In this area you will find a list of all of the Office of Structures' award winning bridges. Included will be selected photographs of some of our latest award winners.
The Gunpowder Falls Bridge on Maryland Route 7 in Baltimore County, Maryland was presented with the 1989 Prize Bridge Award - Short Span from the American Institute of Steel Construction.
The Pocomoke River Bascule Bridge on Maryland Route 675 over the Pocomoke River in Worcester County, Maryland was presented with an award marking the rehabilitation of the bridge with Innovative Engineering Excellence - 1990 from the Consulting Engineers Council of Maryland.
The United States Naval Academy Bridge on Maryland Route 450 over the scenic Severn River in Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland has the distinction of being the only bridge to win seven awards in the State of Maryland. This bridge built in 1995 used a unique competition to come up with the design of the structure. The awards are the 1995 Presidential Design Award from the National Endowment for the Arts, the 1996 Prize Bridge Award - Medium Span from the National Steel Bridge Alliance and American Institution of Steel Contractors, Inc., the 1996 Biennial Awards - Award of Merit from the Federal Highway Administration, the 1995 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers, it was a national finalist in NQI Achievement Awards 1997, was presented the Innovative Excellence in Engineering Award from the Consulting Engineers Council and was a National Finalist for the Engineering Excellence Award from the American Consulting Engineers Council.
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