South Main Street Bridge
Summit County Engineers
The South Main Street Bridge Project was a two-year project involving the widening of South Main Street from two lanes to five lanes over Portage Lakes in Summit County. The main focus of this project was to construct a 600’ 10-span steel beam bridge supported by cast-in-place reinforced concrete piling over Portage Lakes that replaced a causeway and two smaller structures. Other parts of the project included full depth pavement reconstruction and widening from the two existing lanes up to the five proposed lanes along with asphalt resurfacing of S.R. 619. Curb and sidewalk was also added to South Main Street as well as improvements to the storm sewer system and the replacement of a box culvert across South Main Street. Kenmore Construction Co., Inc. would like to thank all of the employees involved with this job for their hard work in making this project a success.