10th Avenue over Mississippi River

10th Avenue over the Mississippi River

10th 000

About the Bridge

The Tenth Avenue Bridge is a reinforced, concrete arch bridge in Minneapolis, MN that was originally completed in 1929. The bridge carries vehicular and pedestrian traffic across the Mississippi River.

The bridge went through extensive repairs from 2019 – 2021. The concrete deck was removed and replaced entirely, several spandrel caps and columns were replaced, various concrete repairs to arch ribs, pier columns, etc…

O.N.E. had a major role in the design and drawings for arch repairs, pier repairs, spandrel column and cap repairs/replacement and the YOWMEN setup.

Existing Conditions

The bridge in Koochiching County was laser scanned in-kind, disassembled, marked and tagged piece by piece, laser scanned again individually, then stored off-site.

During Construction

Bridge pieces were sandblasted and prepped off-site. New pieces were constructed as needed. The bridge was then assembled at the Stillwater, MN site off to the side of the road. It was hoisted into final position with two cranes.

Completed Project

The bridge sits in its final resting place over Manning Avenue on the Gateway Trail in Stillwater, MN.

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