USACE Fort Worth - Demolition of Dallas Floodway AT & SF Bridges
USACE - Dallas Floodway Demo Project
USACE Fort Worth District in partnership with City of Dallas
North TX Area Office
Award: 08/24/2020 Completed: 02/12/2021
Demolition Project Value $1,734,386
“As the lead-off contract to the Dallas Floodway Mega Program; this, the first venture between Yerkes South, Inc., The Fort Worth District (USACE-SWF) and Stakeholder the City of Dallas, Texas can be summed-up as a rousing success.”
First Dallas Floodway Project for the large flood protection program for the citizens of Dallas.
Scope included demolition and removal of specified segments of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe (AT&SF) Historical Railroad Bridge located in the vicinity of the Santa Fe Trestle Trail and Moore Park, Dallas, TX.
Demolished three sections (Wood Trestle, Steel and Concrete) located at both left and right bank sides of the Trinity River in the floodway only feet from the elevated DART Railway. Demolished materials 85% recycled.
Project required Abatement of Regulated Asbestos Containing Material (RACM) on parts of the Bridges, then demolition/removal of the specified bridge segments, while maintaining Santa Fe Trestle Trail features.
Completed three months early!