Reconstruction of Mich. bridge captured in time-lapse

Screen shot from video.Screen shot from video.

The time lapse video below shows the reconstruction of the Opdyke Road bridge over the Clinton River in Oakland County, Michigan. The bridge project was part of a larger project to revamp Opdyke Road between Auburn Road and Perry Street in the cities of Auburn Hills and Pontiac that cost more than $7.2 million.

Work on the project began on June 18, 2018 and concluded on December 14, 2018. The project included replacing the bridge, resurfacing Opdyke Road, adding a sidewalk with ADA-compliant ramps and bus stops, water main work, and repairs to the Galloway Creek box culvert.

The bridge project cost more than $3 million, with $2,754,800 coming from the local bridge program, $6,750 coming from the City of Pontiac, $4,720 coming from the City of Auburn Hills, and $689,180 coming from the Road Commission for Oakland County.