Fauquier and Loudoun Counties, Virginia
This project involved the design repair of the Goose Creek Bridge. The bridge had become deteriorated due to the effects of nature and the natural decomposition of the materials used in construction.
The Goose Creek Bridge is an historic four-arch stone bridge that was built between 1803 and 1805 across Goose Creek. The bridge is on the Virginia Landmarks register and is the site of a variety of historical activities including civil war reenactments. The bridge is one of the few four-arch stone bridges still standing in the nation and has been under the custodianship of the Fauquier and Loudoun Garden Club, who obtained an ISTEA grant for preservation of the bridge.
Bridge Design, Construction Management