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U.S. 101: McCullough Bridge Rehabilitation (north section)

Project Completed

Region 3: Southwestern Oregon (North Bend, Coos)

​This five-year project (2013-18) will apply a cathodic protection treatment to the concrete at the north end of the bridge to protect it from corrosion. A similar project that addressed the south half of the bridge was completed in 2011.​​​​


Traffic Impact

​Most work will take place under the deck. A work enclosure will be used that may require intermittent sidewalk and shoulder closures.

Construction Impacts


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​Construction began in 2013 and is scheduled to continue until 2018.



​In August 2011, the Oregon Department of Transportation completed a four-year project that will protect the concrete arch sections on the southern half of the bridge from corrosion due to the harsh marine air. A process known as cathodic protection was applied to keep corrosion away from the concrete and the reinforcing steel inside. This work will significantly extend the life of the bridge.
The McCullough Bridge Rehabilitation (north section) project will apply the same treatment to the remainder of the bridge.
Construction on the five-year project began in October 2013.
McCullough Bridge project map


N/A | U.S. 101 (​Oregon Coast Highway, MP 233-234). Project is located at the north end of North Bend.

Cost and Funding

​Funding: $41,644,000.00 (Statewide Transportation Improvement Program)

Awarded construction contract amount: $22,926,007.50 (Bid let date: August 22, 2013)

Total project cost: $29,324,000.00 (estimate)


​Hamilton Construction Co. (Springfield, Oregon)



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Last Updated

3/19/2019 9:35 AM

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Related documents to this project
R3-McCulloughRehab-INFO.pdfProject information sheet (Dec. 30, 2013)
R3-McCulloughRehab-MAP.jpgMap of project area (Feb. 13, 2017)

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