This outstanding representative example of a continuous steel stringer bridge in Texas is noted for its lack of alteration and association with Depression era relief funds. The Historic Bridge Inventory notes that the Jensen Construction Company who built this bridge was a "local contractor" but a location of operation was not given. It is assumed to be a different company than the Jensen Construction Company of Des Moines, Iowa and Sand Springs, Oklahoma since this doesn't appear to meet the definition of a "local contractor."
The bridge has a three span continuous unit, plus one more steel stringer approach span that is not part of the continuous unit.
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