Charles G. Huber

of Seattle, Washington
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This bridge builder was one of the companies that constructed patented Luten arch bridges in the early 20th Century. His works can be found in Washington State and Oregon.

The company likely ceased to be known by this name in 1919: The May 15, 1919 Engineering News Record Noted: The Union Bridge and Iron Co., Seattle and Portland, has been incorporated by Charles G. Huber, specialist in the design and construction of Luten design bridges, and George A. Sears, formerly of the Coast Bridge Co., Portland, Ore.


Anderson Road Bridge (Adams County, Washington)
Built 1915
Concrete arch bridge over a dry wash on Anderson Road
Open to traffic

Batum Road Bridge (Adams County, Washington)
Builder, 1914
Concrete arch bridge over Rocky Coulee on Batum Road
Open to traffic

Benge-Washtucna Road Bridge (Adams County, Washington)
Built 1914
Concrete arch bridge over Cow Creek on Benge-Washtucna Road
Open to traffic

Boston Street Bridge (Thurston County, Washington)
Contractor, 1915
Concrete Luten arch bridge over Deschutes River on Boston Street in Tumwater
Open to traffic

McLeod Bridge (Whitman County, Washington)
Possible Contractor, 1916
Concrete arch bridge over Hangman Creek on Farmington Road in Tekoa
Open to traffic

Old Naches Road Bridge (Yakima County, Washington)
Contractor, 1918
Closed spandrel arch bridge over Wapatox Canal on Old Naches Road
Open to traffic

Riverside Avenue Bridge (Morrow County, Oregon)
Contractor, 1915
Concrete arch bridge over Willow Creek on Riverside Avenue in Heppner
Open to traffic

Rock Creek Bridge (Adams County, Washington)
Builder, 1915
Concrete arch bridge over Rock Creek on Paxton R/W
Open to traffic

South Fork Palouse River Bridge (Whitman County, Washington)
Possible Contractor, 1916
Lost concrete arch bridge over South Fork Palouse River on Sand Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Spring Street Bridge (Whitman County, Washington)
Built 1915
Concrete arch bridge over South Fork Palouse River on Spring Street in Pullman
Open to traffic

Walla Walla River Bridge (Walla Walla County, Washington)
Built 1917
Concrete arch bridge over Walla Walla River on US 12
Open to traffic