9/16/19: Due to the heavy rains and flooding, the Logan Street Bridge over White River will not be completed this year as originally planned. The bridge is currently under lane restrictions, but provides an open lane of travel in each direction.
Construction will continue through December, when it will temporarily halt until the spring when temperatures rise high enough to safely finish out the bridge work. The new expected completion date for this project is May 2020.
When construction is demobilized for the winter months, the northbound lane of SR-19, which has been closed since construction began, will re-open to motorists and will remain open the remainder of construction.
This is a joint project between Hamilton County and the City of Noblesville. The existing bridge will be rehabilitated and widened to provide pedestrian connectivity between downtown Noblesville, River Walk, and Federal Hill Park.
The existing bridge will be rehabilitated and widened. A pedestrian path will be added to south side of the roadway and separated from vehicular traffic by bridge railing. The existing bridge railing will be replaced with railing to closely match the proposed railing along River Walk in Noblesville. Decorative lighting will be installed along the bridge and pedestrian path.
Design Firm: Butler, Fairman, & Seufert
Inspection Firm:Butler, Fairman, & Seufert
Contractor: ICC Group (construction); R&M Electric (lighting)
Construction Start Date: October 1, 2018
Construction Completion: May 2020
Construction Cost: $4,500,000est.
Funding Design and construction costs will be funded locally. Construction costs will be split between the City of Noblesville and Hamilton County.