Lanigan Creek Bridge Replacement

After 60 years of existence, the Lanigan Creek Bridge needed to be replaced to accommodate increased traffic volumes and heavier truck loads.

Lanigan Creek Bridge is located over Lanigan Creek on Highway 16, east of Lanigan, Saskatchewan. The original structure was built in 1948, and was a timber superstructure on timber piles. The Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure decided to replace the existing bridge with a 6 m-15 m-6 m multiple span precast concrete box girder bridge with precast concrete abutment caps on steel pipe piles. The replacement works included driving new steel pipe piles, new precast concrete abutments, and erecting new concrete box girders, ACP, and bridge rails.

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