road constructionFour bridges on Interstate 295 in the Fayetteville area will undergo preservation work this year, according to the N.C. Department of Transportation.
Crews will sandblast the concrete deck, then treat it with a silane sealant. The work will help keep the driving deck smooth, the release said.

The work will be performed on these bridges:

  • I-295 North and South spanning the Norfolk Southern Railroad and Carvers Creek.
  • I-295 South spanning Little Cross Creek.
  • The I-295 flyover ramp carrying traffic onto N.C. 210 North.

The work will not require detours, but the contractor will need to close one of two lanes on each bridge between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. Monday through Friday.

The N.C. Department of Transportation awarded a $340,000 contract to Truesdell Corp. of Tempe, Arizona, for the bridge work. Work will begin between April and July and last three months, the release said.

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