Trinity I-10 over Trinity River in Texas


  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering
  • Trinity, Segmental Construction Engineering

Project Summary


Cast-in-Place Balanced Cantilever Main Span

Trinity River Crossing consists of two twin segmental bridges being built utilizing cast-in-place, balanced cantilever construction. Each bridge consists of a two cell box girder with deck widths of sixty-two feet each. It is being cast using form travelers. The navigational channel is fifty feet. Span lengths are 270ft, 450ft, and 270ft.

Williams Brothers Construction Company

Services Performed


  • Construction Load Analysis
  • Post-Tensioning Calculations
  • Development of Casting Curves
  • Falsework Design
  • Geometry Calculations
  • Shop Drawing Preparation

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