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caveman bridge Caveman Bridge REHABILITATION

BEGINS IN GRANTS PASS ODOT launched its $5.3 million rehabilitation project in Grants Pass last month with a stated goal to return Caveman Bridge to its original glory. The rehabilitation project is the first major upgrade of the Caveman Bridge since its construction in 1931. Designed by famed Oregon bridge designer Conde McCullough, the bridge is a critical link in Grants Pass, spanning the Rogue River.

Caveman Bridge serves as the gateway to the Redwood Empire of southwest Oregon and northern California. The historic gateway sign on the north side of the bridge will also undergo rehabilitation by the city of Grants Pass. Prime contractor HP Civil Inc. of Stayton has established a work area on the south end of the bridge as well as a work bridge under the 86-year-old historic structure. The work bridge provides access

October 6, 2017


Moving Ahead - Fall 2017  
Moving Ahead - Fall 2017  

Moving Ahead - Oregon Department of Transportation - Southwest Oregon - Fall 2017