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The Crowley Island BridgeThe Crowley Island Bridge is a glulam-girder/glulam-deck project. It consists of four 48' spans. Its superstructure is made from penta-treated Southern Pine glulams, while its substructure consists of CCA-treated hemlock cribs filled with stones. It was constructed by a local crew of three.

 

   

 

Specifications

  • Year Constructed: 1995
  • Length: 192 ft.
  • Width: 16 ft.
  • Design Live Load: HS25
  • Wood Species: Southern Pine Glulams, Hemlock
  • FRP Tensile Strength: NA
  • FRP Tensile Modulus: NA
  • FRP Material Suppliers: NA

Sponsored by: local funding (private firm)


   

 
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