 SP. 25C. (KIPS) 141 146 4’ x 11’ x 25’ 144 146 143 FOOTING SIZE 2’ -8 1 1 . THREE SPAN BRIDGE d2 f1 4’ x 11’ x 25’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 11’ x 27’ f2 g1 g2 50 . 1 ’ -6 6 SYMM. ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 2’ -8 45 TYP. 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO. STEEL PILING USED AS POINT BEARING SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET FROM BOTTOM OF FOOTING TO TOP OF BEARING ROCK. REINF.d1 & d2 BARS REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL | PIER 4e1 8’ -8 APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER REVI SED 1 1 -09 . 37 TO 40 34 TO 36 31 TO 33 28 TO 30 25 TO 27 PILING (HP10x57) | .dgn H44-69-07 11x17_pdf. FACE FOOTING NOTES: THESE FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-66-07. ABOUT | PIER 6 45 TYP. @ 11 = 23’-11 26 . 1 ’ -6 | PIER 6 1 1 . 5f1 5f2 OMIT ON 28B TOP FTG. 1 (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-66-07.9g1 6 4’-0 x 11’-0 x 27’-0 FOR 24C. ABOUT | PIER 6 26 SP.50 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 30 SKEW .6 25 SP.8g1 1’-9 3’-5 3’-5 3’-5 1’-6 1 ’ -6 7g2 1 0 SP. @ 1’-0 = 24’-0 25 .| ABUT. REINF. TEE PIER .) CONCRETE (CY) 4e2 D=10 LATEST REVI SI ON DATE Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .7g 2 REINF.9g1 1’-7 3’-1 3’-1 3’-1 1’-6 4 10 32 SP. @ 1’-0 = 26’-0 27 . @ 10 = 17’-11 21 .5f2 f1 f2 g1 OMIT ON 24B. 1 ’ -6 1 1 . 8g1 1 4 . FOOTING SIZE BAR NO. (TONS) 49 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 49 50 50 50 50 50 50 49 50 2 LRFD DES. ABOUT | PIER 6 24 SP. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 2" CL.) 2259 278 TOTAL WEIGHT (LB.8g 2 2’ -8 9g1 1 1 . FTG. FTG.#5 @ 1’-0 11 .7g 2 REINF.pltcfg 1 1 ’ -0 1 1 ’ -0 . 145 145 145 4’ x 11’ x 27’ 142 144 d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 .8g 2 2’ -8 5’ -1 0 MI N. d2 1 0 SP.5f1 27’-0 SYMM.@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 = 1 0’ -3 8g2 BOTT. BRG. 1 0 SP. 25C 1 0 SP. @ 11 = 23’-11 26 . 2007 d2 BAR LAYOUT d2 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER. 1 ’ -1 1 ’ -0 6 TOP OF SYMM.5f2 #1 0 BAR 2’ -8 1 1 . BRG.. SYMM.@ 9 1 ’ -4 1 ’ -4 1 1 ’ -0 2’ -8 BOTT.@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 9g1 1 1 .44’ ROADWAY. OMIT ON 24C.@ 1 ’ -0 = 1 0’ -0 = 1 0’ -3 8g2 BOTT. 26C & 27C 10 32 SP. ABOUT | PIER 6 24 SP.

DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO. REINF.| ABUT.@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0 1 2 SP.44’ ROADWAY..#5 @ 1’-0 10’-0 8’-8 24’-8 d2 BAR LAYOUT (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-66-07. (TONS) 74 72 75 75 75 74 74 72 73 75 75 73 2 LRFD DES. @ 10 = 17’-11 21 . TOP OF g2 PI LE TYPICAL SECTION 9 3’-6 x 9’-0 x 25’-0 FOR 15A & 16A 33 SP.pltcfg 9’ -0 9’ -0 . CONCRETE (CY) WEIGHT (LB.d1 & d2 BARS EA. @ 8 = 23’-4 34 . 8 SP. ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 3’ -0 45 TYP.5f2 3’ -0 #1 0 BAR 5f1 5f2 OMIT ON 15A TOP FTG.75 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS 30 SKEW . 8g1 d2 2" CL. 5f1 5f2 OMIT ON 17A TOP FTG.@ 8 9 . BRG. ABOUT | PIER 6 24 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0 1 2 SP.5f2 d2 NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER.5f1 25’-0 SYMM.) TEE PIER .) 2152 226 232 787 655 2 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS. THE PILE LAYOUTS ARE SUCH THAT THE DISTANCE CENTER TO CENTER OF ADJACENT PILING SHALL NOT EXCEED 8’-0. FTG.8g1 2’-3 4’-4 4’-4 1’-6 | PIER 1 ’ -6 OMIT ON 16A 1 3 . BRG. 1 ’ -1 1 ’ -0 SYMM. OMIT ON 18A 8 SP. @ 1’-0 = 24’-0 25 . @ 8 = 23’-4 34 .) | PIER 4e1 d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 . THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 TOTAL SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. @ 1’-0 = 24’-0 25 . 4052 29.5f1 25’-0 SYMM. REINF. BATTER PILES IN EXTERIOR ROWS 1:4 IN THE DIRECTION SHOWN. REINF. SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB.dgn H44-70-07 11x17_pdf. 22 TO 24 1 9 TO 21 1 6 TO 1 8 | . ABOUT | PIER 1 ’ -6 3’ -0 45 TYP. STEEL PILING USED AS POINT BEARING SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET FROM BOTTOM OF FOOTING TO TOP OF BEARING ROCK. 6 SYMM. REINF.H=16’ TO 24’ H44-70-07 9/29/2011 2:42:40 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.#10 AS SHOWN 25 .2 1 g1 g2 34 . FTG.THI S SHEET WAS ADDED FOR A 75 TON STEEL PI LI NG OPTI ON.#5 @ 1’-0 9 .@ 8 1 3 . BRG. 5’ -1 0 MI N. REVI SED 1 1 -09 . 3’-6 x 9’-0 x 25’-0 FOR 17A & 18A PILING (HP10x57) H IN FT. f1 f2 g1 6 CL.#7 @ 0’-8 8’-8 24’-8 FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD. (KIPS) 215 208 3’-6 x 9’ x 25’ 2" CL. APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN .d1 & d2 BARS d2 BARS FOOTING SIZE 20 SPA.#8 @ 0’-8 13 .7g 2 3 7g2 = 8’ -6 BOTT. FACE FOOTING NOTES: THESE FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-66-07. 217 217 220 213 3’-6 x 9’ x 25’ 213 207 210 218 3’-6 x 9’ x 25’ 217 211 4e2 REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO. 2007 d2 f1 3’-6 x 9’ x 25’ f2 50 . ABOUT | PIER 6 24 SP.7g 2 3’ -0 D=10 8g1 1 ’ -6 1’-10 9 . & LAYOUT 15A 16A 16A 17A 15A 16A 17A 18A 16A 16A 17A 18A 1 DES.8g1 3 3’-8 3’-8 3’-8 1’-6 8’ -2 7g2 = 8’ -6 BOTT.9 33 SP.

7

27 SP. @ 11 = 24’-9 28 - 8g1 2’-4 4’-7 4’-7 1’-6
4

7

27 SP. @ 11 = 24’-9 28 - 8g1 3’-10 3’-10 3’-10 1’-6

| PIER

4

1 ’ -6

8g2
1 1 SP.@ 9 = 8’ -3

3’ -0

8 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0

8 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0

1 2 - 8g 2

2" CL.

9’ -0

1 2 - 8g 2

OMIT ON 18B

3’ -0

d2

8g1

1 1 SP.@ 9 = 8’ -3

5’ -1 0 MI N.

BOTT. FTG. REINF.

8g2 8g1

BOTT. FTG. REINF.

1 ’ -6

9 - 5f2

3’ -0

9 - 5f2

#1 0 BAR

f1 f2 g1

5f1 5f2

TOP FTG. 1 ’ -6 REINF.

5f1 5f2

OMIT ON 17B TOP FTG. REINF.

6

CL. 1 ’ -1

1 ’ -0

SYMM. ABOUT | PIER 6 25 SP. @ 1’-0 = 25’-0 26 - 5f1 26’-0 SYMM. ABOUT | PIER

6

45 TYP.

SYMM. ABOUT | PIER 6 25 SP. @ 1’-0 = 25’-0 26 - 5f1 26’-0 SYMM. ABOUT | PIER

1 ’ -6

3’ -0

45 TYP.

TOP OF

g2 PI LE

TYPICAL SECTION

4’-0 x 9’-0 x 26’-0 FOR 16B
3

4’-0 x 9’-0 x 26’-0 FOR 17B, 18B & 19A
34 SP. @ 9 = 25’-6 35 - 8g1
5

3’-10

3’-10

3’-10

1’-6

8g2
1 1 SP.@ 1 0 = 9’ -2

BOTT. FTG. REINF. OMIT ON 18C 3’ -6

8g1
1 2 - 8g 2

9 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0

1 ’ -6

1 0 - 5f2

OMIT ON 17C 5f1 5f2 TOP FTG. REINF.

