Bridge Over Fossil Creek Waters

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Harsh winter floods severely damaged a footbridge across Fossil Creek that provides access to a popular hiking trail in the Santiago Oaks Regional Park of Orange County, California. The bridge was stripped of its protective railings and much of the original walkway, leaving a dangerous drop to the water below. Wright’s Irvine staff responded quickly by organizing an all-day service project to rebuild the bridge. Supplies were graciously donated by Ganahl Lumbar and approximately 50 man-hours were required to complete the project. Wade Stitcht, Wright’s project manager, organized the service activity. “It was fulfilling to play a key part in reopening a very popular trailhead that had been inaccessible because of damage to the bridge. We had several hikers stop to thank us for the work we were doing. They were really excited to have access to the trail!” he said. Ranger Ron, of the Santiago Oaks Regional Park expressed his appreciation to Wright Engineers: “From the staff and park visitors at Santiago Oaks Regional Park, a million thank yous.” It has been reported there are a few more park bridges out there in need of a little Wright TLC…

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