Eire secures work on local landmark

Address: Ocean Drive, North Haven
Client: Private Client
Value: $1.0 M
Start Date: August 2016
Finish Date: May 2017
Key Components: Utilities Relocation, Pipeline Construction,

Eire Constructions has joined a consortium of contractors charged with completing the replacement of the Stingray Creek Bridge.

The current Stingray Creek Bridge spanning from North Haven to Laurieton is an essential piece of infrastructure in need of replacement as it approaches the end of its economic feasibility.

The current bridge width is too narrow and is constrained with regard to inadequate mass limits imposed on the current bridge. A major driving factor for the new bridge construction is to ensure pedestrian, cycle and vehicular traffic safety.

Eire Constructions has been engaged to perform the utilities relocations to enable the approaches of the bridges to be constructed. The utilities that require relocation will include critical sewer, water and communications assets.

Our works are due to commence in late August and conclude March 2017.

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