McIntosh Perry gaining attention for Timmins bridge replacement
…the new bridge has to be raised 0.4 metres to meet Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code standards…
An upcoming McIntosh Perry bridge project in Timmins is getting some attention.
The City of Timmins is in the process of replacing the two-
The article delves deeper into the project and can be seen here: http://www.timminspress.com/2016/02/11/city-
Donaldson said replacing the bridge isn’t cut and dried. Since the bridge was constructed, code requirements have changed. She said now, the new bridge has to be raised 0.4 metres to meet Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code standards. Donaldson is recommending a pre-
City council recently voted to apply for federal funding to replace the aging structure.
Next steps include McIntosh Perry welcoming residents at an open house public meeting in March, to pass on knowledge, as well as receive information and feedback from local residents which will then be built into various aspects of the project.
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