The bridge design was based on providing a similar three-span arrangement over the canal and a 60' clearance. The bridge cross section included two 12-foot lanes with 8-foot shoulders, concrete barriers, and no provisions for sidewalks. Wing walls and slope protection were designed to accommodate the new bridge highway alignment and typical section. The bridge design elements were developed in accordance with the County’s thoroughfare road and bridge design procedures. R.J. Behar was responsible for all permit coordination on the project. Successful completion of the plans and specifications was achieved with a final score of 97 out of 100.