H IN FT. 37 TO 40 34 TO 36 31 TO 33 28 TO 30 25 TO 27

PILING (HP10x57) | - | ABUT. BRG. 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 NO. & LAYOUT 16B 17B 17B 18B 16B 17B 18B 18B 17B 17B 18B 19A 17C 17C 18C 19B 17C 18C 18C 19B 1 DES. BRG. (TONS) 74 73 75 74 75 74 72 75 73 75 73 74 73 75 74 74 75 72 75 75 2 LRFD DES. BRG. (KIPS) FOOTING SIZE

6

212 210 4’ x 9’ x 26’ 219 213 216 214 4’ x 9’ x 26’ 209 216 210 217 4’ x 9’ x 26’ 212 213 212 219 4’ x 10’ x 26’ 213 214 216 209 4’ x 10’ x 26’ 218 218 d1 2" CL. d2 BARS 20 SPA. @ 10 = 17’-11 21 - d1 & d2 BARS EA. FACE

SYMM. ABOUT | PIER 6 25 SP. @ 1’-0 = 25’-0 26 - 5f1 26’-0 SYMM. ABOUT | PIER

1 ’ -6

3’ -6

45 TYP.

REVI SED 1 1 -09 - THI S SHEET WAS ADDED FOR A 75 TON STEEL PI LI NG OPTI ON.

4’-0 x 10’-0 x 26’-0 FOR 17C, 18C & 19B FOOTING NOTES:
THESE FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-66-07.

BATTER PILES IN EXTERIOR ROWS 1:4 IN THE DIRECTION SHOWN.

STEEL PILING USED AS POINT BEARING SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET FROM BOTTOM OF FOOTING TO TOP OF BEARING ROCK. THE PILE LAYOUTS ARE SUCH THAT THE DISTANCE CENTER TO CENTER OF ADJACENT PILING SHALL NOT EXCEED 8’-0. 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 - d1 & d2 BARS

REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL BAR NO., SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB.) 8’ -8 FOOTING SIZE WEIGHT (LB.) 2259 235 TOTAL CONCRETE (CY)

| PIER 4e1
APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER

4e2 D=10
LATEST REVI SI ON DATE

Highway Division
STANDARD DESIGN - 44’ ROADWAY, THREE SPAN BRIDGE

d2 f1 4’ x 9’ x 26’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 10’ x 26’ f2 g1 g2

50 - #10 AS SHOWN 26 - #5 @ 1’-0 9 - #5 @ 1’-0 28 - #8 @ 0’-11 12 - #8 @ 0’-9 50 - #10 AS SHOWN 26 - #5 @ 1’-0 10 - #5 @ 1’-0 35 - #8 @ 0’-9 12 - #8 @ 0’-10

10’-6 8’-8 25’-8 8’-8 25’-8 10’-6 9’-8 25’-8 9’-8 25’-8

648 822 2259 262 268 903 822 4514 38.5

| PIER 1’-10

1 1 -09

241

4205

34.7

SYMMETRICAL ABOUT

PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES
MARCH, 2007

d2 BAR LAYOUT d2
NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT. 2 FOR ESTIMATING PILE LENGTHS USING AASHTO LRFD SPECIFICATIONS. 1 (SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-66-07.) FOR DETERMINING ACTUAL PILE LENGTHS IN FIELD.

TEE PIER - 75 TON STEEL PILE FOOTINGS
30 SKEW - H=25’ TO 40’

H44-71-07

9/29/2011

2:42:42 PM

tsorens

W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07.dgn

H44-71-07

11x17_pdf.pltcfg

1 0’ -0

9’ -0

9 | PIER
4

29 SP. @ 10 = 25’-4; 30 - 6g1

9

6

30 SP. @ 1’-0 = 30’-0; 31 - 7g1

6

5’ -1 0 MI N.

9 SP.@ 1 1 = 8’ -3

4’ -6

8 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 =

8’ -0;9 - 5f2

3’-0 MI N.I NTO ROCK

8’ -0;9 - 5f2

REINFORCING

8 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 =

6g1
1 0 - 7g 2

8’ -4;1 1 - 1 0g 2

1 0 SP.@ 1 0 =

7g2

10g2

7g1

REINFORCING

2" CL.

9’ -0

4’ -6 6 6 5’ -0 6 4’ -6

d2

BOTT. FOOTING

4

BOTT. FOOTING

#1 0 BAR

4’ -6

5f1

TOP FOOTING

5f1

TOP FOOTING

f1 f2

REINFORCING

5f2

REINFORCING

5f2

6

SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER

6

SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER

1 ’ -0

6

26 SP. @ 1’-0 = 26’-0; 27 - 5f1 27’-0

6

6

30 SP. @ 1’-0 = 30’-0; 31 - 5f1 31’-0

3" CL.

g1

g2

3’-6 x 9’-0 x 27’-0 TYPICAL SECTION
9 33 SP. @ 10 = 27’-6; 34 - 6g1 9 6

3’-6 x 9’-0 x 31’-0
36 SP. @ 10 = 30’-0; 37 - 7g1

H IN FT.

| - | ABUT. BRG.
8’ -6;1 3 - 8g 2 = 8 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 8’ -0;9 - 5f2

FOOTING SIZE
9 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0 = 9’ -6

3

8g2

4’ -6

BOTT. FOOTING

3

BOTT. FOOTING
1 3 - 1 0g 2

10g2

138’-10 151’-4 3’-6 x 9’ x 27’ 1 6 TO 1 8 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 3’-6 x 10’ x 31’ 243’-0 138’-10 151’-4 1 9 TO 21 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 138’-10 3’-6 x 9’ x 27’ 151’-4 22 TO 24 163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 3’-6 x 10’ x 31’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 31’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 29’ 1’-10 3’-6 x 10’ x 31’ 9’ -0 3’-6 x 9’ x 31’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 29’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 27’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 29’ 3’-6 x 9’ x 31’

6g1

REINFORCING

1 2 SP.@ 8

7g1

REINFORCING

1 0 - 5f2

9’ -0

TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2

5f1

TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2

6

226’-4

SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER
6

SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER

6

28 SP. @ 1’-0 = 28’-0; 29 - 5f1 29’-0

6 6 30 SP. @ 1’-0 = 30’-0; 31 - 5f1 31’-0

3’-6 x 9’-0 x 29’-0 3’-6 x 10’-0 x 31’-0
D=10

d2
NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.

REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL REVI SED 04-1 2 - EXCAVATI ON LI MI T WAS CHANGED TO 3’ -0. FOOTING SIZE BAR NO., SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB.) 2331 244 250 391 545 2331 262 269 443 995 2331 280 288 549 1452 2331 313 320 731 1715 5410 40.2 4900 36.2 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 04-1 2 4e2 4300 33.8 | PIER d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 - d1 & d2 BARS 3’-6 x 9’ x 29’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 3’-6 x 9’ x 31’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 3’-6 x 10’ x 31’ f2 g1 g2 9 - #5 @ 1’-0 34 - #6 @ 0’-10 13 - #8 @ 0’-8 50 - #10 AS SHOWN 31 - #5 @ 1’-0 9 - #5 @ 1’-0 31 - #7 @ 1’-0 11 - #10 @ 0’-10 50 - #10 AS SHOWN 31 - #5 @ 1’-0 10 - #5 @ 1’-0 37 - #7 @ 0’-10 13 - #10 @ 0’-9 28’-8 8’-8 28’-8 10’-10 8’-8 30’-8 8’-8 30’-8 10’-10 9’-8 30’-8 9’-8 30’-8 3761 31.5 2" CL. TOTAL WEIGHT (LB.) d2 BARS CONCRETE (CY) 21 - d1 & d2 BARS EA. FACE 20 SPA. @ 10 = 17’-11

FOOTING NOTES:
THESE SPREAD FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-66-07.

d2 f1 3’-6 x 9’ x 27’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1

50 - #10 AS SHOWN 27 - #5 @ 1’-0 9 - #5 @ 1’-0 30 - #6 @ 0’-10 10 - #7 @ 0’-11 50 - #10 AS SHOWN 29 - #5 @ 1’-0

10’-10 8’-8 26’-8 8’-8 26’-8 10’-10 8’-8

THESE SPREAD FOOTINGS SHALL EXTEND AT LEAST 6 INCHES INTO SUITABLE FOUNDATION ROCK AND THE LAST 6 INCHES OF ROCK EXCAVATION SHALL BE TO NEAT LINES OF MASONRY. THE FOUNDATION ROCK SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM LRFD NOMINAL BEARING RESISTANCE OF 30 kips PER SQUARE FOOT (ALLOWABLE BEARING VALUE OF AT LEAST 5 TONS PER SQUARE FOOT).

APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER

4e1

Highway Division
STANDARD DESIGN - 44’ ROADWAY, THREE SPAN BRIDGE

LATEST REVI SI ON DATE

PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES
MARCH, 2007

d2 BAR LAYOUT
(SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-66-07.)

TEE PIER - SPREAD FOOTINGS
30 SKEW - H=16’ TO 24’

H44-72-07

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5’ -0

5f1

1 2 SP.@ 9

4’ -6

1 0’ -0

9’ -0

H IN FT.

| - | ABUT. BRG. 138’-10 4’ x 8’ x 30’ FOOTING SIZE
3

6

29 SP. @ 1’-0 = 29’-0; 30 - 6g1

6

5

34 SP. @ 11 = 31’-2; 35 - 6g1

5

7’ -6;1 0 - 9g 2

1 1 SP.@ 9 = 8’ -3

9 SP.@ 1 0 =

7 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 =

7’ -0;8 - 5f2

8 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 =

25 TO 27

8’ -0;9 - 5f2

176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 138’-10 151’-4

8’ -0

4’ x 9’ x 30’

1 2 - 1 0g 2

163’-10

6g1

REINFORCING

9g2

10g2

6g1

REINFORCING

4’ -6 6 5 5’ -0 6 6 5’ -0 6 5’ -0 4’ -6

151’-4

4’ -0

BOTT. FOOTING

4

BOTT. FOOTING

5f1

TOP FOOTING REINFORCING

5f2

4’ -0

4’ x 9’ x 32’

4’ x 10’ x 32’
6

5f1

TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2

6

4’ x 8’ x 30’ 6 4’ x 9’ x 30’

SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER

29 SP. @ 1’-0 = 29’-0; 30 - 5f1 30’-0

6 6 31 SP. @ 1’-0 = 31’-0; 32 - 5f1 32’-0

28 TO 30

163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 138’-10 151’-4

4’ x 9’ x 32’

4’-0 x 8’-0 x 30’-0
4’ x 10’ x 32’

4’-0 x 9’-0 x 32’-0
9 31 SP. @ 11 = 28’-5; 32 - 6g1 9 5 34 SP. @ 11 = 31’-2; 35 - 7g1

4

31 TO 33

163’-10 176’-4 4’ -6
1 0 SP.@ 1 0 =

8’ -4;1 1 - 9g 2

8 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 =

8’ -0;9 - 5f2

201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 138’-10 151’-4 4’ x 9’ x 30’ 4’ x 10’ x 34’ 5’ -1 0 MI N. 4’ x 10’ x 32’

| PIER

6g1

REINFORCING

9 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0

9g2

= 9’ -6

188’-10

4’ x 9’ x 32’

BOTT. FOOTING

3

4’ x 9’ x 30’

BOTT. FOOTING 7g1
1 3 - 1 0g 2

10g2

REINFORCING

1 0 - 5f2

9’ -0

2" CL.

3’-0 MI N.I NTO ROCK

5f1

TOP FOOTING REINFORCING 5f2

4’ -6

d2

1 2 SP.@ 9

TOP FOOTING 5f1 REINFORCING 5f2

34 TO 36

163’-10 176’-4 188’-10 4’ x 9’ x 32’

6

SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER
6

#1 0 BAR

201’-4 213’-10 226’-4 243’-0 138’-10 4’ x 9’ x 30’ 151’-4 4’ x 10’ x 34’ 4’ x 10’ x 32’

SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER

6

29 SP. @ 1’-0 = 29’-0; 30 - 5f1 30’-0

6 6 31 SP. @ 1’-0 = 31’-0; 32 - 5f1 32’-0

f1 f2

1 ’ -0

4’-0 x 9’-0 x 30’-0 4’-0 x 10’-0 x 32’-0
6 36 SP. @ 11 = 33’-0; 37 - 7g1

37 TO 40

176’-4 188’-10 201’-4

4’ x 9’ x 32’

3" CL.

163’-10

g1

g2
4

4’ x 10’ x 32’ 213’-10 226’-4 4’ x 10’ x 34’ 243’-0

FOOTING NOTES: TYPICAL SECTION
THESE SPREAD FOOTINGS ARE DESIGNED AND DETAILED TO BE USED WITH THE CAP AND COLUMN DETAILS OF THE TEE PIERS AS SHOWN ON SHEET H44-66-07.
9 SP.@ 1 ’ -0 = 9’ -0

1 4 SP.@ 8 = 9’ -4

BOTT. FOOTING 7g1
1 5 - 1 0g 2

10g2

THESE SPREAD FOOTINGS SHALL EXTEND AT LEAST 6 INCHES INTO SUITABLE REINFORCING STEEL (ONE FOOTING) STRUCTURAL FOOTING SIZE BAR NO., SIZE & SPACING LENGTH WEIGHT (LB.) 2438 240 248 345 1009 2438 271 278 417 1110 2438 289 297 456 1635 2438 323 330 692 1771 2438 343 351 731 6036 50.4 5554 47.4 SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER 1’-10 4e2 5115 42.7 | PIER d1 5 EQUAL SPACES 4 - d1 & d2 BARS 4’ x 9’ x 32’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 10’ x 32’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 10’ x 34’ f2 g1 g2 9 - #5 @ 1’-0 35 - #6 @ 0’-11 12 - #10 @ 0’-9 50 - #10 AS SHOWN 32 - #5 @ 1’-0 10 - #5 @ 1’-0 35 - #7 @ 0’-11 13 - #10 @ 0’-9 50 - #10 AS SHOWN 34 - #5 @ 1’-0 10 - #5 @ 1’-0 37 - #7 @ 0’-11 15 - #10 @ 0’-8 31’-8 8’-8 31’-8 11’-4 9’-8 31’-8 9’-8 31’-8 11’-4 9’-8 33’-8 9’-8 33’-8 4514 40.0 2" CL. d2 BARS 4280 35.6 20 SPA. @ 10 = 17’-11 TOTAL WEIGHT (LB.) CONCRETE (CY) FOUNDATION ROCK AND THE LAST 6 INCHES OF ROCK EXCAVATION SHALL BE TO NEAT LINES OF MASONRY. THE FOUNDATION ROCK SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM LRFD NOMINAL BEARING RESISTANCE OF 30 kips PER SQUARE FOOT (ALLOWABLE BEARING VALUE OF AT LEAST 5 TONS PER SQUARE FOOT).

REINFORCING

1 0 - 5f2

d2 f1 REVI SED 04-1 2 - EXCAVATI ON LI MI T WAS CHANGED TO 3’ -0. 4’ x 8’ x 30’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1 4’ x 9’ x 30’ f2 g1 g2 d2 f1

50 - #10 AS SHOWN 30 - #5 @ 1’-0 8 - #5 @ 1’-0 30 - #6 @ 1’-0 10 - #9 @ 0’-10 50 - #10 AS SHOWN 30 - #5 @ 1’-0 9 - #5 @ 1’-0 32 - #6 @ 0’-11 11 - #9 @ 0’-10 50 - #10 AS SHOWN 32 - #5 @ 1’-0

11’-4 7’-8 29’-8 7’-8 29’-8 11’-4 8’-8 29’-8 8’-8 29’-8 11’-4 8’-8

TOP FOOTING 5f1 REINFORCING 5f2

6

21 - d1 & d2 BARS EA. FACE

SYMMETRICAL ABOUT | PIER

6

33 SP. @ 1’-0 = 33’-0; 34 - 5f1 34’-0

4’-0 x 10’-0 x 34’-0

APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER

4e1 9’ -6

Highway Division
STANDARD DESIGN - 44’ ROADWAY, THREE SPAN BRIDGE

LATEST REVI SI ON DATE

D=10 04-1 2

PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES
MARCH, 2007

d2 BAR LAYOUT
(SEE SECTION A-A ON SHEET H44-66-07.)

d2
NOTE: D = PIN DIAMETER. DIMENSIONS ARE OUT TO OUT.

TEE PIER - SPREAD FOOTINGS
30 SKEW - H=25’ TO 40’

H44-73-07

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5’ -0

1 0’ -0

1 0’ -0

9’ -0

6"‰ CORRUGATED METAL PIPE OUTLET, OR 4"‰ CORRUGATED DOUBLE-WALLED PE OR PVC PIPE OUTLET WITH AN APPROPRIATE COUPLER. IF METAL ABUTMENT FACE PIPE IS USED, THE PIPES SHOULD BE COUPLED IN ONE OF THE TWO FOLLOWING WAYS. 1. USE AN INSIDE FIT REDUCER COUPLER ( COUPLER MUST BE INSERTED A MINIMUM OF 1’-0 INTO CMP. 2. INSERT 1’-0 OF THE 4"‰ SUBDRAIN INTO FORESLOPE THE 6"‰ METAL OUTLET PIPE, THEN FULLY SEAL THE ENTIRE OPENING WITH GROUT.

