In early Dec 2009 residents of mcfarland were asked about repairs needed to the Sherwood overpass. about a week after the news was reported work began. I was in aww when it started then I wondered if there were any bids on the repairs needed. and if so which companies put there bids in. and who were or was the inspector or inspectors that approved the work that needed to be done. I walked or drove by at least two or three times daily. then I noticed that I never saw a inspector or a team of land survaiors for this job. nor did i see any try pods with the high tech. equitment. and such. Then what really caught my attention was when the cement was being poured. the wood was there for the forms but I never saw any rebar or wire mesh, was this a new type of cement that would flex if there was a quake. if so wow what a price tag. It looks good but is it really safer then it was ? it might be if there was a good compaction done If am not mistaken I think It supposed to be at 95 % or something to that nature. It sure did rain alot while the job was being done. I guess ill just use the county walking bridge. I can just step over the broken glass and human feces. as always or just go to the perkins overpass at least the west side of it is looking good. just meinmcfarland.
$herwood ave. overpa$$
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