Wednesday, October 11, 2017
8 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. EDT
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Round Peg/Square Hole: Developing the Guidelines for RehabilitatingHistoric Covered Bridges”
Fifteen years in the making, the National Park Service publication, is one of the final deliverables that NPS Historic
American Engineering Record will produce for FHWA's National Covered Bridges Preservation Program. The initiative has
funded the rehabilitation of over 200 covered bridges nationwide since 2002, as well as educational and research
projects by both HAER and United States Department of Agriculture's Forest Products Laboratory. Once published, the
Guidelines will be a useful resource for educating engineers, State Historic Preservation Officers, Departments of
Transportation, bridge owners, preservationists, residents, and industrial archeologists, in preserving these historic
symbols of American engineering for future generations.
The Ohio Covered Bridge Fire Protection and Security Preservation Plan
An update on the development of ODOT's Statewide Planning and Research (SPR) program to install fire protection,
lighting and security components on Ohio's covered bridges.
A New Bridge Over Big Darby Creek - Balancing Environmental Impacts With Long-Term Cost Effectiveness
In replacing the existing one-lane, two-span, 105 year old structure over National Scenic Big Darby Creek, providing
Pickaway County with a cost-effective, low maintenance solution that improved safety remained a priority. The
presentation will summarize the project approach, engineering, environmental, and construction challenges, and lessons
learned in successful completion of the project.
Invited SpeakerHAER Architect at National Park Service
Invited SpeakerProgram Director at Woolpert
Invited SpeakerSenior Professional Partner at TranSystems Corp.
Invited SpeakerBridge Engineer at Woolpert
Invited SpeakerP.E., P.S., Chief Deputy County Engineer
Jerry Garrison, Jerry.Garrison@dot.ohio.gov