Midwest Engineering Associates, Inc. provided its Structural Engineering services to the Tazewell County Highway Department to design emergency repairs to an existing bridge’s guardrail anchorage. The existing bridge was/is a three-span cast-in-place concrete deck slab bridge supported on pile bent piers and abutments. A farm implement had struck the steel guardrail on the bridge causing it to bend, deform, and pull out of the concrete deck in various places. A site evaluation was performed to determine the condition of the guardrail and its anchorage into the existing bridge. After alternate repair details were developed, a preferred alternate was determined. The preferred repair details and specifications were prepared for the concrete deck slab, steel bridge rail, and the approach roadway guardrail for emergency bidding and construction.