Cultural Resources Survey of the U.S. Route 278/Hollow Creek Bridge Replacement Project, Aiken County

Author(s): Wayne D. Roberts

Year: 2003


"The Department proposes to replace the existing 101 by 24-foot obsolete bridge with a modern reinforced concrete flat slab bridge 104 feet in length and having a 44-foot clear roadway width. The new bridge is expected to be supported on pre-stressed concrete pile foundations and cast in place concrete bent caps. The new· bridge will be constructed on the same vertical and horizontal alignment. The approach roadway section will be 28· feet of pavement with eight-foot grassed shoulders. Approach work will include the necessary embankments for shoulders to accommodate guardrail placement and for approach slabs and surfacing work to tie the new bridge to the existing roadway. A detour bridge will be constructed approximately 45 feet downstream of the existing alignment and traffic will be maintained during construction."

Cite this Record

Cultural Resources Survey of the U.S. Route 278/Hollow Creek Bridge Replacement Project, Aiken County. Wayne D. Roberts. Columbia, South Carolina: South Carolina Department of Transportation. 2003 ( tDAR id: 391479) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8J104F0

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Geographic Keywords
Aiken County

Spatial Coverage

min long: -82.043; min lat: 33.441 ; max long: -81.433; max lat: 33.73 ;


General Note: "No archaeological sites or manifestations were discovered as a result of the survey. One historic structure was identified in the project area. However, site 03-2726, the existing steel stringer bridge, is not eligible for the NRHP. No previously identified sites or NRHP properties will be affected by the project. There are no historic properties affected by this project. No additional investigations are recommended."

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