This project included construction of a new 476-foot, four-lane bridge, abandonment of the existing bridge, reconstruction of 2,000 feet of roadway, including widening, installation of new drainage facilities and modification of grades. The new bridge's design combines practicality with "architectural ancillaries." These architectural details, which exemplify some of Windham's history, include arched weathering steel, simulated stone masonry finishes, decorative light standards, a metal bridge rail, precast concrete thread spools and four bronze frog statues.