Case Studies on Recent Short Span Steel Bridge Projects
Thousands of short span steel bridges have been constructed over the past several decades. This section provides case studies for projects in the United States and Canada, including:
- Buried Steel Bridges
- Truss Bridges
- Press and Folded Plate Bridges
- Rolled Beam and Plate Girder Bridges
- Pedestrian Bridges
- Prefabricated Bridges
The 9’-0” x 3’-10½” single- radius steel structural plate arch was assembled by the contractor and installed in only two days.
County saves over $10,000 using galvanized steel beams over concrete box beams.
A 75-foot single span rolled beam bridge in Oregon improves habitat conditions for fish and wildlife by restoring natural stream hydrology.
Weathering steel 32-foot span pedestrian bridge constucted to blend in with the environment.
Buchanan County Iowa receives IBRC grant to constuct a press brake tub girder bridge.
The High Point Lane bridge in Missouri was built utilizing preliminary designs generated from eSPAN140.
St. Clair County Michigan Uses Press Brake Tub Girders for ABC Project.
Video of a modular bridge installation that took place for the replacement of a culvert in a California fish passage.
The new Orr Road Bridge in Midland County, Michigan, is a press brake fabricated steel bridge.
The Cannelville Road Bridge in Ohio was completed ahead of schedule, and is expected to have a service life of more than 100 years.