4"‰ PERFORATED SUBDRAIN (POLYETHYLENE CORRUGATED TUBING)
2 DRILLED HOLES FOR ATTACHMENT REMOVABLE RODENT GUARD. SEE MATERIALS I.M. 443.01 MIN. PIN

6 ’ 0

TYPICAL SECTION OF SUBDRAIN OUTLET
TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW SLOPE PROTECTION ( IF REQUIRED )

REMOVABLE RODENT GUARD DETAILS

OUTLET DETAILS

SUBDRAIN OUTLET SEE DETAILS ON SHEET H44-75-07 OR SHEET H44-76-07 SUBDRAIN OUTLET

TOE OF SLOPE REVI SED 1 1 -09 - REMOVED THE GRANULAR BACKFI LL DETAI L.

| BRIDGE

NOTE: SUBDRAIN OUTLET SUBDRAIN OUTLET 4"‰ PERFORATED SUBDRAIN TO BE SLOPED DOWNWARD FROM THE | OF ROADWAY AND UNDERNEATH THE SLOPE PROTECTION AND OUTLET AS SEE ABUTMENT BACKFILL DETAILS SHEET FOR DETAILS NOT SHOWN ON THIS SHEET WHICH ARE PERTINENT TO THIS STRUCTURE.

PROTECTION LAYOUT 0 SKEW

PROTECTION LAYOUT SKEWED

INDICATED. RATE
APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER

OF SLOPE SHALL NOT BE FLATTER THAN 2%
LATEST REVI SI ON DATE

SITUATION PLAN
REFER TO SITUATION PLAN FOR NORTH ARROW.

Highway Division
STANDARD DESIGN - 44’ ROADWAY, THREE SPAN BRIDGE

1 1 -09

PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES
MARCH, 2007

SUBDRAIN DETAILS

H44-74-07

9/29/2011

2:42:48 PM

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H44-74-07

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OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR COARSE MATERIAL (NO CHOKE STONE IS ALLOWED). 3. MACADAM STONE SHALL BE PLACED ALONG THE SIDE OF THE WING AND ABUTMENT FOOTING.44’ ROADWAY. SPREAD. WINGWALL MACADAM STONE ( 6" THICKNESS‘) THE ENGINEERING FABRIC SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 4196. OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. AND BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 4161. H44-74-07 FOR SUBDRAIN LENGTH 4 REFER TO "SUBDRAIN DETAILS" SHEET THE DIMENSIONS SHOWN FOR THE PROPOSED SUBDRAINS ARE BASED ON THE PROPOSED GRADING LAYOUT OF BRIDGE BERMS.01. PAYMENT FOR THE BRIDGE WING ARMORING SHALL BE INCIDENTAL TO THE BID ITEM "STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (BRIDGE)" AND SHALL INCLUDE COSTS OF ALL MATERIAL AND LABOR TO CONSTRUCT THE WING ARMORING AS SHOWN ON THESE PLANS. REVI SED 1 1 -09 . THE DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE FOR ESTIMATING ONLY. 2007 PROFILE VIEW OF WING ARMORING WING ARMORING DETAILS A & B BEAMS H44-75-07 9/29/2011 2:42:49 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. 2 2 3’-0} MAX.SUBDRAIN NOTES: FACE OF ABUTMENT FOOTING NOMI NAL SEE H44-74-07 AND "GENERAL ELEVATION DATA" SHEETS FOR DETAILS OF PLACING ALL SUBDRAINS AND SUBDRAIN OUTLETS REQUIRED FOR THIS STRUCTURE.pltcfg . GRANULAR BACKFILL. THE 6 MIN. B. OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. SAWED FOUR SIDES.02. CONSOLIDATED AND SHAPED BY BARRIER RAIL MECHANICAL OR HAND METHODS THAT WILL PROVIDE UNIFORM DEPTH AND DENSITY AND PROVIDE UNIFORM SURFACE APPEARANCE. NO EXTRA PAYMENT WILL BE MADE. B. SHINGLE FASHION WITH UP SLOPE LAP PIECE TOP VIEW OF WING ARMORING SECTION A-A ON TOP AND STAPLED FOR CONTINUITY. THE MACADAM STONE SHALL BE DEPOSITED. B. THE MACADAM STONE SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 4122. IF THE ENGINEERING FABRIC IS LAPPED THE LAPS SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF ONE FOOT IN LENGTH. THE BRIDGE CONTRACTOR IS TO INSTALL SUBDRAINS BEHIND THE ABUTMENT. SUBDRAINS SHALL BE 4" IN DIAMETER AND BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 4143. THE BERM FORESLOPE SHALL BE FIRM WHEN THE ENGINEERING FABRIC AND MACADAM STONE ARE PLACED.01. DRIVE PIN OR REBAR VERTICALLY TO " (}) BELOW TOP SURFACE OF TREATED TIMBER. THE SITUATION PLAN AND AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER. THE COST OF FURNISHING AND PLACING SUBDRAIN (INCLUDING EXCAVATION).THE SPECI FI CATI ON REFERENCES WERE CHANGED. THIS IS TYPICAL AT EACH CORNER OF THE BRIDGE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED IN THE PLANS.01. THE SUBDRAIN OUTLET SHALL CONSIST OF A 6’-0 LENGTH OF PIPE WITH A REMOVABLE RODENT GUARD. A 4" x 6" TREATED TIMBER EDGING DETAILS MACADAM STONE ( 6" THICKNESS‘) 3’ -0 3’-0 A 4" x 6" TREATED TIMBER EDGING SUBDRAIN MACADAM STONE WING ARMORING NOTES: ENGINEERING FABRIC ENDS ARE TO BE BURIED 6" TO PREVENT UNDERMINING. THREE SPAN BRIDGE WINGWALL SUBDRAIN LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. AND SUBDRAIN OUTLET IS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE BID FOR "STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (BRIDGE)".dgn H44-75-07 11x17_pdf. 6 MIN. WOOD PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT FOR THE TIMBER EDGING SHALL MEET THE REQUIREMENTS FOR GUARDRAIL POSTS. | "‰ HOLES FOR "‰ x 1’-6 STEEL PIN SUBDRAIN OUTLET REQUIRED LENGTHS AND GENERAL LOCATIONS OF SUBDRAINS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO FIELD ADJUSTMENTS OF THE GRADING LAYOUT. ENGINEERING FABRIC ABUTMENT FOOTING MACADAM STONE ( 6" THICKNESS‘) SLOPE PROTECTION (‘IF REQUIRED‘) APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . THE MACADAM STONE AT THESE LOCATIONS SHALL BE UNDERLAYED WITH ENGINEERING FABRIC AND BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 4196. OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. 3. OF THE PIN OR REBAR STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. POROUS BACKFILL. OR REBAR. THE BRIDGE BERM FORESLOPE SHALL BE COMPACTED AND SHAPED AS SHOWN ON 6 ENGINEERING FABRIC THESE PLANS.

