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ASCE SEI & DVGI Philly - Scudder Falls Bridge Replacement Project (1 PDH)

Tuesday, January 19, 2021, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
Lunchtime Webinar
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ASCE SEI/DVGI Joint Presentation

January 19, 2021Lunchtime Webinar (1 PDH):
Scudder Falls Bridge Replacement Project


Date & Time:

Thursday, January 19th, 2021

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM


Scudder Falls Bridge Replacement Project


Webinar – Link will be sent to registrants


$10 - General Admission

FREE - Students


CLICK HERE to Register Now!


The primary purpose of the Scudder Falls Bridge Project is to improve safety and provide congestion relief in the I-295 (formerly I-95) corridor between S.R. 0332 in Lower Makefield Township, Pennsylvania; and, Bear Tavern Road Exit 75 in Ewing Township, New Jersey. The Project consists of replacing the existing Scudder Falls bridge carrying I-295 over the Delaware River; reconstruction of the flanking I-295 and Taylorsville Road (PA) and Route 29 (NJ) interchanges; widening of approximately 2 miles of approach roadway in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey, including three (3) separate overpass structures carrying I-295 traffic, new noise barriers and ITS improvements. The new bridge consists of two crossing structures with three travel lanes in each direction, flanked by auxiliary lanes to accommodate traffic entering and exiting the highway form the adjacent interchanges; widened left shoulders for future Bus Rapid Transit considerations; and, a pedestrian/bicycle shared-use path contiguous to the upstream structure, which connects to the canal towpaths on either side of the river on separate approaches. Adjacent to the bridge, in Pennsylvania, is a new All Electronic Tolling (AET) facility consisting of a new operations building and overhead gantry to accommodate toll collection at prevailing highway speeds. The construction contract was awarded in January 2017 with substantial completion scheduled for December 2021 and Final completion in May 2022.


Kevin M. Skeels, P.E.

Kevin M. Skeels, P.E. is the Assistant Chief Engineer for the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission. In this role, he coordinates the planning and execution of the engineering activities associated with the design, construction and maintenance of bridges, highways and buildings; and, assists the Chief Engineer in the development and implementation of the Commission’s Capital Program to preserve, protect, manage and enhance the Commission’s asset base. Kevin has over 32 years of experience in highway and bridge design and construction industry, which includes previous employment at major national consulting engineering firms servicing both public and private sector clients in the planning, design and construction management of bridges, tunnels, highways, railroad and buildings infrastructure. He holds an A.A.S. from Westchester Community College in Valhalla, New York, and a B.S.C.E. from the Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Mr. Skeels is a member of the Civil Engineering Honor Society Chi Epsilon, and ASCE; and is a Registered Professional Engineer.


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January 2021