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Conrad Lundy Wind River Bridge

The Conrad Lundy bridge is a few hundred feet from the boundary of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, home to several threatened species of fish in the river below and to the Northern Spotted Owl. The bridge crosses the Wind River, a scenic river popular with white water rafters and kayakers. While beautiful, the location meant that there was no existing access to the bottom of the bridge's support tower at river level, 260' below the bridge deck. Equipment, materials, and workers had to be lowered from above. The structure was abrasive blasted to near white metal cleanliness and coated with a three-coat moisture-cured urethane system. Blasting and painting was done in full containment within a single work season.

Skamania County, WA
Project Owner: 
Skamania County Department of Public Works
Prime Contractor: 
Intech Contracting
Contract Value: 
$4.8 million
Bridge Painting

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