FEDERAL AID PROJECT NO.
WOOLEY CREEK BRIDGE (2C-016)
Wooley Creek Bridge (Bridge 2C-016) was built in 1966 and is a 4 span, 406 ft. long by 24 ft. wide, two lane bridge. Bridge 2C-016 is located near Wooley Creek on the Salmon River (Salmon River Road M.P 3.77/Forest Highway 93-1) approximately 3 miles East of Somes Bar and 16 miles West of Forks of Salmon.
Bridge inspections have indicated the need for column repair to Pier 3 (Pier 2 on As-Built Plans). The deteriorated concrete and exposed reinforcing in Pier 3 was first documented in the 1970's Caltrans Bridge Inspection Reports and in the 1980's a corrugated metal shell was installed around the Pier column to prevent further deterioration. Currently, a portion of the corrugated metal shell is missing and could possibly be impacting the bridge integrity. For additional Bridge details refer to the attached Caltrans Bridge Inspection Report (Attachment E) and the Bridge As-Built Plans (Attachment F). This project will consist of an in-depth evaluation of the actual structure condition and appropriate considerations for repairs, rehabilitation and seismic retrofits for the overall bridge.