American Society of Civil Engineers

Just the Right Balance

by Jack Haynes, P.E., (Vice President and Bridge Market Leader, RS&H in Jacksonville, Florida.), G. Alan Klevens, P.E., M.ASCE, (Principal, TranSystems in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.), Joseph J. Pullaro, P.E., M.ASCE, (Vice President, TranSystems in Paramus, New Jersey), and David T. Sweeney, P.E., (Senior Vice President for Transportation and Infrastructure, RS&H in Jacksonville, Florida.)

Civil Engineering—ASCE
, Vol. 81, No. 7, July 2011, pp. 58-63,84-85

     Purchase Subscription
     Permissions for Reuse  

Document type: Feature Article
Abstract: Engineers and historians could not let their concern for preservation deter them from also ensuring functionality and safety in rehabilitating the iconic Bridge of Lions, in St. Augustine, Florida-one of the nation’s oldest cities. For this historically important community the reopening of the revitalized bridge marks a victory that was nearly 30 years in the making.

ASCE Subject Headings:
Historic sites

Image Credits:  Root Photography (pg 58-59, Top),  RS&H (pg 59, Bottom),  RS&H (pg 60, 61, 62),  RS&H (pg 63, Top),  Transystems (pg 63, Bottom),  Root Photography (pg 84)