CAMBRIDGE FLAT Bridge
This is 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.
This bridge is 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 is preferred as a permanent or emergency installation and for owners with large inventories.
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.
This is a simple span beam bridge that supports a concrete deck slab and stay-in-place forms, or a bridge plank and asphalt system. It is a short span solution that is very competitive with prestressed concrete alternatives, especially when member weight and dead loads are a concern.