Flintstone Creek Bridge


  • Survey
  • Easement Right-of-Way Plans
  • Base Mapping
  • Courthouse Research
  • Utility Coordination
  • Hydrology and Hydraulics
  • Drainage Design
  • Permitting
  • Preliminary and Final Design of Replacement Bridge
  • Preliminary and Final Design Roadway/Highway
  • Rehabilitation
  • Safety improvements
  • Traffic Control
  • Erosion Control/NPDES Permitting


Southampton Township, Bedford County

Project Details

This project involved the replacement of an existing bridge carrying Flintstone Creek Road over Flintstone Creek. The old single lane, two-span bridge was replaced with a two-lane, single span prestressed concrete spread box beam bridge. Constructed in approximately the same location as the old bridge, the new structure is 50.05’ in length and has a clear span of 46.95’ along the bridge centerline.  The bridge lies on a 75-degree skew creating a normal clear span of 45.35’. A temporary roadway was used during construction to maintain traffic around the work zone.

Additionally, 405’-0” of approach roadway work was associated with this project.  The approach roadways are 18’-0” wide including 2’-0” effective shoulders on each side.



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