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demo_sangerville1.jpgThe Sangerville Bridge is a glulam girder bridge with a glulam deck. Both the girders and the deck utilize Maine-grown red maple. The deck consists of #2 and better red maple 2x6 graded using NELMA softwood standards. The 2400F girder layup was developed by the University of Maine using E-rated red maple laminations. Red maple is an abundant under-utilized wood species in New England. A design report is available from AEWC.

 

Specifications

  • Year Constructed: 1995
  • Length: 54 ft.
  • Width: 41 ft., 11 in
  • Design Live Load: HS25
  • Wood Species: Red Maple
  • FRP Tensile Strength: NA
  • FRP Tensile Modulus: NA
  • FRP Material Suppliers: NA

Sponsored by: Federal Highway Administration, Maine Department of Transportation

 

 
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