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Pudding River (Whiskey Hill Road) Bridge Replacement

Project description: The old two-lane bridge was built in 1931 and reached the end of its functional life. While not at risk of collapsing, it was very narrow and because of the horizontally-curved alignment had poor sight distance. Because of these factors, the old bridge was the site of numerous accidents over the years. This project replaced the old bridge with a new bridge that meets or exceeds current and much safer design standards.

Updated: 8/17/17

Status: Bridge is open to traffic! Some landscaping to occur in September or October

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Contact: Stan Monte, Project Manager, stanmon@clackamas.us, 503-742-4678

Consultant: David Evans & Associates Inc.

Contractor: Farline Bridge, Inc.

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Project exhibits: Click on image to see a larger version

New bridge picture!
New bridge picture!

Placement of rebar cage in drilled shaft foundation
Placement of rebar cage in drilled shaft foundation

Deconstruction of old bridge
Deconstruction of old bridge

Construction of temporary work bridge
Construction of temporary work bridge

New bridge alignment
New bridge alignment

New bridge plan and elevation
New bridge plan and elevation

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