Bridge Inventory

Railroad Bridge ~ 88ft Truss Span

Newly fabricated, temporarily used, complete railroad bridge. Designed to the most recent AREMA standards. Complete engineering drawings and current photos are included below. Built in 2004 for Corps of Engineers project to install a “box culvert”. The span is 88’ and was in service for approximately six months. This bridge is dismantled and available for truck (11 loads) or rail shipment immediately.

Railroad Bridge ~ 10-Span 467ft long

Detour Structure. This temporary runaround trestle railroad bridge is 467-foot long and is comprised of ten spans, and is available immediately from our West Greenwich, RI yard. The structure was designed by Gannett Fleming to the current AREMA specifications and fabricated by High Steel Structures with full PennDOT shop inspection. The 734-ton bridge was originally erected in August 2005, is disassembled, and is ready for shipment to your location.

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Please note: Bent 2 of this structure was consumed and is not available. The steel we are offering here includes the steel beams from the foundation to the top of the structural steel (no piling, no rail and no ties).

Contact us today for CAD drawings, engineering calculations, test reports on the steel and pricing.

 

Here are current pictures of the pieces in our yard, ready to be distributed to your job site!

The beams shown are on location in our St. Louis yard. The photos illustrate the bridge as it is now, fully disassembled from the superstructure, but still bolted in pairs.

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