C.S. Davidson hosting ribbon cutting ceremony for Slate Hill Road Bridge

Cumberland & York County’s Slate Hill Road Bridge reopens 
after 15-month rehab
 
York, PA – May 26, 2022
 
WHEN:           Tuesday, May 31, 2022, 3:00 – 4:30 PM
WHAT:            C.S. Davidson is hosting the ribbon cutting ceremony for the reopening of the rehabilitated Slate Hill Road Bridge.
WHO:             Speakers include:

  • John Klinedinst, Chief Administrative Officer at C.S. Davidson
  • Commissioner Wheeler, York County
  • Commissioner Eichelberger, Cumberland County 
  • Logan Swartz, Project Manager at C.S. Davidson
WHERE:          Slate Hill Road Bridge on Slate Hill Road, between Valley and Limekiln Roads.
Parking is available at the York County Parking Lot, 1081 Limekiln Road, New Cumberland, PA 17070. 
Additional parking is available at the Cumberland County Parking Area, at the intersection of Slate Hill and Valley Roads.
BACKGROUND:
The historic Slate Hill Road Bridge connecting York and Cumberland counties is reopening after a $2.4 million rehabilitation completed by C.S. Davidson. The four span, stone masonry deck arch bridge 
 
 
 
over Yellow Breeches Creek was closed on February 25, 2021, due to poor structural conditions. C.S. Davidson collaborated with the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission and the Department of Environmental Protection to preserve the bridge's historical value and protect the environment during its rebuild.
 
About C.S. Davidson 
 
C.S. Davidson is a fully employee-owned civil engineering firm based in York, PA. Founded in 1923, the company has offices in York, Gettysburg, and Lancaster. C.S. Davidson provides bridge design and inspection services to deliver highly functional, cost-effective, and aesthetic bridge solutions that are environmentally sustainable.