Projects -

Bridge and roadway design

Old King's Highway Bridge - Hampton, CT
(State Project No. 62-94)

The bridge carrying Old King's Highway over the Little River in Hampton was constructed under the Federal Local Bridge Program. Anchor Engineering provided engineering design services, permit assistance and construction inspection for this timber and stone faced bridge. Anchor Engineering was one of the first consultants to implement certain participating aesthetic design elements. This bridge was featured on the cover of the 2003 CTDOT Local Bridge Program Manual, has a span of 46 feet and travel width of 22 feet.

Hillhouse Avenue Bridge - New Haven, CT
(State Project No. 92-559)
The replacement of the Hillhouse Avenue Bridge over the historic Farmington Canal Heritage Greenway on the campus of Yale University was funded under the CTDOT Federal Local Bridge Program.  Anchor provided engineering design services for the City of New Haven, including bridge and roadway design, along with full time construction inspection.  Pre-stressed concrete deck units with a composite concrete deck slab and brownstone masonry faced parapets were installed, providing a 40-foot width with two travel lanes and adjacent on-street parking.

The vehicular bridge was constructed in coordination with two independent pedestrian bridges designed by Guy Nordenson & Associates along with Pelli Clark Pelli Architects.

Village Hill Road Bridge - Columbia, CT
(State Project No. 30-94)

The bridge carrying Village Hill Road Bridge over the Ten Mile River was completed for the Town under the CTDOT Federal Local Bridge Program and was featured on the cover of the 2007 CTDOT Local Bridge Program Manual. Anchor Engineering provided all of the necessary design services, permit assistance and full-time construction inspection for this project. An existing turn-of-the-century masonry arch structure was widened with a cast-in-place concrete arch supported by concrete abutments and u-walls, and the new portions of the structure received a stone masonry facing to match the existing bridge, so that it is difficult to differentiate new construction from old. The widened structure has a span length of 20 feet, and a travel width of 26.25 feet.