Replacement of the Cameron Street bridge in Prince George, BC, involved demolition of the existing timber Howe truss bridge superstructure, reconstruction of the existing pier caps, construction of new abutments and installation of a new 4 span, 187 m long, steel girder, two lane bridge. IDL Projects Inc. (IDL) engaged Allnorth to provide construction engineering services for the project.
Riding over this new bridge across the Nechacko river. It connects up with Carney St, 1st Ave, PG Pulp Mill Rd, and the Heritage River Trail
The Cameron Street Bridge is a two-lane, 208 metre (682 feet) long continuous steel girder bridge in Prince George, British Columbia. It crosses the Nechako River, connecting the city's downtown on the river's southern side, to the Hart, a residential area on the north side of the river.
The Cameron Street Bridge construction is well underway and the bridge will be open Aug. 15.
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Jun 11, 2007 · Prince George was a very different community when the four span, 183 metre long Cameron Street Bridge opened in 1931. It was never designed to accommodate heavy industrial traffic like loaded logging and chip trucks rumbling across it day and night. It’s testament to its sound construction it has performed as well as it has.
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May 30, 2012 - The City of Prince George offers a number of services year-round to preserve and improve quality of life for residents and visitors alike. City employees clear snow, collect garbage, operate parking f