I received a request from an engineer at Lochner, the civil engineering firm involved with plans to upgrade the bridge just south of the Brownshill/Berry Hill intersection with Saxonburg to share the following notice:
Plans Available for
PennDOT Bridge Reconstruction Project on Saxonburg Blvd
Location: O’Hara Township Building, 325 Fox Chapel Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15238
Dates: July 21 to August 22, 2014
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will make plans available for a bridge reconstruction project located on Saxonburg Blvd. The plans, detour map and contact information of project officials will be left unmanned in the O’Hara Township Municipal Building and will be available for the public from Monday, July 21, 2014 to Friday, August 22.
The construction of the new bridge will begin in 2015 and will require a detour until the project is finished. The detour uses SR 1010 (Harts Run Rd) and Pennsylvania Route 8 and is approximately 11 miles long.
Feel free to contact John Zelesnak, PE PennDOT Project Manager (412-250-4282) with any questions regarding this information.
The O’Hara Township Building is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Persons requiring special assistance to review the plans should contact the municipal building.
And here’s a map of the proposed detour: