Spring 2019 Senior Design Project Proposal

Spring 2019 Senior Design Project Proposal 



The Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) is planning to remove and replace the southbound bridge of Highway 30 over the Loup River, on the southern edge of Columbus, NE. The bridge is considered an historic bridge and will be preserved by converting a portion of the structure to a pedestrian bridge at a local park. The replacement bridge may be located to the east, to the west, or remain in the same location as the original bridge. There is a box culvert viaduct that allows traffic to pass underneath the bridge that must be replaced. During construction, the Loup River crossing must remain open to traffic and the nearby memorial park must remain accessible to cars and pedestrians.


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– Name, logo, org chart, background. Why should client choose your proposed designs? Task Progress –Status updates on all tasks. Include a schedule for completion for each task. FINAL DESIGN – Must be complete by 04/19/2018 PROJECT MANAGEMENT Task 001 — Project Management. Overall program management. • Keep the group on task. • Combine the information from the task leads into one report. It is the project manager’s responsibility to create a single, cohesive, well-formatted report document. • Organize all figures and appendices. • Midterm schedule to complete Senior Design Tasks • Final construction schedule • Midterm and Final Cost estimates • Submit all documents to Canvas • Run the progress meetings. Create meeting agendas. • Describe how the project is sustainable

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