Craigie Dam Bridge Project
The Craigie Dam Bridge consists of 9 sluice ways and was constructed in 1906. Project goals included replacing all damaged and deteriorated structural members along with the reconstruction of the bridge deck and the sidewalks. The pedestrian walkway on the southwest side of the bridge (adjacent to the Museum of Science) was widened to accommodate pedestrians and bicycles.
Craigie Drawbridge Project
The Craigie Drawbridge is a Twin Double-Leaf Bascule Bridge was originally constructed in 1910 and replaced in 1962. This project included the complete replacement of the bridge superstructure and bridge deck as well as all the machinery and electrical components. During construction temporary bridge structures were utilized to carry traffic.