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SH-33 Bridge over Cottonwood Creek

SH-33 Bridge
Guthrie, Oklahoma

The SH-33 Bridge project consisted of the removal of the existing viaduct bridge over the BNSF railroad and Cottonwood Creek. A new bridge, which was higher in elevation and longer, was constructed to help alleviate the highway being shut down due to flooding. This low-lying area was prone to major floods, which would cause the highway to be shut down.

The SH-33 Bridge project was a historic project for ODOT due to the history of the bridge. The bridge design included historic aesthetic references. This project was constructed one half at a time to keep traffic open, building the bridge and roadway for one side while traffic was maintained on the other.

The SH-33 Bridge project won the AOGC 2020 Pharoah Award, recognizing it as the top bridge construction in the state.

Road and Bridge Construction Services:

  • Bridge construction
  • Drilled shaft foundations
  • Pile driving
  • Earthwork
  • MSE walls
  • Cast-in-place retaining walls
  • Storm sewer installation
  • Curb and gutter installation