A Bridge Like No Other
The U.S. Liberty Bridge soars above the competition. With their rigidity and adaptability to different elevations, these bridges are designed to be containerized and quick to construct in the event of an emergency. Also, they are a preferred permanent bridge. 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 and it offers more flexibility than other bridge types.
The Liberty bridge can also be designed as a permanent structure. But due to its ability to be quickly built, this bridge is the perfect solution for emergencies. And this is what U.S. Bridge did when Hurricane Maria devastated the island of Puerto Rico in September of 2017. We provided relief to areas that had the most damage. U.S. Bridge provided five Liberty bridges, thus allowing the communities to become reconnected again.
The World’s Most Adaptable Bridge
The Liberty bridge from U.S. Bridge gives you a wide range of flexibility allowing you to build and rebuild your bridge time and time again… in different locations, depending on your growing needs. For your next bridge project you may need to change the bridge length -the bridge width- upgrade the loading. Not a problem with Liberty. You can make such adjustments with this bridge!
Liberty bridges have numerous advantages, but one of the main reasons is their prefabricated panels. Each panel is designed with a bolting system that has an infinite lifespan. In addition, bolting assures resistance to fatigue, weakness, and overloads. This system increases the sustainability of the bridge as a whole and eliminates the need for maintenance.
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|Bridge Type||Min Length||Max Length||Min Width||Max Width||Use|
|Liberty||50||200||10||36||Permanent or Emergency|