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I-5 - Nisqually River Bridges - Bridge Painting - Complete April 2014

Project Status - Complete
Nisqually River Bridges on I-5 getting painted.

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Nisqually River Bridges re-painted

Newly re-painted I-5 Nisqually River Bridges.

Nisqually River Bridge during re-painting.

During the project, the old lead-based paint and rust was removed off of the steel structure before applying the new paint. During this process, containment measures, were put into place to keep construction material out of the environment.

Overview
This project cleaned and painted the steel framework of both Nisqually River bridges on I-5 in Thurston county. The fresh coat of paint will help prevent future corrosion to the steel, preserve the bridges' structural integrity, and prolong the life of the bridges.

How You Benefit
Cross GlyphImproves Safety
This project helps prevent future corrosion and preserves the bridges' structural integrity
Leaf Glyph Protects Environment
All work to remove the existing paint and apply new paint was done under full containment to protect the environment.
Dollar Sign Glyph Economic Incentive
The Nisqually River Bridges over the Nisqually River serves as a vital Interstate 5 transportation connection for western Washington. This project will allow the bridges to continue to handle commuter and freight traffic in the future.

Partnerships & Cooperation

Funding

Financial Data for PIN 300522C
Funding Source Amount ($ in thousands)
2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding) $0
2005 Gas Tax (TPA) $0
Pre-Existing Funds (PEF) $5,619
Total $5,619

Contact Us
Kim Mueller
WSDOT Project Engineer
253-365-6750

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