Meet the Architect

15th Anniversary of Liberty Bridge

Stacie Bartro
September 04, 2019 - 9:55 am

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Want to meet the man who designed downtown Greenville's Liberty Bridge?  You can, this Saturday from 9:30 to 11am in front of City Hall on South Main Street. 

Architect Miguel Rosales (photo below) will do a meet and greet celebrating the Bridge's 15th Anniversary, Mayor Knox White will also be present. 

The event is open to the public.  Rosales will pose for pictures and answer questions. 

Official Release from the City of Greenville:

Meet Liberty Bridge Architect Miguel Rosales

Liberty Bridge architect Miguel Rosales will be in Greenville this week to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Liberty Bridge.

During his visit, Rosales will participate in a variety of anniversary events, including an informal meet and greet with Mayor Knox White on Saturday, September 7 from 9:30 to 11 a.m. in front of City Hall (206 S Main St).

The event is open to the public and Rosales will be available to answer questions and pose for pictures.

Rosales is the president and principal designer of Rosales + Partners with over 30 years of experience as a leading bridge architect and designer for major infrastructure projects in the U.S. and abroad.

He is recognized internationally as an expert on bridge aesthetics and design.

In addition to the Liberty Bridge, Rosales’ past bridge projects include the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge over the Potomac River (Washington D.C.); the Moody Pedestrian Bridge (Austin, TX);

the Phyllis Tilley Memorial Pedestrian Bridge over the Trinity River (Fort Worth, TX); Puente Centenario over the Panama Canal (Panama) and the Christina and John Markey Memorial Pedestrian Bridge (Revere, MA).

His current projects include the Lakefront Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge (Cleveland, OH); the restoration of the historic Longfellow Bridge (Boston, MA);

the Trinity River Vision Bridges (Fort Worth, TX); the Frances Appleton Pedestrian Bridge (Boston, MA) and the North Washington Street Bridge replacement (Boston, MA).

City of Greenville


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