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Magnolia Bridge Replacement Project Update

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Submitted by Deana Vickry, Legislative Asst. to Rep Clif Richardson

    The contractor has started on the east end of the bridge and is working toward the west. The bridge will have a total of 28 bents, which are concrete posts called piles that are driven into the ground with caps on top that help to support the bridge.

    Bent #26 and #27 have been completed and piles are currently being driven for bent #25.  They are also still working on installing the construction access road for the project.  The picture above shows a view of the construction of the access road.
    For questions or comments, contact DOTD’s Customer Service Center at 1-877-4LA-DOTD (1-877-452-3683) or e-mail customerservice@dotd.la.gov. The center is open 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. You can also visit the project’s Web page by going to www.dotd.govand clicking on "Projects" from the Programs & Projects section of the main menu on the left-hand side of the page and selecting the LA 64 Magnolia Bridge Replacement Project link.  You can also follow the La 64 Magnolia Bridge Replacement Project on Facebook. 
    Again, we thank you for your feedback and patience during this construction. Additionally, at your convenience, please let us know how we are doing by filling out our Customer Service Survey.

State Project Number: 262-31-0016
Start date: October 2010
Finish date: Fall 2012
Cost: $19.9 Million
Contractor: L & A Contracting Co. of Hattiesburg, MS

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