H&H served as engineer of record for the mechanical & electrical rehabilitation of the bridge. The firm also provided construction phase services and led the acceptance phase review for the rehabilitation of the Centreville Turnpike Bridge. The bridge reopened a week ahead of schedule after a six-month closure.
The rehabilitation included leaving the bridge in the open position to allow access and repair of mechanical and electrical systems, lead paint removal, bridge deck replacement, and other infrastructure improvements.
The bridge, a swing span built in 1955, carries the Centreville Turnpike over the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway. It is a vital link for commuters and visitors coming to and from Virginia Beach and the Outer Banks of North Carolina.