Chester County Bridge #207 Rehabilitation

The bridge, originally constructed in 1804, is reported to be the oldest stone arch bridge in Chester County.  The rehabilitation project as proposed by G&A did not alter the historic bridge in a manner that is inconsistent with the Secretary’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties.  G&A exercised extreme care in identifying repairs and rehabilitation techniques appropriate to a bridge structure of this type and age.  Design was driven by a context sensitive approach that retains the historic appearance and aesthetic of the original bridge while providing connectivity to the community and traveling public, and a stream crossing that is designed to carry modern vehicle loads and traffic volume.  G&A performed services including surveying, 3D LiDAR scanning and base mapping, waterway analysis and environmental studies, scour analysis and scour mitigation/protection, structural engineering, safety evaluation and design, roadway design, utility coordination and relocation, traffic control during construction, jurisdictional agency permitting, preparation of plans, specifications and bid documents, right-of-way research, right-of-way and construction easement preparation and legal descriptions.


McCormick Taylor

Pottstown, PA

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Roman Jastrzebski, P.E.
Senior Vice President