Having just let a project to relocate a suspended deck system on the San Diego-Coronado Bridge, California transportation officials are now inviting bids to paint four spans on the bridge—a job estimated at more than $2 million.
The California Department of Transportation accepted bids Aug. 28 to move a Caltrans-owned suspended deck system from one span to another on the bridge, also called the Coronado Bridge, in San Diego, CA.
The project involves cleaning and recoating four spans of the bridge.
The project involves removing about 20,000 square feet of scaffolding from Span 22 and installing about 15,000 square feet of scaffolding on Span 14. The deck system, manufactured by Safe-Span, will be used as a component of a Class 1 containment system (SSPC-Guide 6).
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