10000+

COMPLETED PROJECTS

50+

COUNTRIES SERVED

80+

BUSINESS YEARS

The U.S. Bridge Difference

1936

Speed & Quality

Every detail of your bridge is met with a level of attention and efficiency to ensure it is delivered on time and delivered to your specifications.

Experience

Our proven process of engineering and manufacturing includes 80 years of construction experience that helps make your project a success.

Factory Direct

No distributors. No middlemen. The most competitive pricing available in the market today and direct communication with your project team.

Family Business

We care as much about your family as we do ours, which is why we build the highest quality bridge at the most affordable price.

OUR PRODUCTS

We Engineer & Manufacture
Steel Bridges

We service the public and private sector, globally.

Our Proven Bridges Styles

Cortez

This simple span beam bridge supports a concrete deck slab and stay-in-place forms or a bridge plank and asphalt system, depending on your choice of construction. This is a short span solution that is very competitive with pre-stressed concrete alternatives, especially when member weight and dead loads are a concern

1 – 3  Lanes

Width Range: 10ft. – 66 ft. / Span Range Max: 70 ft.

Cambridge

A Warren Truss girder bridge that is formed by a top chord with a polygonal (camelback) shaped geometry. It is an efficient use of steel is a classic choice for rural or industrial settings.

1 Lane

Width Range: 12 ft. – 18 ft. / Span Range Max: 200 ft. – 190 ft.

2 Lanes

Width Range: 20 ft. – 34 ft. / Span Range Max: 180 ft. – 160 ft.

3 Lanes

Width Range: 35 ft. – 44 ft. / Span Range Max: 160 ft. – 140 ft.

Seneca

This is a bow-string Pratt Truss girder bridge formed by mechanically curving the top chord into an arch along a parabolic curve. It has vertical members at every panel point which shrinks the floor beams and minimizes or eliminates stringer beams.

1 Lane

Width Range: 12 ft. – 18 ft. / Span Range Max: 200 ft. – 190 ft.

2 Lanes

Width Range: 20 ft. – 34 ft. / Span Range Max: 180 ft. – 160 ft.

3 Lanes

Width Range: 35 ft. – 44 ft. / Span Range Max: 160 ft. – 140 ft.

Viking

This modified bow-string arch style is configured from a Pratt Truss using vertical end posts. It has vertical members at every panel point which shrinks the floor beams and minimizes or eliminates stringer beams.

1 Lane

Width Range: 12 ft. – 18 ft. / Span Range Max: 200 ft. – 190 ft.

2 Lanes

Width Range: 20 ft. – 34 ft. / Span Range Max: 180 ft. – 160 ft.

3 Lanes

Width Range: 35 ft. – 44 ft. / Span Range Max: 160 ft. – 140 ft.

Liberty

The Liberty is a bridge made from prefabricated panels and assembled into modules. It follows the constant depth form of the Voyager (Pratt Truss) but is designed to be containerized and easy to construct. It offers flexibility as an emergency installation.

1 Lane

Width Range: 12 ft. – 14 ft. / Span Range Max: 295 ft. or 16 ft. – 18 ft.

2 Lanes

Width Range: 20 ft. – 34 ft. / Span Range Max: 180 ft. – 160 ft.

3 Lanes

Width Range: 35 ft. – 44 ft. / Span Range Max: 160 ft. – 140 ft.

Voyager

This constant depth truss style is configured from a Pratt Truss using parallel chord members and vertical end posts.  The Voyager functions perfectly as a vehicular bridge on driveways or enhances recreation areas or park lands where light traffic is experienced.

1 Lane

Width Range: 12 ft. – 18 ft. / Span Range Max: 175 ft. – 125 ft.

2 Lanes

Width Range: 20 ft. – 34 ft. / Span Range Max: 150 ft. – 100 ft.

3 Lanes

Width Range: 35 ft. – 44 ft.

Cambridge Flat

A Warren Truss girder bridge that is formed by a top chord with a parallel chord (flat) geometry. This truss eliminates verticals at the top chord panel points. It has a sturdy look and is a great choice for multiple span bridges or bridges set in urban or rural settings.

1 Lane

Width Range: 12 ft. – 18 ft. / Span Range Max: 200 ft. – 190 ft.

2 Lanes

Width Range: 20 ft. – 34 ft. / Span Range Max: 180 ft. – 160 ft.

3 Lanes

Width Range: 35 ft. – 44 ft. / Span Range Max: 160 ft. – 140 ft.

Thru Truss

The Thru Truss is our naming convention for a high or box truss bridges. It involves the addition of sway braces and portal frames (transverse bracing) to low truss bridges which increases their span capability.  This extends their applicability to clear-span longer gaps. In doing so, the vertical clearance above the bridge’s roadway sets the truss height.

1 Lane

Width Range: 12 ft. – 18 ft. / Span Range Max: 300 ft. – 220 ft.

2 Lanes

Width Range: 20 ft. – 34 ft. / Span Range Max: 275 ft. – 200 ft.

3 Lanes

Width Range: 35 ft. – 44 ft. / Span Range Max: 225 ft. – 175 ft.

How We Can Help

We recognize and understand that your bridge is a major investment.
We’re here to help you from the beginning of your project through the end.

SCOPING

We’ll just need to know a few things about your project to get started.

ESTIMATING

Initial costs are developed to guide your decision process.

PRE ENGINEERING

Preliminary details are provided to demonstrate feasibility.

RENDERINGS

We create virtual models to enable you to visualize your project.

FINAL ENGINEERING

Once a commitment is made, a bridge design team is assigned.

BRIDGE INFO MODEL

A 3-dimensional model of your structure is created to ensure 100% accuracy.

FABRICATION

We have a proven and reliable fabricating and quality assurance process.

SHIPPING

The bridge will be shipped in assemblies via truck.

EXLUSIVE DESIGN TOOL

Bringing Your Project
To Life!

In five simple steps, you receive:

  • Bridge Elevation
  • Framing Plan
  • Section Drawings
  • Detail Sheets
  • Structure Depth
  • Price Estimate

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