Delaware River Port Authority, Ben Franklin Bridge South Walkway Bicycle and Pedestrian Ramp
Owned and operated by the Delaware River Port Authority, the Benjamin Franklin Bridge is one of four primary vehicular bridges between Philadelphia and southern New Jersey. The Benjamin Franklin Bridge allows for joggers and bikers to cross the Delaware River using ramps and walkways.
The Ben Franklin Bridge South Walkway Bicycle and Pedestrian Ramp project provides for the installation of track shielding to facilitate the demolition and construction of the pedestrian and bicycle ramp, including steel erection, railing fabrication and erection, drilled shaft installation and construction of concrete pier, deck and abutment structures. The south walkway will get a new 800-foot-long ramp to replace a steep stairwell that currently resides there. To promote ADA accessibility and safety, the proposed ramp will be built on the Camden side of the 1.4-mile bridge making it handicap-accessible and easier for bicycle riders to reach the other side.
Envision is providing CPM scheduling services, including review and approval of the project baseline CPM schedule. Monthly CPM schedule updates are reviewed and analyzed and a detailed review report is provided.
- CPM Scheduling
- Construction Schedule Review
- Construction Schedule Analysis
- Review of Monthly Project Schedule Updates