Junction Place Bridge at Goose Creek

Boulder, Colorado

Tsiouvaras Simmons Holderness recently completed the City funded Junction Place Bridge over Goose Creek project along a new urban collector Junction Place in Boulder, Colorado. The 75-foot single span rigid frame bridge across Goose Creek connects the Boulder Junction area to the Steel Yards Development north of Goose Creek to create a transportation corridor for various modes of transportation including: automobile, pedestrian, bicycle and transit.

The sleek, variable depth, curved and skewed, cast-in-place concrete slab girder bridge incorporates significant architectural enhancements including: integrated bridge and pedestrian railing featuring LED lighting, continuation of adjacent pavement scoring across bridge deck, paver patterns embedded in sidewalk, public art incorporation, and custom designed concrete form liner. The project also included nose modifications to an existing box culvert, custom form-lined retaining walls with sharply curved overlooks, multi-use path connections from Junction Place to the Goose Creek Path, site grading for a pocket park, landscaping and urban design.

  • Variable depth, rigid frame, curved and skewed, cast-in-place concrete slab girder bridge
  • Significant architectural enhancements