Welcome to the Office of Bridge Development's Recognition Hall
In this area you will find a list of all of the Office of Bridge Development's award winning bridges. Included will be selected photographs of some of our latest award winners.
The Linden Lane Bridge over the Capitol Beltway in Montgomery County, Maryland was presented with an Award of Merit for Highway Grade Separation - 1964 by the American Institute of Steel Construction.
The Thomas Johnson Memorial Bridge on Maryland Route 4 over the Patuxent River in Calvert County, Maryland received two awards in 1978, an award of appreciation from the American Consulting Engineers Council, and an Innovative Excellence in Engineering Design award from Consulting Engineers Council of Maryland.
The Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge on Interstate 95 over the Potomac River on the Maryland, Washington DC and Virginia borders was presented with two awards from the Consulting Engineers Council, one for Engineering Excellence and the other for Innovative Engineering Excellence in 1984.
The Bohemia River Bridge on Maryland 213 over the Bohemia River in Cecil County, Maryland was awarded the 1988 Prestressed Concrete Institute's Excellence in Architectural and Engineering Design Award for using precast prestressed concrete.
The Severn River Bridge on US Rte. 50/301 over the Severn River in Anne Arundel County, Maryland was presented with two awards, one from the American Society of Civil Engineers as the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement in 1987 and one from the Federal Highway Administration - the 1988 Biennial Award for Excellence in Highway Design, First Place Cost Saving.
The bridge on Interstate 68 over Eastbound Interstate 97 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland was given the 1988 Excellence in Engineering Design award from the Consulting Engineers Council.
The Deal Island Bridge on Maryland 363 over the Upper Thorofare in Somerset County Maryland, was given an award from the American Concrete Institute in Recognition of Creative Use of Concrete - 1988.
The redecking of Dual Bridges on Interstate 83 over Gunpowder Falls in Baltimore County, Maryland was presented with Innovative Excellence in Engineering Design Award - 1985 from the Consulting Engineers Council.
The Choptank River Bridge (US Route 50 over the Choptank River) in Dorchester County, Maryland was presented with two awards one for Special Recognition for the Creative Use of Precast and Prestressed Concrete - 1987 from the Prestressed Concrete Institute and one from the Consulting Engineers Council for Innovative Excellence in Engineering Design - 1988.
The Corsica River Bridge on Maryland 304 crossing Corsica Creek in Queen Annes County, Maryland was given the 1986 Award of Excellence in the use of Concrete by the American Concrete Institute.