SEPTA, Media/Elwyn Regional Rail Line – Crum Creek Viaduct Replacement

SEPTA, Media/Elwyn Regional Rail Line – Crum Creek Viaduct Replacement

Project Overview

The 925-foot-high Crum Creek Viaduct carries SEPTA’s Media/Elwyn Regional Rail Line over the Crum Creek in southeastern PA. The viaduct was originally built in 1895, and more than 320 passenger trains cross it each week.  SEPTA replaced the viaduct with a new structure. It features a closed deck and continuous welded rails atop stone ballast to produce a smoother ride.

Envision provided onsite document control services for the $55.4 million replacement project, and was responsible for all project-related information from onset to close-out.  Envision also provided Construction Mangement and CPM scheduling services, including reviews of the contractor’s baseline CPM schedule and all progress updates.

Project Information

Owner SEPTA
Project Start March 2015
Project End December 2016
Project Cost $55.4M
Envision’s Role
  • Document Control
  • Construction Management
  • Scheduling