N.B. bridge to get a major facelift

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FREDERICTON, N.B. — Work is about to get under way on a $4.9 million bridge restoration project in Perth-Andover.

Moncton-based Callaghan Contracting won the contract, which will see a deck replacement, new sidewalks, structural repairs and a new paint job.

The asphalt deck will be the first to go, as work will begin immediately. Over the winter, work on the bridge will be halted, and continued in April 2002.

Supply and Services Minister Dale Graham says "I am very pleased this project is now under way. This bridge is a crucial link in the transportation infrastructure of Victoria County."

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