Bridges, Pedestrian Bridges

Christina and John Markey Memorial Bridge

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The Revere Beach Bridge is a cable-stayed pedestrian bridge, intended to be an iconic public space as part of the Wonderland Transit-Oriented Development. It connects the Wonderland Station to the beach over Ocean Avenue. The concept and design intent was developed by Rosales and Partners with HNTB to 30% design. schlaich bergermann partner, partnered with AECOM and Suffolk Construction, won this competitively tendered fast-track Design-Build project.
The bridge consists of two canted masts in a V configuration with 6 front stays and 6 back stays for each mast. The masts stretch to 67 ft above sea-level, while the main bridge spans 107 ft. The deck is composed of two longitudinal main girders which are tapered along their length to maximize the bridge’s slender profile. The 12 ft wide bridge deck is composed of transverse beams and a composite concrete slab on metal deck.

Location
Revere, Massachusetts, USA
Architect
Rosales and Partners
Cooperation
AECOM, Suffolk Construction, Haley & Aldrich
Owner
Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority / City of Revere, Massachusetts
Partner
Michael Stein

Technical Data

Length
approx. 43 m (140 ft)
Main span
approx. 33 m (107 ft)
Back span
approx. 10 m (33 ft)
Height of masts
approx. 17 m (55 ft)
Width of superstructure
approx. 3.60 m (12 ft)
Surface
approx. 186 m² (2,000 sq ft) composite concrete deck

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