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SR 433 - Lewis & Clark Bride Painter - Project Photos

Phase 2 and Phase 3 project photos
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Phase 2 - Containment area

Phase 2 - Containment areas on bridge piers

Phase 3 - Rust and corrosion on superstructure

Phase 3 - Rust and corrosion on superstructure

The Lewis and Clark Bridge is the only crossing from Washington to Oregon between Astoria and Portland and serves as a vital connection for Oregon and Washington commuters and trucking commerce.

The bridge was last painted in 1984, and over the years the paint was wearing off, allowing moisture to corrode and rust the exposed steel.
This three-phase project will clean and paint the steel members of the SR 433 Lewis and Clark Bridge to help preserve and prolong the life of the bridge.