Thomas Road Bridges (Radnor Township)
Replacement of three narrow concrete slab bridges on Thomas Road in
Radnor Township. Project includes removal of existing bridges, and installing
a precast, reinforced concrete box culvert at each location.
Approach improvements including pavement and shoulder widening, drainage improvements and guardrail installation
complete the project.
Project Location and Limits:
Bridge #1: Thomas Road about 1/4 mile south of Peel Road. Total
project length is 400 feet.
#2: Thomas Road just north of Roberts Road. Total project length
is 400 feet.
#3: Thomas Road 1/4 mile south of Norton Road. Total project
length is 400 feet.
Road Closure Information:
Road closed to through traffic at each bridge location with detour
posted. Local resident traffic maintained. Only one bridge will be
closed at a time, beginning with the bridge Â¼ mile south of Peel Road.
Design engineering: February 2005 to January 2006
Right-of-way acquisition: October 2005 to December 2005
Utility relocation: April to May 2006
Construction: April to July 2006
Construction documents prepared by the Delaware County Engineer's
Contract awarded to Complete General Construction in the amount of
Estimated Project Cost:
Total project cost $435,000. A State Capital Improvements Program grant from the Ohio Public Works Commission
was received for $190,270.