Sunday May 27th, 2018 11:38PM

GDOT to replace Six Mile Creek bridge in Forsyth County

By Brian Stewart Reporter

The Georgia Department of transportation will replace the Six Mile Creek bridge over Lake Lanier in Forsyth County, with the agency awarding an $11.2 million contract for the work.

The 0.6-mile bridge is on Ga. 369, and the original version was constructed in 1955, according to a press release from GDOT.

"No rehabilitation can be done to the substructure to improve the weight restriction and the bridge must be replaced," the release states.

GDOT announced a series of 23 contract awards on Wednesday, totaling more than $244 million.

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