THE 6 MIN. B.dgn H44-76-07 11x17_pdf. 4 SUBDRAIN OUTLET THE DIMENSIONS SHOWN FOR THE PROPOSED SUBDRAINS ARE BASED ON THE PROPOSED GRADING LAYOUT OF BRIDGE BERMS. THE SUBDRAIN OUTLET SHALL CONSIST OF A 6’-0 LENGTH OF PIPE WITH A REMOVABLE RODENT GUARD. PAYMENT FOR THE BRIDGE WING ARMORING SHALL BE INCIDENTAL TO THE BID ITEM "STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (BRIDGE)" AND SHALL INCLUDE COSTS OF ALL MATERIAL AND LABOR TO CONSTRUCT THE WING ARMORING AS SHOWN ON THESE PLANS. OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. THREE SPAN BRIDGE WINGWALL LATEST REVI SI ON DATE SUBDRAIN 1 1 -09 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. AND SUBDRAIN OUTLET IS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE BID FOR "STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (BRIDGE)". POROUS BACKFILL. CONSOLIDATED AND SHAPED BY MECHANICAL OR HAND METHODS THAT WILL PROVIDE UNIFORM DEPTH AND DENSITY AND BARRIER RAIL PROVIDE UNIFORM SURFACE APPEARANCE. SPREAD. THE BRIDGE BERM FORESLOPE SHALL BE COMPACTED AND SHAPED AS SHOWN ON 6 ENGINEERING SUBDRAIN THESE PLANS. 2007 PROFILE VIEW OF WING ARMORING WITH WING EXTENSION WING ARMORING DETAILS C BEAMS H44-76-07 9/29/2011 2:42:50 PM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\Standards\Bridges\H44-07. THE MACADAM STONE AT THESE LOCATIONS SHALL BE UNDERLAYED WITH ENGINEERING FABRIC AND BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 4196. AND BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 4161. B.44’ ROADWAY. NOMI NAL THE BRIDGE CONTRACTOR IS TO INSTALL SUBDRAINS BEHIND THE ABUTMENT. 2 2 REFER TO "SUBDRAIN DETAILS" SHEET H44-74-07 FOR SUBDRAIN LENGTH 3’-0} MAX. | "‰ HOLES FOR "‰ x 1’-6 STEEL PIN OR REBAR. OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. SHINGLE FASHION WITH UP SLOPE LAP PIECE ON TOP AND STAPLED FOR CONTINUITY. REVI SED 1 1 -09 . WINGWALL EXTENSION ENGINEERING FABRIC ABUTMENT FOOTING MACADAM STONE ( 6" THICKNESS‘) SLOPE PROTECTION (‘IF REQUIRED‘) APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . A 4" x 6" TREATED TIMBER EDGING DETAILS MACADAM STONE ( 6" THICKNESS‘) 3’ -0 3’-0 MACADAM STONE WING ARMORING NOTES: ENGINEERING FABRIC ENDS ARE TO BE BURIED 6" 4" x 6" TREATED TIMBER EDGING MACADAM STONE SHALL BE PLACED ALONG THE SIDE OF THE WING AND ABUTMENT FOOTING. B.01. NO EXTRA PAYMENT WILL BE MADE.01. WOOD PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT FOR THE TIMBER EDGING SHALL MEET THE REQUIREMENTS FOR GUARDRAIL POSTS. OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. OF THE PIN OR REBAR STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. TOP VIEW OF WING ARMORING WITH WING EXTENSION SECTION A-A THE MACADAM STONE SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 4122. THE MACADAM STONE SHALL BE DEPOSITED. 3. THE COST OF FURNISHING AND PLACING SUBDRAIN (INCLUDING EXCAVATION). THE DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE FOR ESTIMATING ONLY.01.THE SPECI FI CATI ON REFERENCES WERE CHANGED. REQUIRED LENGTHS AND GENERAL LOCATIONS OF SUBDRAINS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO FIELD ADJUSTMENTS OF THE GRADING LAYOUT. THE SITUATION PLAN AND AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER.pltcfg . FABRIC WINGWALL MACADAM STONE ( 6" THICKNESS‘) THE ENGINEERING FABRIC SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 4196. DRIVE PIN OR REBAR VERTICALLY TO " (}) BELOW TOP SURFACE OF TREATED TIMBER. OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR COARSE MATERIAL (NO CHOKE STONE IS ALLOWED).FACE OF ABUTMENT FOOTING SUBDRAIN NOTES: SEE H44-74-07 AND "GENERAL ELEVATION DATA" SHEETS FOR DETAILS OF PLACING ALL SUBDRAINS AND SUBDRAIN OUTLETS REQUIRED FOR THIS STRUCTURE. A TO PREVENT UNDERMINING. GRANULAR BACKFILL. IF THE ENGINEERING FABRIC IS LAPPED THE LAPS SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF ONE FOOT IN LENGTH. THIS IS TYPICAL AT EACH CORNER OF THE BRIDGE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED IN THE PLANS. THE BERM FORESLOPE SHALL BE FIRM WHEN THE ENGINEERING FABRIC AND MACADAM STONE ARE PLACED. 3. SAWED FOUR SIDES. SUBDRAINS SHALL BE 4" IN DIAMETER AND BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 4143. 6 MIN.02.

2007 ABUTMENT WING 2’-2 NOTE: SEE SUBDRAIN DETAILS SHEET FOR DETAILS NOT SHOWN ON THIS SHEET WHICH ARE PERTINENT TO THIS STRUCTURE. SEE APPLICABLE RK BRIDGE APPROACH PAVEMENT STANDARD | APPROACH ROADWAY (GRADING SURFACES) ARE TO BE COMPLETED TO THIS LINE BEFORE LI MI TS OF BOTTOM 2’ -0 STARTING ABUTMENT CONSTRUCTION. . THE FLOODABLE BACKFILL SHALL BE PLACED IN INDIVIDUAL LIFTS.0 SKEW H44-77-07 ABUTMENT PLAN WITHOUT WING EXTENSIONS 3/28/2012 8:42:00 AM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\April_2012_Release\H44-07. . . ~ . . .~ . POROUS BACKFILL. 2 1 . INSTALLATION OF THE GEOTEXTILE AND BACKFILL MATERIAL. SURFACE FLOODED. LIMIT THE LOOSE LIFTS TO NO MORE THAN 2 FEET OF THICKNESS. THE FLOODABLE BACKFILL MATERIAL SHALL BE FABRI C LI MI TS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. .~ . A A ABUTMENT FOOTING 3’-0 BERM TOE OF SLOPE & LIMIT OF BOTTOM OF TRENCH FOR EXCAVATION PAY LIMIT START SURFACE FLOODING FOR EACH FLOODABLE BACKFILL LIFT AT THE HIGH POINT OF THE SUBDRAIN AND PROGRESS TO THE LOW POINT WHERE THE SUBDRAIN EXITS THE FABRIC. . THE FABRIC SHALL BE ATTACHED TO THE ABUTMENT BY USING LATH FOLDED IN THE FABRIC AND SECURED TO THE CONCRETE WITH SHALLOW CONCRETE NAILS. FOR CLASS 20 EXCAVATION FLOODABLE BACKFILL LIFT PLACEMENT. . . . POROUS BACKFILL. AND COMPACTION SHALL PROGRESS 2’-2 (TYP. . BRG. THE FABRIC IS INTENDED TO BE INSTALLED LI MI TS OF TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTI LE FABRI C ALONG ABUTMENT IN THE BASE OF THE EXCAVATION AND EXTENDED VERTICALLY UP THE ABUTMENT BACKWALL. FLOODABLE BACKFILL. . AND VIBRATORY COMPACTION. ~ . ~ . . THIS EXCAVATION SHAPING IS TO BE DONE PRIOR TO BEGINNING | ABUT.~ . ~ . . . SIEVE) L/MIN/m¢ FLOW RATE ASTM D‘4491 (GAL/MIN/FT¢) % STRENGTH UV RESISTANCE (‘AT 500 HOURS‘) ASTM D‘4355 RETAINED 70 CD 19. THE APPROACH FI LL WAS I DENTI FI ED AS THE GRADI NG SURFACE. 4"‰ SUBDRAIN FABRIC LIMITS 4% SLOPE 1"} MIN. 4"‰‘SUBDRAIN GEOTEXTILE WATER REQUIRED FOR FLOODING. . ~ . ~ .8 (‘1356‘) 1 ’ -6 ABUTMENT WING 0. . . AND COMPACTED WITH VIBRATORY GEOTEXTI LE COMPACTION TO ENSURE FULL CONSOLIDATION. . . SECTION A-A BACKFILL DETAILS NOTE: GEOTEXTILE FABRIC WILL BE ATTACHED TO FACE OF ABUTMENT FOOTING AND WINGS. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 ’ -6 04-1 2 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. . ~ . SUBDRAINS. FLOODING. THE SUBDRAIN SHALL BE INSTALLED DIRECTLY ON THE FABRIC AT THE TOE OF THE REAR EXCAVATION SLOPE. ~ . SUBDRAINS. . APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . AND GEOTEXTILE FABRIC FURNISHED AT THE BRIDGE ABUTMENTS SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT UNIT PRICE BID FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE. . FLOODABLE BACKFILL POROUS BACKFILL IS THEN PLACED AND LEVELED.EXCAVATI ON LI MI T ON THE FRONT FACE OF THE ABUTMENT WAS CHANGED TO A 3’ -0 LI MI T. AND EXCAVATION FACE TO A HEIGHT THAT WILL BE APPROXIMATELY 1 TO 2 FOOT HIGHER THAN THE HEIGHT OF THE POROUS BACKFILL OF TRENCH ALONG ABUTMENT PLACEMENT AS SHOWN IN THE "BACKFILL DETAILS" ON THIS SHEET. SUBGRADE ELEV. ~ . TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC AFTER THE SUBGRADE HAS BEEN SHAPED. TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC *‘DIMENSION VARIES DUE ‘TO 2% SUBDRAIN SLOPE.~ .~ . NOTE: NOTE: SHADED AREA SHOWS LIMITS OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC WHEN THE FABRIC IS IN PLACE.44’ ROADWAY. MODIFIED SUBBASE. ~ ~ .‘* 2’-2 ABUTMENT FOOTING 3’-0 THE COST OF WATER REQUIRED FOR FLOODING. THE FABRIC PLACED AGAINST THE EXCAVATION FACE SHALL BE PINNED. ~ . WATER RUNNING FULL IN A 2-INCH DIAMETER HOSE SHOULD BE SPRAYED IN SUCCESSIVE 6-FOOT TO 8-FOOT INCREMENTS FOR 3 MINUTES WITHIN EACH INCREMENT.S. THE REMAINING WORK INVOLVES BACKFILLING WITH FLOODABLE BACKFILL. THE STRIPS OF THE FABRIC PLACED SHALL OVERLAP APPROXIMATELY 1 FOOT AND SHALL BE PINNED IN PLACE. . ~ . SUBDRAIN SHALL SLOPE DOWNWARD 2% FROM | APPROACH ROADWAY WHEN OUTLETTING BOTH SIDES OF THE ABUTMENT. ABUTMENT WING WALLS. 1 1 FRONT FACE ~ . .dgn H44-77-07 11x17_pdf.) UNTIL THE REQUIRED FULL THICKNESS OF THE ABUTMENT BACKFILL HAS BEEN COMPLETED. FLOODABLE BACKFILL. . ~ ~ . ABUTMENT BACKFILL DETAILS A & B BEAMS . . BETWEEN WINGS APPROACH FILLS. NO COMPACTION IS REQUIRED. A SLOT WILL NEED TO BE CUT IN THE FABRIC AT THE POINT WHERE THE SUBDRAIN EXITS THE FABRIC NEAR THE END OF THE ABUTMENT WING WALL.43 MAX (#40) 733 (‘18‘) REVI SED 04-1 2 . SUBDRAIN SHALL SLOPE DOWNWARD 2% FROM HIGH END WHEN OUTLETTING AT ONE END OF THE ABUTMENT. ~ .GEOTEXTILE FABRIC MINIMUM AVERAGE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES TEST METHOD UNIT ROLL VALUE MD TENSILE STRENGTH (‘AT 5% STRAIN‘) APPARENT OPENING SIZE (AOS) ASTM D‘4595 ASTM D‘4751 kN/m (‘LBS/FT‘) 19.BRIDGE 2’-2 APPROACH PAVEMENT TECHNICAL DATA INFORMATION .pltcfg 2’ -0 OF ABUTMENT 2’ -0 BACK FACE 3’ -0 POROUS BACKFILL . . ~ . . . .8 (‘1356‘) mm (U. THE GEOTEXTILE FABRIC SHALL BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DETAILS SHOWN. ~ ~ ~ . TO ENSURE UNIFORM SURFACE FLOODING. SURFACE FLOODING. . ABUTMENT BACKFILL PROCESS: THE BASE OF THE EXCAVATION SUBGRADE BEHIND THE ABUTMENT IS TO BE GRADED WITH A 4% SLOPE AWAY FROM THE ABUTMENT FOOTING AND A 2% CROSS SLOPE IN THE DIRECTION OF THE SUBDRAIN OUTLET. ~ . AND GEOTEXTILE FABRIC FURNISHED AT THE BRIDGE ABUTMENTS WILL NOT BE MEASURED SEPARATELY FOR PAYMENT.

