Keystone, CP&Y Assess Bridges for ODOT
STILLWATER, OK – The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) has selected Keystone Engineering and Surveying and Dallas-based CP&Y to perform on-demand assessments of Oklahoma roadway bridges and to provide final design documents.
The Keystone-CP&Y team will assist ODOT Division 2 in determining which bridges are to be rehabilitated and will provide the plans required to do so. Anticipated engineering services include visual inspection of bridges, photo documentation, development of rehabilitation alternatives, preliminary and final designs, and submittal of plans, specifications, and construction project estimates to ODOT.
The ODOT contract specifies that Keystone and CP&Y will provide assessment services on demand at locations throughout Oklahoma. The team’s first task order is to analyze six bridges in southeastern Oklahoma. Keystone and CP&Y will then prepare reports on each bridge including recommendations for addressing any problem conditions. After review of the reports, ODOT may require Keystone and CP&Y to proceed with design documents.
For more information, contact Kelly D. Harris, P.E. & President, Keystone Engineering.