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Greenville Bridge

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West Approach

Photo taken by David Backlin in April 2009

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BH Photo #140460

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Overview
Cable-stayed bridge over Mississippi River on US 82
Location
Chicot County, Arkansas, and Washington County, Mississippi
Status
Opened August 4, 2010
History
Built 2010
Builders
- Austin Bridge & Road of Austin, Texas (Arkansas Approach)
- Hill Brothers Construction Co. of Falkner, Mississippi (Mississippi Approach)
- Howard, Needles, Tammen & Bergendoff Corporation of Kansas City, Kansas (Designer)
- Jensen Construction Co. of Des Moines, Iowa & Sand Springs, Oklahoma (Formerly of Kimbalton, Iowa) (Mississippi Approach)
- Massman Construction Co. of Kansas City, Missouri (Main Span)
- Traylor Brothers Inc. of Evansville, Indiana (Main Span)
Design
Cable-stayed
Dimensions
Length of largest span: 1,378.0 ft.
Total length: 13,568.0 ft. (2.6 mi.)
Deck width: 80.0 ft.
Also called
New Greenville Bridge
Approximate latitude, longitude
+33.28448, -91.15748   (decimal degrees)
33°17'04" N, 91°09'27" W   (degrees°minutes'seconds")
Approximate UTM coordinates
15/671577/3684338 (zone/easting/northing)
Quadrangle map:
Red Leaf
Inventory numbers
AHTD 7100 (Arkansas Highway and Transportation Dept. bridge number)
BH 42336 (Bridgehunter.com ID)
Inspection (as of 07/2014)
Deck condition rating: Very Good (8 out of 9)
Superstructure condition rating: Good (7 out of 9)
Substructure condition rating: Satisfactory (6 out of 9)
Sufficiency rating: 70.0 (out of 100)
Average daily traffic (as of 2013)
7,000

Update Log 

  • September 15, 2016: New Street View added by Dana and Kay Klein
  • April 23, 2016: New photo from Irma Hale
  • July 20, 2014: New Street View added by Ralph Demars
  • July 20, 2014: Updated by Brad Smith: Added US 278
  • October 8, 2013: Updated by Luke Harden: Corrected a builder
  • July 6, 2013: New photos from M. D. Caillet
  • March 1, 2011: New Street View added by J.P.
  • August 7, 2010: Updated by David Backlin: Bridge is now open
  • August 3, 2010: New photo from David Backlin
  • February 26, 2010: Updated by David Backlin: Updated status (to open July 2010)
  • December 9, 2009: Updated by David Backlin: Scheduled to open Summer 2010
  • May 20, 2009: New photos from David Backlin
  • May 1, 2009: Updated by David Backlin: Added contractors
  • April 13, 2009: Added by David Backlin

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Comments 

Greenville Bridge
Posted March 31, 2017, by Brad Smith (gaberdine [at] hotmail [dot] com)

In 2017 You still come off the bridge eastbound and have to make a curve that is generously allotted 35 MPH back into the old road. The straight direction would go to a Greenville freeway bypass that has some dirt work done and little more.

Greenville Bridge
Posted June 23, 2016, by Ricky French (rickyfrench [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Does anyone know how tall the columns are that hold the cables in place. i.e. distance from the roadbed to the flashing light on top?

Greenville Bridge
Posted October 8, 2013, by Robert L. Berry (yrrebbob [at] aol [dot] com)

I don't know if I have done it right, but I tried to enclose a great picture of the new Greenvillle,MS bridge that crosses the Mississippi river into Arkansas. I hope it downloads for you and that you can use it.

Greenville Bridge
Posted March 17, 2010, by Mike Caulfield (mcaulfield [at] hntb [dot] com)

Great work on this site. I noticed that the contractors who built the new Greenville Bridge were listed as Traylor Brothers alone. It actually was:

1) Massman/Traylor a Joint Venture built the three span cable stayed portion.

2) Hill Brothers and Jensen Construction built the Mississippi Approach.

3) Austin Bridge & Road built the Arkansas Approach

Greenville Bridge
Posted June 4, 2009, by Michael Rhodes (bridgebuilderus [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The main span of this bridge was built by "Massman-Traylor, a joint venture", the Arkansas approach built by "Austin Bridge Co.", and the Mississippi approach was built by "Hill Brothers (dirt work)" and "Jansen Construction (bridge work)". I was an engineer on the main span.

Mike Rhodes