What's going on with the Mason Road bridge?
The Mason Road bridge project — a $190,000 endeavor, located just east of Patten Tract Road — is essentially completed and will be completed on time.
Erie County project engineer Matt Rogers provided the following answer:
The contractor started the Mason Road bridge (project) on May 8 and has until July 22 to complete the project. Ten weeks is a pretty typical timeframe for a replacement such as this one.
The contractor has been working four 10-hour days each weeks since work has begun with the exception of a few recent rain days.
The bridge work itself is essentially completed. Remaining work now consists of some minor drainage items, replacing the pavement, installing a guardrail and then site cleanup.
We don't currently see any reason why the contractor won't be able to finish the project on schedule.