Deane Creek and Minnow Brook Creek Bridge Rehabilitations

The Miller County Route C bridge over Deane Creek, south of Brumley, and the Camden County Route D bridge over Minnow Brook Creek, southwest of Camdenton, were rehabilitated in 2020 and 2021. 

Both bridges are included in Gov. Mike Parson’s $351 million Focus on Bridges program, which will repair or replace 250 bridges across the state.

The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission awarded Lehman Construction the contract after submitting the low bid of $1,521,900.

 

Project Details

Cost: 
$1,521,900

Work Taking Place:
Crews replaced the decks of both bridges and will install guardrails.

Traffic Impact: 
Crews replaced the Deane Creek in 2020. Crews began work on the Minnow Brook Creek bridge in September, 2021. During its construction, the Minnow Brook Creek bridge will have one lane open to traffic and a temporary signal system controlling traffic flow. Signs and message boards will be in place to alert motorists of the closures.

Counties Impacted
Camden
Miller
Project Status
Completed

Project Milestones

Complete
Bid Awarded
October 2019

The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission approved a contract with Lehman Construction, which submitted the lowest bid of $1,521,900. 

Complete
Construction Begins on Deane Creek Bridge
June 2020
Complete
Deane Creek Bridge Completion
September 2020
Complete
Minnow Brook Creek Bridge Construction
September 7, 2021

One lane of the bridge is open to traffic and a temporary signal system will guide traffic flow. 

Complete
Minnow Brook Creek Bridge Completion
December 1, 2021

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