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THE SUBDRAIN SHALL BE INSTALLED DIRECTLY ON THE FABRIC AT THE TOE OF THE REAR EXCAVATION SLOPE. ~ . ~ ~ . ) FABRIC LIMITS 4% SLOPE 1"} MIN. .GEOTEXTILE FABRIC MINIMUM AVERAGE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES TEST METHOD UNIT ROLL VALUE MD TENSILE STRENGTH (‘AT 5% STRAIN‘) APPARENT OPENING SIZE (AOS) ASTM D‘4595 ASTM D‘4751 kN/m (‘LBS/FT‘) 19. .BRIDGE "W" APPROACH PAVEMENT "W" DIMENSION SKEW 15 DIMENSION 2’-2 2’-6 3’-0 TECHNICAL DATA INFORMATION . NOTE: NOTE: SHADED AREA SHOWS LIMITS OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC WHEN THE FABRIC IS IN PLACE.S. SKEWED RIGHT AHEAD SIMILIAR) SHOWN ON THIS SHEET WHICH ARE PERTINENT TO THIS STRUCTURE. . ~ .pltcfg . THE STRIPS OF THE FABRIC PLACED SHALL OVERLAP APPROXIMATELY 1 FOOT AND SHALL BE PINNED IN PLACE. . AND COMPACTION SHALL PROGRESS UNTIL THE REQUIRED FULL THICKNESS OF THE ABUTMENT BACKFILL HAS BEEN COMPLETED. SECTION A-A BACKFILL DETAILS NOTE: GEOTEXTILE FABRIC WILL BE ATTACHED TO FACE OF ABUTMENT FOOTING AND WINGS. . . .SKEWED H44-78-07 3/28/2012 8:42:02 AM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\April_2012_Release\H44-07. . ABUTMENT BACKFILL PROCESS: THE BASE OF THE EXCAVATION SUBGRADE BEHIND THE ABUTMENT IS TO BE GRADED WITH A 4% SLOPE AWAY FROM THE ABUTMENT FOOTING AND A 2% CROSS SLOPE IN THE DIRECTION OF THE SUBDRAIN OUTLET. SURFACE FLOODED. THE FABRIC IS INTENDED TO BE INSTALLED LI MI TS OF TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTI LE FABRI C ALONG ABUTMENT IN THE BASE OF THE EXCAVATION AND EXTENDED VERTICALLY UP THE ABUTMENT BACKWALL. 2 ’ 2 ( T Y P . ~ . WATER RUNNING FULL IN A 2-INCH DIAMETER HOSE SHOULD BE SPRAYED IN SUCCESSIVE 6-FOOT TO 8-FOOT INCREMENTS FOR 3 MINUTES WITHIN EACH INCREMENT. . ~ . SURFACE FLOODING. ~ . . SUBDRAINS. THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 ’ -6 04-1 2 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. ~ . . NO COMPACTION IS REQUIRED.~ . . . . BETWEEN WINGS APPROACH FILLS.EXCAVATI ON LI MI T ON THE FRONT FACE OF THE ABUTMENT WAS CHANGED TO A 3’ -0 LI MI T. A SLOT WILL NEED TO BE CUT IN THE FABRIC AT THE POINT WHERE THE SUBDRAIN EXITS THE FABRIC NEAR THE END OF THE ABUTMENT WING WALL. ~ . MODIFIED SUBBASE. FLOODING. THE REMAINING WORK INVOLVES BACKFILLING WITH FLOODABLE BACKFILL. ~ . FOR CLASS 20 EXCAVATION A BACK FACE OF ABUTMENT 3’ -0 POROUS 2’ -0 BACKFILL 4"‰‘SUBDRAIN GEOTEXTILE .~ . *‘DIMENSION VARIES DUE ‘TO 2% SUBDRAIN SLOPE. TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . THE APPROACH FI LL WAS I DENTI FI ED AS THE GRADI NG SURFACE. TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC AFTER THE SUBGRADE HAS BEEN SHAPED. . AND VIBRATORY COMPACTION. 2 2’ -0 1 FLOODABLE BACKFILL LIFT PLACEMENT. FLOODABLE BACKFILL. SEE APPLICABLE RK BRIDGE APPROACH PAVEMENT STANDARD | APPROACH ROADWAY (GRADING SURFACES) ARE TO BE COMPLETED TO THIS LINE BEFORE LI MI TS OF BOTTOM 2’ -0 STARTING ABUTMENT CONSTRUCTION. ~ . THE FABRIC PLACED AGAINST THE EXCAVATION FACE SHALL BE PINNED. INSTALLATION OF THE GEOTEXTILE AND BACKFILL MATERIAL. ABUTMENT BACKFILL DETAILS A & B BEAMS . . WATER REQUIRED FOR FLOODING. SIEVE) L/MIN/m¢ FLOW RATE ASTM D‘4491 (GAL/MIN/FT¢) % STRENGTH UV RESISTANCE (‘AT 500 HOURS‘) ASTM D‘4355 RETAINED 70 CD 19.dgn H44-78-07 11x17_pdf. THE FLOODABLE BACKFILL MATERIAL SHALL BE FABRI C LI MI TS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. SUBDRAIN SHALL SLOPE DOWNWARD 2% FROM | APPROACH ROADWAY WHEN OUTLETTING BOTH SIDES OF THE ABUTMENT. THE GEOTEXTILE FABRIC SHALL BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DETAILS SHOWN. POROUS BACKFILL. . . 2007 ABUTMENT WING "W" NOTE: SEE SUBDRAIN DETAILS SHEET FOR DETAILS NOT SKEWED ABUTMENT PLAN WITHOUT WING EXTENSIONS (SKEWED LEFT AHEAD SHOWN. ABUTMENT WING WALLS. . . ~ . ~ . FLOODABLE BACKFILL POROUS BACKFILL IS THEN PLACED AND LEVELED. THIS EXCAVATION SHAPING IS TO BE DONE PRIOR TO BEGINNING | ABUT. AND GEOTEXTILE FABRIC FURNISHED AT THE BRIDGE ABUTMENTS SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT UNIT PRICE BID FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE. ~ ~ . . SUBGRADE ELEV. AND COMPACTED WITH VIBRATORY GEOTEXTI LE COMPACTION TO ENSURE FULL CONSOLIDATION. THE FABRIC SHALL BE ATTACHED TO THE ABUTMENT BY USING LATH FOLDED IN THE FABRIC AND SECURED TO THE CONCRETE WITH SHALLOW CONCRETE NAILS.~ .44’ ROADWAY. ~ ~ ~ . . . LIMIT THE LOOSE LIFTS TO NO MORE THAN 2 FEET OF THICKNESS. . .43 MAX (#40) 733 (‘18‘) REVI SED 04-1 2 . SUBDRAINS. BRG. ~ . ~ .

