Brayman Awarded Rehabilitation Project for The Andy Warhol (7th Street) Bridge

On Thursday, June 9, 2016, Brayman Construction Corporation was awarded the rehabilitation project for The Andy Warhol (7th Street) Bridge. The bridge project is owned by Allegheny County and was bid through PENNDOT’s ECMS system.

Rehabilitation consists of complete removal and replacement of the concrete deck, extensive beam and structural steel repairs to be performed by our sister company Advantage Steel & Construction, a complete paint job and other miscellaneous construction and repairs.

The 7th Street Bridge, which was renamed after Andy Warhol, a famous Pittsburgh artist on March 18, 2005, is the middle bridge of the three Sister Bridges that cross the Allegheny River near the Pirates baseball stadium PNC Park. Built in 1924, the bridge was one of the first self-anchored suspension spans built in the United States.