SR 11 Bridge Replacement:
LONG was responsible for roadway construction plans for the replacement of the existing bridge on SR 11 over Apalachee River just north of Monroe, Georgia. With a project length of approximately 0.6 miles, the project had several historical and environmental resources to avoid during the design. The existing bridge, constructed in 1942, was replaced with a new offset bridge while maintaining two lanes of traffic and staged construction throughout the duration of the project. State Route 11 at this location is a rural two-lane roadway with 12′ travel lanes and rural shoulders.
See before and after images below: