Replacing bridge beams on Canada Road in Clinton County


A Canada Road bridge rehabilitation project continues. The photo shows workers from The Righter Co., J Crane Inc. and Prestress Services Inc. replacing the bridge beams which are 60 feet long and weigh 26 tons each. Once the beams are in place, the bridge will be waterproofed and paved, and will reopen with upgraded guardrail, said Clinton County Deputy Engineer Adam J. Fricke. The bridge is located between Townsend Road and State Route 134 in Clark Township. The project is anticipated to wrap up in early August.

A Canada Road bridge rehabilitation project continues. The photo shows workers from The Righter Co., J Crane Inc. and Prestress Services Inc. replacing the bridge beams which are 60 feet long and weigh 26 tons each. Once the beams are in place, the bridge will be waterproofed and paved, and will reopen with upgraded guardrail, said Clinton County Deputy Engineer Adam J. Fricke. The bridge is located between Townsend Road and State Route 134 in Clark Township. The project is anticipated to wrap up in early August.


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A Canada Road bridge rehabilitation project continues. The photo shows workers from The Righter Co., J Crane Inc. and Prestress Services Inc. replacing the bridge beams which are 60 feet long and weigh 26 tons each. Once the beams are in place, the bridge will be waterproofed and paved, and will reopen with upgraded guardrail, said Clinton County Deputy Engineer Adam J. Fricke. The bridge is located between Townsend Road and State Route 134 in Clark Township. The project is anticipated to wrap up in early August.

A Canada Road bridge rehabilitation project continues. The photo shows workers from The Righter Co., J Crane Inc. and Prestress Services Inc. replacing the bridge beams which are 60 feet long and weigh 26 tons each. Once the beams are in place, the bridge will be waterproofed and paved, and will reopen with upgraded guardrail, said Clinton County Deputy Engineer Adam J. Fricke. The bridge is located between Townsend Road and State Route 134 in Clark Township. The project is anticipated to wrap up in early August.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/07/web1_bridge_c.jpgA Canada Road bridge rehabilitation project continues. The photo shows workers from The Righter Co., J Crane Inc. and Prestress Services Inc. replacing the bridge beams which are 60 feet long and weigh 26 tons each. Once the beams are in place, the bridge will be waterproofed and paved, and will reopen with upgraded guardrail, said Clinton County Deputy Engineer Adam J. Fricke. The bridge is located between Townsend Road and State Route 134 in Clark Township. The project is anticipated to wrap up in early August. Submitted photo