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February 29, 2024

Gallia County

PROJECT COMPLETION: GALLIA COUNTY

The Adamsville Bridge is opened, and we have demobilized from the project. This was a tough project that required a lot of hard work by Foreman Jeff McGuire and the entire crew. The following people worked on the project: Jeff McGuire, Dannie Wilson, Brenton McGuire, Jeremy McGuire, Clay Slevin, Jordan Sullivan, Lee Sullivan, Butch Sullivan, Ben Sullivan, Robert Ward, JC Durham, Raleigh Evans, Austin White, Micheal King, Mark Chicoine, Damian Strawser, Pete Litter, Dwayne McVey, Jim Richmond, Bob Sharp, Mike Tackett, and Trevor Welch. Fall ’23.

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February 29, 2024

Hills Covered Bridge

PROJECT UPDATE: HILLS COVERED BRIDGE

The Hills Covered Bridge is nearly complete. The final demobilization, grading, and seeding & mulching is ongoing. The project will be complete in a another week. Foreman Brandon Lowery, Project Manager Chris Thompson, and the crew have done a great job in rehabilitating this bridge. The crew members shown in the photo are Randy Altman, Justin Adams, Brandon Lowery, Jeremy McGuire, and Rob Richmond. Other crew members that have helped this project include: Dakota Lowery, Matt Mitchell, Clay Slevin, Damian Strawser, Jordan Sullivan, Dannie Wilson, Mark Chicoine, Trevor Welch, and Mike Tackett. Fall ’23.

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February 29, 2024

Champions Bridge Replacement & Bank Stabilization

PROJECT UPDATE: CHAMPIONS BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

The Champions Bridge opened to pedestrian traffic beginning on the afternoon of 9/28/23. The Alum Creek Streambank Restoration portion of the project is progressing nicely. The crew consisting of Robert Ward, Justin Adams, Pete Litter, Matt Mitchell, Damian Strawser, and Foreman Mark Litter have been doing a great job on this project. Keep up the great work! Fall ’23.

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February 29, 2024

Historic Bridge Award for the Rehabilitation of the Lynchburg Covered Bridge

The Righter Company received a Historic Bridge Award for the Rehabilitation of the Lynchburg Covered Bridge.
Project Managers, Mike Killilea and Jacobi Schmalenberger, Estimator Bill Wyner, Project Foreman Brandon Lowery, and all of the helping hands in the field from Randy Altman, JC Durham, Jordan Sullivan, Rob Richmond, Shawn Ison, Brayden Ison, Josh Priest, Robert Ward, Pete Litter, Bobby Sharp, Butch Sullivan, Ben Sullivan, Justin Adams, and Clay Slevin.
Congratulations, guys! Much deserved award! Fall ’23.
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February 29, 2024

O.P. Chaney Grain Elevator

PROJECT COMPLETION: O.P. CHANEY GRAIN ELEVATOR

The historic grain elevator in Canal Winchester, OH recently finished up the roofing portion of work. The previous roof was installed in the 1960’s and needed a replacement. Righter Company teamed up with Accurate Roofing, Inc. to give the building a new standing seam metal roof. Brandon Lowery is the project foreman and Jacobi Schmalenberger is the project manager. Summer ’23.

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February 29, 2024

Gallia County

PROJECT UPDATE: GALLIA COUNTY

The first phase of the deck pour has been completed. The crew for the bridge consists of Foreman – Jeff McGuire, Butch Sullivan, Ben Sullivan, Jeremy McGuire, Brenton McGuire, Lee Sullivan, Jordan Sullivan, JC Durham, and Robert Ward. Stay tuned for more updates! Summer ’23.

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February 29, 2024

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The Righter Company’s Mark Litter (Project Foreman) captured some footage of Operator, Justin Adams, driving piling for the falsework of the bridge. In the video you can see laborers, Pete Litter and Matt Mitchell, as well as Dannie Wilson, operating in the background. Summer ’23.

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February 29, 2024

Turnberry Golf Course – Emergency Bridge Repairs

PROJECT: TURNBERRY GOLF COURSE – EMERGENCY BRIDGE REPAIRS

The Righter Company, Inc. was contacted by the City of Columbus to repair damages at Turnberry Golf Course. Their bridge that accesses the golf course had the abutments partially washed out causing the structure to shift. Work included driving piling next the existing super structure, installing a header beam at either end of the bridge, and setting the bridge on the piling. Rock channel protection was also installed for additional protection and prevent future washout. Mark Litter was the onsite foreman with help from Robert Ward, Pete Litter, Justin Adams, and Matt Mitchell. Jacobi Schmalenberger was the project manager. Summer ’23.

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