3. Bair’s Mill Road Bridge

This project involved the removal and relocation of the existing York County Bridge No. 64 structure to allow for construction of a new two-span, prestressed concrete spread box beam bridge with cast-in-place wingwalls.  The new structure required intricate design and construction methods in order to create the super-elevated radius to accommodate the roadway approaches at each end.  There was a very limited work area on this site, as construction took place adjacent to an existing mill building.  Form liners were used to achieve the necessary decorative architectural treatment to blend the new bridge in with its natural surroundings.

Additional Info

  • Client: York County Commissioners
  • Project Name: Bair’s Mill Road Bridge
  • Location: Hellam Township, York County, PA
  • Contact: Jason Chesla (717) 846-4805
  • Start Date: November 2010
  • Completion Date: August 2011
  • Construction Costs: $1,041,300
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