.~ .44’ ROADWAY. AFTER THE SUBGRADE HAS BEEN SHAPED. 2 1 . . THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 ’ -6 04-1 2 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. . ( TYP. THE FABRIC SHALL BE ATTACHED TO THE ABUTMENT BY USING LATH FOLDED IN THE FABRIC AND SECURED TO THE CONCRETE WITH SHALLOW CONCRETE NAILS. A A ABUTMENT FOOTING 3’-0 BERM TOE OF SLOPE & LIMIT OF BOTTOM OF TRENCH FOR EXCAVATION LI MI TS OF BOTTOM PAY LIMIT START SURFACE FLOODING FOR EACH FLOODABLE BACKFILL LIFT AT THE HIGH POINT OF THE SUBDRAIN AND PROGRESS TO THE LOW POINT WHERE THE SUBDRAIN EXITS THE FABRIC. . THE FLOODABLE BACKFILL SHALL BE PLACED IN INDIVIDUAL LIFTS. ~ ~ ~ . . .EXCAVATI ON LI MI T ON THE FRONT FACE OF THE ABUTMENT WAS CHANGED TO A 3’ -0 LI MI T. AND VIBRATORY COMPACTION. . ~ ~ . .pltcfg 2’ -0 OF ABUTMENT 2’ -0 BACK FACE 3’ -0 POROUS BACKFILL . AND EXCAVATION FACE TO A HEIGHT THAT WILL BE APPROXIMATELY 1 TO 2 FOOT HIGHER THAN THE HEIGHT OF THE POROUS BACKFILL PLACEMENT AS SHOWN IN THE "BACKFILL DETAILS" ON THIS SHEET. SURFACE FLOODING. THE FLOODABLE BACKFILL MATERIAL SHALL BE FABRI C LI MI TS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. ~ . THE APPROACH FI LL WAS I DENTI FI ED AS THE GRADI NG SURFACE. BRG. ( TYP. SUBDRAINS. . 2007 ABUTMENT WING 2’-2 NOTE: SEE SUBDRAIN DETAILS SHEET FOR DETAILS NOT SHOWN ON THIS SHEET WHICH ARE PERTINENT TO THIS STRUCTURE. ~ . THE STRIPS OF THE I NSI DE FACE TO I NSI DE FACE OF ABUTMENT WI NGS FABRIC PLACED SHALL OVERLAP APPROXIMATELY 1 FOOT AND SHALL BE PINNED IN PLACE. . AND GEOTEXTILE FABRIC FURNISHED AT THE BRIDGE ABUTMENTS SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT UNIT PRICE BID FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE.8 (‘1356‘) mm (U. FABRIC LIMITS 4% SLOPE 1"} MIN.~ . *‘DIMENSION VARIES DUE ‘TO 2% SUBDRAIN SLOPE. FLOODING. A SLOT WILL NEED TO BE CUT IN THE FABRIC AT THE POINT WHERE THE SUBDRAIN EXITS THE FABRIC NEAR THE END OF THE ABUTMENT WING WALL. ) 2’ -2 TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . .GEOTEXTILE FABRIC MINIMUM AVERAGE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES TEST METHOD UNIT ROLL VALUE MD TENSILE STRENGTH (‘AT 5% STRAIN‘) APPARENT OPENING SIZE (AOS) ASTM D‘4595 ASTM D‘4751 kN/m (‘LBS/FT‘) 19. ~ . . ~ . SIEVE) L/MIN/m¢ CD 19. AND COMPACTION SHALL PROGRESS UNTIL THE REQUIRED FULL THICKNESS OF THE ABUTMENT BACKFILL HAS BEEN COMPLETED. . POROUS BACKFILL.~ . . AND GEOTEXTILE FABRIC FURNISHED AT THE BRIDGE ABUTMENTS WILL NOT BE MEASURED SEPARATELY FOR PAYMENT. . 4"‰‘SUBDRAIN GEOTEXTILE WATER REQUIRED FOR FLOODING.BRIDGE APPROACH PAVEMENT 2’-2 TECHNICAL DATA INFORMATION . TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC NOTE: NOTE: SHADED AREA SHOWS LIMITS OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC WHEN THE FABRIC IS IN PLACE. SEE APPLICABLE RK BRIDGE APPROACH PAVEMENT STANDARD | APPROACH ROADWAY (GRADING SURFACES) ARE TO BE COMPLETED TO THIS LINE BEFORE 2’ -0 STARTING ABUTMENT CONSTRUCTION. .8 (‘1356‘) 1 ’ -6 ABUTMENT WING 0. SUBGRADE ELEV. SECTION A-A BACKFILL DETAILS NOTE: GEOTEXTILE FABRIC WILL BE ATTACHED TO FACE OF ABUTMENT FOOTING AND WINGS. . | ABUT. ~ ~ .~ .~ . ~ . POROUS BACKFILL. ~ . . FLOODABLE BACKFILL POROUS BACKFILL IS THEN PLACED AND LEVELED. ~ . ~ . .dgn H44-79-07 11x17_pdf. ~ . TO ENSURE UNIFORM SURFACE FLOODING. LIMIT THE LOOSE LIFTS TO NO MORE THAN 2 FEET OF THICKNESS. . THE REMAINING WORK INVOLVES BACKFILLING WITH FLOODABLE BACKFILL. THE GEOTEXTILE FABRIC SHALL BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DETAILS SHOWN. ~ . WATER RUNNING FULL IN A 2-INCH DIAMETER HOSE SHOULD BE SPRAYED IN SUCCESSIVE 6-FOOT TO 8-FOOT INCREMENTS FOR 3 MINUTES WITHIN EACH INCREMENT. ~ . SURFACE FLOODED. FLOODABLE BACKFILL. ) TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC FLOW RATE ASTM D‘4491 (GAL/MIN/FT¢) % STRENGTH 2’ -2 UV RESISTANCE (‘AT 500 HOURS‘) ASTM D‘4355 RETAINED 70 ABUTMENT BACKFILL PROCESS: THE BASE OF THE EXCAVATION SUBGRADE BEHIND THE ABUTMENT IS TO BE GRADED WITH A 4% SLOPE AWAY FROM THE ABUTMENT FOOTING AND A 2% CROSS SLOPE IN THE DIRECTION LI MI TS OF TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTI LE FABRI C ALONG ABUTMENT WI NG EXTENSI ON FOOTI NGS OF THE SUBDRAIN OUTLET. FOR CLASS 20 EXCAVATION FLOODABLE BACKFILL LIFT PLACEMENT. . THE SUBDRAIN SHALL BE INSTALLED DIRECTLY ON THE FABRIC AT THE TOE OF THE REAR EXCAVATION SLOPE. MODIFIED SUBBASE. . SUBDRAIN SHALL SLOPE DOWNWARD 2% FROM | APPROACH ROADWAY WHEN OUTLETTING BOTH SIDES OF THE ABUTMENT.S. NO COMPACTION IS REQUIRED. AND COMPACTED WITH VIBRATORY GEOTEXTI LE COMPACTION TO ENSURE FULL CONSOLIDATION. THE FABRIC PLACED AGAINST THE EXCAVATION FACE SHALL BE PINNED. ~ . . . ABUTMENT WING WALLS. . BETWEEN WINGS APPROACH FILLS.43 MAX (#40) 733 (‘18‘) REVI SED 04-1 2 . SUBDRAIN SHALL SLOPE DOWNWARD 2% FROM HIGH END WHEN OUTLETTING AT ONE END OF THE ABUTMENT. .) 4"‰ SUBDRAIN THE COST OF WATER REQUIRED FOR FLOODING. . ABUTMENT PLAN WITH WING EXTENSIONS ABUTMENT BACKFILL DETAILS C BEAMS .0 SKEW H44-79-07 3/28/2012 8:42:03 AM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\April_2012_Release\H44-07. FLOODABLE BACKFILL. . THIS EXCAVATION SHAPING IS TO BE DONE PRIOR TO BEGINNING INSTALLATION OF THE GEOTEXTILE AND BACKFILL MATERIAL. ~ . . SUBDRAINS. THE FABRIC IS INTENDED TO BE INSTALLED IN THE BASE OF THE EXCAVATION AND EXTENDED VERTICALLY UP THE ABUTMENT OF TRENCH ALONG WI NG EXTENSI ON FOOTI NGS BACKWALL. 1 1 FRONT FACE ~ . . ~ .‘* 2’-2 ABUTMENT FOOTING 3’-0 2’-2 (TYP. . .

