During the September 2013 flood even, the bridge on Logan Mill Road over Fourmile Creek was heavily damaged (photo below) as flood waters rushed downstream. After waters receded, a temporary culvert system was put in place to allow for access up Logan Mill Road off of Fourmile Canyon Drive (photo below).
Construction of the new bridge is underway.
The new bridge will be built south (downhill) of the current culverts that are used to access Logan Mill Road from Fourmile Canyon Drive. At least one-lane of Logan Mill will be available at all times in order to provide residential access to the homes in the area. There may be occasions when there are delays on Logan Mill, but we’ll do our best to keep those delays short (less than 15-minutes). Single-lane closures on Fourmile Canyon Drive will also be required from time-to-time in order to work on the bridge abutment and install the girders.
- Working Hours = 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
- Saturdays only when there is critical, time-sensitive work to complete like concrete pours
- Travel Impacts
- Expect delays of up-to 15-minutes entering and exiting Logan Mill from Fourmile Canyon Drive
- Expect delays of up-to 15-minutes on Fourmile Canyon Drive through the construction zone
- Bus Stops
- Climb has moved approximately 300-feet uphill
- BVSD will continue to stop in the vicinity
- Emergency Access
- Access for first responders will be maintained at all times. The culvert at Logan Mill will remain large enough to accommodate the Fire Departments largest truck
- 100% Complete Plan Set – Broken down due to large file size
- Pages 1 to 20 – Title, Symbols, Notes, Quantities, Tabulations, Survey Control, Typicals
- Pages 21 to 32 – Removals, Tree Inventory, Roadway Plans, Profiles, Signage/Striping details, Fire Access
- Pages 33 to 63 – Drainage information, Layout, Bridge Details
- Pages 64 to 96 – Approaches, Retaining Walls, Construction Phasing (suggested), SWMP, Cross Sections
- 90% Complete Plan Set
- 60% Complete Plan Set
- Andrew Barth – Communications – email or 303-441-1032
- Mohammed Said – Project Engineer – email or 303-441-1571
The photo below shows the flood damaged bridge.
The photo below shows the temporary culverts currently in place.