The Woodlawn Bridge is located on Cheapside Road as it meets Lakeshore Road and the North shore of Lake Erie. Erected in 1929, this rare two-span pony truss bridge was in poor shape, and no longer able to support essential traffic loads, including water trucks and emergency response fire engines. In order to prevent the demolition and replacement of this historic structure, our rehabilitation design included sandblasting, re-coating, and reinforcing the 84-year-old steel trusses and rehabilitating the abutments and piers. Our design successfully allowed for the single-lane bridge to remain in place, and for the load limit to be increased to permit water trucks and fire engines to travel over Sandusk Creek safely.