Criser Road Bridge Work Delayed
25 September 2018 News
The Criser Road Bridge will now be opening to the public later than expected.
Multiple complications related to the weather and the environment have caused a delay of the project’s completion until October 26th. According to a release from Front Royal, a total of 17 working days were lost over the course of July and August due to rain; in addition to this, contractor Archer Western Construction has been forced to add an extra five work days to their schedule due to an unexpected rock removal on both sides of the creek. Town Manager Joe Waltz said that the town appreciates the public’s patience, and understands the inconvenience they have endured in the last few months.
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