The Seventh Concession Bridge in St-Eugène, reopened to traffic on September 28, following a $1.5 million rebuild.

Seventh Concession Bridge reopened to traffic

The replacement of the Seventh Concession Bridge in St-Eugène has been completed it has been reopened. United Counties of Prescott-Russell Engineer Jérémie Bouchard told The Review that the replacement of the bridge went well and that it was completed on time. Excavation Loiselle won the $1.5 million bid to replace the bridge, which reopened on September 28.

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