Experts share insights and images from behind the scenes of Indianapolis’s Central Avenue Bridge rehab at a talk at Indiana Landmarks Center
Since 2012, workers have been planning and implementing renovation of a c.1900 stone arch bridge spanning Fall Creek on Central Avenue, a character-defining feature of the city’s George Kessler-designed parks and boulevards system. During an illustrated talk at Indiana Landmarks Center, project engineer Katlyn Shergalis, a bridge project manager at Butler, Fairman, and Seufert, Inc., shares insights about the complexities of the rehabilitation design and lessons learned in rebuilding the bridge.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m., with a cash bar and light refreshments available; talk begins at 6 p.m.
The event is free for Indiana Landmarks members with RSVP and $5 for the general public.