Construction crews have begun hanging the steel for the new Snake River Pathway Bridge parallel Wyoming Highway 22. That steel work is beginning on the eastern two spans of the four-span bridge. The first twelve of the twenty-one steel girders that make up the bridge’s structural section were delivered to the site in December. The contractor has constructed temporary mid-span supports, and a second crane has been brought in to hoist the 26-ton girders. The contractor began by moving the girders for the two eastern spans into place yesterday. Now, says Teton County Pathways Coordinator Brian Schilling, the project will actually begin to look more like a bridge. Completion of the project is anticipated in mid-summer.