From this perspective, the construction will be phased inclusive of Phase 1 and Phase 2 efforts. The efforts of Phase 1 are inclusive of eight 4m drilling with deeper shafts by using the method of oscillator resulting in the enhancement of height of the bridge tower above the road below. This will be the phase in which mechanical installation and listing of components of system electrical will be done in order to approach the span of construction and the lift span construction offsite. For this to be done, the members of the crew will have to work for 24 hours throughout the phase 1 process.
The next construction phase will be planned during the weekend closure spans. The second stage will then be started allowing the maritime traffic closure over the channel at least for 15 days during the span of life being travelling. The current bascule leaves bridge will constitute of having de-construction and the removal. The second stage will also constitute to test and analyse every step with respect to the completion of the project.
The last phase which is the Phase 3 will be constituted of reviewing if all the phases have correctly aligned and whether there is a chance to modify the risks if any present. The completion of the foot over bridge will require a span of 12 months. It will be important to consider here that the support for the pedestrian foot over bridge’s arch will be dependent upon the strength and combination of the metals used. The design and implementation review at each stage of separate phases will be done in order to make sure that no errors or risks exist in the project.
This pedestrian food bridge is planned at Highway No 9 near Avalon drive at Thornton. The pedestrians are facing problems at Highway No 9 and therefore this plan is recommended to construct there. The site is at the perfect location as this connects the New England highway.