MBP’s initial task included providing a parametric, AACE International Class 4 estimate with updates to the project team as the design developed. The design team was preparing bridging documents which was utilized in the procurement of a design-build firm to complete the project. After the design-build team was selected, MBP was retained, as part of the original engineering team, to provide cost and schedule support to NAVFAC as design and construction progressed. The project consisted of three separate tasks. The first task included the construction of a new, four-lane, rotating draw bridge to replace the existing bridge which was constructed in the 1950s and was in need of significant structural repair and then further damaged by Hurricane Florence. The new bridge was constructed adjacent to the existing bridge with new access and abutments and all new mechanical equipment to operate the bridge. The existing bridge was abandoned and removed. The second and third tasks included the replacement of the Queens Creek Trestle Bridge and the White Oak River Trestle Bridge. The bridges accommodate the rail transport of heavy military freight, equipment, and supplies between MCB Camp Lejeune and MCAS Cherry Point.