NW 87th Ave. Bridge over Miami Canal
This project includes the construction of a new four-lane, three-span bridge at this location. The proposed bridge is approximately 130 ft long. Foundation design proposed consists of 24-inch Square PSC piles. A total of 105 piles are proposed (6 test piles and 99 production piles). Our instrumentation Scope comprised of overall 210 sensors including Dynamic Strain Gauges, Static Strain Gauges, Accelerometers, and Temperature Sensors. The Life Cycle Monitoring of this bridge has begun in March 2018 and is still ongoing till date. Our technology helped the client bring down the overall production cost and timeline while enhancing the safety quotient of the crew.
Smart Structures performed 100% Dynamic testing using EDCs on all the piles. Their innovative state-of-the-art sensor technology helped us bring down the overall project cost and timelines while enhancing the safety quotient of the crew.Smart Structures worked to Furnish, Install, Monitor, Certify, and maintain the Instrumentation for the Bridge NW 87th Avenue from NW 74th Street to NW 103rd Street, Bridge No: 874026, Miami, Florida. Smart Structures performed 100% Dynamic testing using Embedded Sensors on all the piles.