The previous structure needed to be replaced due to poor structural condition. The headwall and wingwall were deteriorated, the scour and hydraulics were inadequate, and it was functionally obsolete due to insufficient clear roadway and lack of guardrail. The new structure includes a reinforced concrete, three-sided box with a span of 20-ft and a length of 88-ft. The structure is placed on a 30 degree skew and has a rise of 10-ft The structure is on spread footings that were keyed into rock. Class 2 riprap was placed to prevent the scour problems the previous structure encountered. The project resulted in 765-ft of newly constructed roadway and was widened due to the insufficient clear roadway and lack of guardrail. The new roadway consists of two lanes that are 12-ft wide with 7-ft shoulders. The project was constructed within the existing right-of-way and successfully completed in November 2016.