McGinley Kalsow & Associtates
  Historic Carriage Road Bridges

Acadia National Park, Maine
The National Park Service selected McGinley Kalsow & Associates to conduct a survey and evaluation of 29 historic stone arch and reinforced concrete bridges. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. built the 50 miles of carriage roads between 1916 and 1940 at Acadia National Park, Maine. Each bridge is a unique design statement in this dramatic landscape with outstanding vistas of the Maine coast. The firm's effort resulted in a comprehensive Historic Structures Report of the 29 bridges with plans to restore the bridges to their original condition and to establish a maintenance program to ensure their future preservation.

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