The first eSPAN140 demonstration bridge, this new span -- made possible by a collaboration between Buchanan County and the SSSBA -- replaced a deficient bridge.
Steel has the solution to today’s short span bridge design challenges. Find some examples here.
A corrugated steel box culvert fabricated by Big R Bridge.
This 135-foot weathering steel wide plate girder bridge was fabricated by True North Steel.
U.S. Bridge fabricated this steel truss bridge over Sunday Creek
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Dr. Michael Barker, P.E., provides a direct cost comparison between two nearly identical short span bridges (one steel and one concrete) in Audrain County, Missouri and finds steel as the more economical choice.
In an “apples-to-apples” comparison of two nearly identical short span bridges in Audrain County, Missouri ―one built with concrete and the other with steel―the steel bridge saved 25% on the superstructure and 19% on the total cost of the structure. Learn More
Ohio County Accelerates Cost-Effective Bridge Replacements With Steel
Muskingum County (OH) saves over $10,000 using local crews & galvanized steel beams.
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1/8/2016 - A comprehensive event-filled calendar courtesy of U.S. Bridge and Roads & Bridges.
4/13/2016 - Join us at Booth 636 & attend ABC session w/ Dr. Barth (Apr 13, 10:30am) & Successes in Short Span Steel Bridges session w/ Rich Tavoletti, James Carpita & Carlos Duart (Apr 14, 3pm).
4/25/2016 - SSSBA is a proud Sapphire Sponsor and will conduct a session on SSSBA Innovations on Monday, April 25.
4/13/2016 - A new report provides experimental and analytical testing data that proves eSPAN140 produces efficient and economical short span steel bridge design solutions.
2/25/2016 - Sustainable bridge-building practices are featured in the February issue of STRUCTURE Magazine.
1/8/2016 - The Amish Sawmill Bridge is the first in the U.S. to be designed with new press brake-formed tub girder technology.