Stuyvesant Falls Bridge
The Stuyvesant Falls Bridge was built in 1899 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Company. This 202-foot span bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites. However, the bridge had been closed to traffic due to severe deterioration of the trusses, floor beams, and stringers. We were selected by Columbia County to perform an in-depth structural inspection and evaluation of the historical steel curved-chord, Pratt-truss bridge. From the evaluation, we developed rehabilitation plans to bring the load capacity of the trusses and floor beams to HS-20 standards.