Hutton Road Bridge

Oakland, Maryland

Originally constructed in 1928, the Hutton Road Bridge in Oakland, Maryland was nearing the end of its useful service life. Crossing the Youghiogheny River, the original bridge was set to have weight restrictions imposed for trucks carrying heavy loads, if a new bridge was not constructed. Garrett County decided it would be more cost effective to replace the bridge, rather than attempt repairs and enforce weight restrictions.  The new bridge was constructed directly next to the existing bridge to maintain the flow of traffic.  Once one side of the new bridge was finished, demolition started on the old bridge.  Working with the MDOT, NCS applied Tuscarora, which is one of our most popular Semi-Transparent standard finishes.  The bridge was then coated with our waterproof sealer to protect the bridge from the elements. The Hutton Road Bridge was completed in the Summer of 2022.






July 2022


Charles Merlo/MDSHA

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