Steel Salvaged from Rogers Bridge to Be Reused for Public Art

Steel Salvaged from Rogers Bridge to Be Reused for Public Art

​As work progresses on the redevelopment of the Rogers Bridge into a pedestrian bridge, 5 tons of steel from the bridge will be salvaged and recycled by neighboring communities. The steel will be donated to local artisans in Johns Creek and Duluth and transformed into public art, ensuring the lasting legacy of the historic bridge.

T&H’s Buford-based team (formerly DPE), provided project management, land surveying, transportation engineering, hydrology & hydraulics, utility coordination, and water main design for the overhaul of the bridge.Read more in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.