Hurdman Bridge

A Bridge with History

Client: Tomlinson
Unique Details: In 1841 the Hurdman brothers started a family lumber business, the largest timber operations in Quebec. For easy access to connect their storage and lumber they built a bridge. This bridge was also used by travellers to cross the Rideau River. In time it was replaced by a new bridge in 1955. An even newer bridge has now been constructed and Priestly was called in to remove the older bridge. The biggest challenge we faced was the busy traffic and working over water making sure none of the debris fell into the river.

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