GBI’s Loutsis Creek project featured in Seattle Times

Loutsis Creek Fish Passage Duvall WA

Goodfellow Bros has completed a unique WSDOT project called Loutsis Creek Fish Passage, located on State Route 203 in Duvall, WA. This bridge project was the first of its kind on the west coast, using fiberglass arch tubes that were placed and filled with concrete.

Soon, Steelhead, Coho and other fish will get to enjoy more swimming room. This innovation is part of the state’s long-term effort to eliminate the blocking of fish species by opening up hundreds of streams.

GBI and its subs worked around the clock and we are proud to announce that the road closure was completed ahead of schedule in just 34 days!

This project was featured in the Seattle Times: WSDOT tries a ‘bridge-in-a-backpack’ in Duvall as an innovative way to replace fish-blocking culverts

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