Hannibal Street Reopens with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
C&S provided design and construction support for the replacement of the Hannibal Street culvert over Meadow Brook in the City of Fulton. To celebrate the completion of the project and reopening of Hannibal Street, the city hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony. Attendees from the project team included City of Fulton Mayor Deana Michaels, DPW Commissioner CJ Smith, C&S Engineers, Lu Engineers, and W.D. Malone Trucking & Excavating, Inc.
An important component of the Hannibal Street corridor, this culvert serves as a key link between NYS Route 3 and the northwest section of the city. Hannibal Street provides the only access to dozens of businesses and local residences, and the Granby Elementary School. More than 7,500 vehicles a day use this street.
This project was funded by the NYS Bridge NY program. A new 10-foot-by-5-foot precast concrete box culvert was constructed with new asphalt paving and guide railing meeting current standards. Provisions for a future sidewalk were also accommodated with the culvert design. This new structure is expected to serve the Fulton community for the next 75 years.