pltcfg 2’ -0 OF ABUTMENT 2’ -0 BACK FACE 3’ -0 POROUS BACKFILL . SIEVE) L/MIN/m¢ CD 19. ~ ~ . .8 (‘1356‘) mm (U. THE STRIPS OF THE I NSI DE FACE TO I NSI DE FACE OF ABUTMENT WI NGS FABRIC PLACED SHALL OVERLAP APPROXIMATELY 1 FOOT AND SHALL BE PINNED IN PLACE. LIMIT THE LOOSE LIFTS TO NO MORE THAN 2 FEET OF THICKNESS. . NO COMPACTION IS REQUIRED. ( TYP. AND COMPACTED WITH VIBRATORY GEOTEXTI LE COMPACTION TO ENSURE FULL CONSOLIDATION. . . . A SLOT WILL NEED TO BE CUT IN THE FABRIC AT THE POINT WHERE THE SUBDRAIN EXITS THE FABRIC NEAR THE END OF THE ABUTMENT WING WALL. 2007 ABUTMENT WING 2’-2 NOTE: SEE SUBDRAIN DETAILS SHEET FOR DETAILS NOT SKEWED ABUTMENT PLAN WITH WING EXTENSIONS (SKEWED LEFT AHEAD SHOWN. SURFACE FLOODED. AFTER THE SUBGRADE HAS BEEN SHAPED.43 MAX (#40) 733 (‘18‘) REVI SED 04-1 2 . FLOODABLE BACKFILL. . THREE SPAN BRIDGE LATEST REVI SI ON DATE 1 ’ -6 04-1 2 PRETENSIONED PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAM BRIDGES MARCH. THIS EXCAVATION SHAPING IS TO BE DONE PRIOR TO BEGINNING INSTALLATION OF THE GEOTEXTILE AND BACKFILL MATERIAL. ~ ~ . BETWEEN WINGS APPROACH FILLS. BRG. . FOR CLASS 20 EXCAVATION FLOODABLE BACKFILL LIFT PLACEMENT. .GEOTEXTILE FABRIC MINIMUM AVERAGE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES TEST METHOD UNIT ROLL VALUE MD TENSILE STRENGTH (‘AT 5% STRAIN‘) APPARENT OPENING SIZE (AOS) ASTM D‘4595 ASTM D‘4751 kN/m (‘LBS/FT‘) 19. TO ENSURE UNIFORM SURFACE FLOODING. SUBGRADE ELEV. . THE FABRIC IS INTENDED TO BE INSTALLED IN THE BASE OF THE EXCAVATION AND EXTENDED VERTICALLY UP THE ABUTMENT OF TRENCH ALONG WI NG EXTENSI ON FOOTI NGS BACKWALL. ~ . WATER RUNNING FULL IN A 2-INCH DIAMETER HOSE SHOULD BE SPRAYED IN SUCCESSIVE 6-FOOT TO 8-FOOT INCREMENTS FOR 3 MINUTES WITHIN EACH INCREMENT. ~ .dgn H44-80-07 11x17_pdf. ~ . ~ . POROUS BACKFILL. . TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC NOTE: A NOTE: SHADED AREA SHOWS LIMITS OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC WHEN THE FABRIC IS IN PLACE. ) TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC FLOW RATE ASTM D‘4491 (GAL/MIN/FT¢) % STRENGTH 2’ -2 UV RESISTANCE (‘AT 500 HOURS‘) ASTM D‘4355 RETAINED 70 ABUTMENT BACKFILL PROCESS: THE BASE OF THE EXCAVATION SUBGRADE BEHIND THE ABUTMENT IS TO BE GRADED WITH A 4% SLOPE AWAY FROM THE ABUTMENT FOOTING AND A 2% CROSS SLOPE IN THE DIRECTION LI MI TS OF TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTI LE FABRI C ALONG ABUTMENT WI NG EXTENSI ON FOOTI NGS OF THE SUBDRAIN OUTLET. SUBDRAINS. POROUS BACKFILL. 4"‰‘SUBDRAIN GEOTEXTILE 2 ’ 2 ( T Y P . ) 2’ -2 TOP SLOPE OF GEOTEXTILE FABRIC APPROVED BY BRI DGE ENGI NEER Highway Division STANDARD DESIGN . SKEWED RIGHT AHEAD SIMILIAR) SHOWN ON THIS SHEET WHICH ARE PERTINENT TO THIS STRUCTURE. 2 1 . ~ . THE FLOODABLE BACKFILL MATERIAL SHALL BE FABRI C LI MI TS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. SECTION A-A BACKFILL DETAILS NOTE: GEOTEXTILE FABRIC WILL BE ATTACHED TO FACE OF ABUTMENT FOOTING AND WINGS. SEE APPLICABLE RK BRIDGE APPROACH PAVEMENT STANDARD A | APPROACH ROADWAY (GRADING SURFACES) ARE TO BE COMPLETED TO THIS LINE BEFORE 2’ -0 STARTING ABUTMENT CONSTRUCTION. THE SUBDRAIN SHALL BE INSTALLED DIRECTLY ON THE FABRIC AT THE TOE OF THE REAR EXCAVATION SLOPE. THE FABRIC PLACED AGAINST THE EXCAVATION FACE SHALL BE PINNED.EXCAVATI ON LI MI T ON THE FRONT FACE OF THE ABUTMENT WAS CHANGED TO A 3’ -0 LI MI T. AND GEOTEXTILE FABRIC FURNISHED AT THE BRIDGE ABUTMENTS SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT UNIT PRICE BID FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE. . ~ .‘* 2’-2 ABUTMENT FOOTING 3’-0 4"‰ SUBDRAIN THE COST OF WATER REQUIRED FOR FLOODING. *‘DIMENSION VARIES DUE ‘TO 2% SUBDRAIN SLOPE. SUBDRAIN SHALL SLOPE DOWNWARD 2% FROM | APPROACH ROADWAY WHEN OUTLETTING BOTH SIDES OF THE ABUTMENT. .~ . THE APPROACH FI LL WAS I DENTI FI ED AS THE GRADI NG SURFACE. ~ . ~ . FLOODABLE BACKFILL POROUS BACKFILL IS THEN PLACED AND LEVELED. . AND VIBRATORY COMPACTION. . MODIFIED SUBBASE. FLOODING.~ .BRIDGE APPROACH PAVEMENT 2’-2 TECHNICAL DATA INFORMATION .8 (‘1356‘) 1 ’ -6 ABUTMENT WING 0. SUBDRAIN SHALL SLOPE DOWNWARD 2% FROM HIGH END WHEN OUTLETTING AT ONE END OF THE ABUTMENT. SUBDRAINS. FLOODABLE BACKFILL. ~ . AND GEOTEXTILE FABRIC FURNISHED AT THE BRIDGE ABUTMENTS WILL NOT BE MEASURED SEPARATELY FOR PAYMENT. . . . . THE FLOODABLE BACKFILL SHALL BE PLACED IN INDIVIDUAL LIFTS. ABUTMENT BACKFILL DETAILS C BEAMS . | ABUT. AND COMPACTION SHALL PROGRESS UNTIL THE REQUIRED FULL THICKNESS OF THE ABUTMENT BACKFILL HAS BEEN COMPLETED.44’ ROADWAY. ABUTMENT WING WALLS. THE REMAINING WORK INVOLVES BACKFILLING WITH FLOODABLE BACKFILL. . . .S. . ~ . ~ . FABRIC LIMITS 4% SLOPE 1"} MIN. 1 1 FRONT FACE ~ . . . .~ . TOE OF SLOPE & LIMIT OF BOTTOM OF TRENCH FOR EXCAVATION ABUTMENT FOOTING 3’-0 BERM LI MI TS OF BOTTOM PAY LIMIT START SURFACE FLOODING FOR EACH FLOODABLE BACKFILL LIFT AT THE HIGH POINT OF THE SUBDRAIN AND PROGRESS TO THE LOW POINT WHERE THE SUBDRAIN EXITS THE FABRIC.SKEWED H44-80-07 3/28/2012 8:42:04 AM tsorens W:\Highway\Bridge\NewStandards\April_2012_Release\H44-07.~ . . ~ .~ . ~ ~ ~ . SURFACE FLOODING. . ~ . ) WATER REQUIRED FOR FLOODING. THE GEOTEXTILE FABRIC SHALL BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DETAILS SHOWN. . . THE FABRIC SHALL BE ATTACHED TO THE ABUTMENT BY USING LATH FOLDED IN THE FABRIC AND SECURED TO THE CONCRETE WITH SHALLOW CONCRETE NAILS. . ( TYP. AND EXCAVATION FACE TO A HEIGHT THAT WILL BE APPROXIMATELY 1 TO 2 FOOT HIGHER THAN THE HEIGHT OF THE POROUS BACKFILL PLACEMENT AS SHOWN IN THE "BACKFILL DETAILS" ON THIS SHEET. . . ~ .

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