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Blum Creek Bridge

Fabricating stringer splice joint, Blum Creek Bridge.                    Installing stringers, 100' span Blum Creek Bridge, WA.

 

Blum Creek Stringer.Cleaning snow from Blum Creek Bridge before decking.

 

Decking Blum Creek Bridge.                    Blum Creek decking, milled from wester red cedar salvaged from site.

                

Engineer Al Highberger and grandson Bryce on Blum Creek Bridge.

 

Blum Creek Bridge in winter.

 

Bridle Crest Trail Bridge

Bridle Crest Bridge, King County Parks, WACompleted Bridle Crest Bridge.  This Sahale bridge was installed by King County World Conservation Corps.

 

Carkeek Bridge

Carkeek Bridge StringersRailing is installed on Carkeek Bridge

 

Sky inspects Carkeek Bridge

 

Centerline view of Carkeek BridgeRailing Detail on Carkeek Bridge

 

Oblique view of Carkeek Bridge

 

Deepwater Bridge

Deepwater Bridge pilesUnder deck view of Deepwater Bridge

 

Oblique view of Deepwater BridgeView of Deepwater Bridge from downstream

 

Al Highberger and centerline view of Deepwater Bridge

 

Deepwater Bridge final inspection

 

Maple Leaf Reach Bridges

Maple Leaf Reach stringers are installedMaple Leaf Reach guard rails are installed

 

Railing getting installed on Maple Leaf Reach

 

Oblique view of both Maple Leaf Reach BridgesMaple Leaf Bridge Centerline

 

Maple Leaf Bridge from Upstream

 

Pioneer Park Bridge

Pioneer Park Bridge with Steel DeckPioneer Park Bridge upon Completion

 

Redmond Bridge

Collin Creek Bridge:  Steel superstructure with concrete panel deck and cable railing system at Redmond Watershed Preserve, WA.

 

Taylor Creek Bridge

Taylor Creek Bridge:  Steel superstructure ready for decking and fascia. Finished Taylor Creek Bridge.

 

Elevation view of steel superstructure.Steel bridge with deck, fascia, and railing.

 

Members of King County World Conservation Corps assembling Taylor Creek Bridge.                    

 

Completed Taylor Creek Bridge.Railing, deck, and fascia on steel superstructure.

 

Tiger Mountain Bridge

Tiger Mountain Bridge with Cable Railing.  Photo Aaron NelsonTiger Mountain Bridge Under concrete deck. Photo by A.N.

 

Post Detail of Tiger Mountain Bridge.  Photo by A.N. End Cap Detail of Tiger Mountain Bridge.  Photo by A.N.

 

Complete Tiger Mountain Bridge.  Photo by A.N.