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We Have a Passion

for Building Great Works!

We challenge the norms and deliver excellence with every project.

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Delivering Innovative Solutions

for Complex Heavy Civil Projects

We build tomorrow’s future, today.

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Groundbreaking Precision

Beneath the Surface

We excel in delivering foundations that ensure the stability of critical structures.

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Great Teams

Build Great Works

Teamwork fuels our passion to deliver innovative solutions.

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For more than 70 years,

our focus on innovation and technology has allowed us to evolve from a small bridge and concrete company to a nationally-recognized, heavy-civil construction company.

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Markets We Serve

We pride ourselves on our expertise in a multitude of projects spanning across various markets. Our diverse skill set and experience positions us as a versatile and reliable partner. Our capability in handling complex structures and challenging environments speaks volumes about our team’s commitment to excellence and our ability to deliver top-notch infrastructure solutions.

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Transportation

We build more than just roads and railways; we create the arteries of progress, connecting communities to opportunities and a sustainable future. Our transportation projects are designed to be resilient and efficient, embodying innovation and shaping a more accessible, interconnected world.

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Locks & Dams

We excel in dam construction and rehabilitation, combining a deep understanding of complex engineering with value-added solutions. We focus on ensuring each dam project is durable, safe, and resilient, reflecting our commitment to creating lasting, reliable infrastructure.

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Ports & Marine

We specialize in ports and marine infrastructure, capable of handling the unique challenges of these environments. Our focus is on constructing, rehabilitating, and maintaining durable marine structures, ensuring they are resilient against natural forces and provide reliable connectivity.

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Industrial

We specialize in geotechnical foundation work for the industrial sector, including projects for oil and gas plants and wastewater treatment facilities. Our expertise covers a wide range of techniques such as piling, micropiles, caissons, drilled shafts, and grouting, demonstrating our commitment to building strong, environmentally sound foundations for critical energy infrastructure.

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Power

We specialize in innovative foundation solutions for the energy industry, emphasizing structural integrity and environmental adaptability. Our approach caters to the unique needs of power facilities, ensuring safety and functionality. We excel in flexible ground improvement and deep foundation techniques, suitable for diverse locations, from urban to remote areas.

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Commercial

We excel in providing ground improvement solutions for commercial structures, ranging from high-rise buildings to modern office spaces. Our focus on deep foundation systems ensures long-term stability and security.

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Brayman Capabilities

We specialize in delivering top-tier services in complex heavy civil infrastructure and deep foundation drilling and grouting. Our commitment to excellence and innovation positions us as a leader in creating robust and sustainable infrastructure solutions, rooted by our extensive experience and technical know-how.

Complex Heavy Civil Infrastructure

Brayman serves as the prime contractor or major subcontractor for heavy civil projects:
  • Highway/Rail Bridge Construction/Rehabilitation
  • Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC)
  • Locks and Dams
  • Industrial Facilities
  • Marine Construction

Deep Foundation Drilling & Grouting

Brayman serves as the prime contractor or major subcontractor for deep foundation projects:
  • High Capacity Dam Anchors
  • Secant / Tangent Walls
  • Earth Retention
  • Retaining Walls / Sound Walls
  • Cofferdams / River Mooring Cells
  • Support of Excavation (SOE)
  • Drilled Shafts
  • Micropiles
  • Specialty Grouting / Instrumentation
  • Soil Nailing / Shotcrete
  • Pre-Drilled / Driven Piles
  • Augercast Piles

Innovation

Brayman Construction leads the industry by boldly redefining construction, merging the strength of tradition with the power of technology. We don't just build structures; we set new benchmarks for excellence, pioneering innovative methods that transform every project we undertake.

Accelerated Bridge Projects

We are revolutionizing bridge construction with speed and precision. Our advanced techniques and prefabricated components slash traditional timelines, turning months into days, minimizing disruption, and delivering unmatched efficiency.

High Tech Partnerships

We're not just participants; we're leaders in innovation. We are dedicated to fostering partnerships that drive innovation, setting new standards in the construction industry and advancing technological integration.

Specialty Tools & Equipment

We don't just use tools; we master them. We maintain a diverse fleet ensuring peak performance, optimum resale value, and immediate availability for enhanced control and cost-effectiveness.

Industry Leading Construction Technique

We don't follow trends; we set them. We leverage the most advanced construction methods, ensuring each project is a testament to our commitment to innovation, quality, and successful completion.

Engineering Great Works with a Passion for Innovation

Brayman has expertise in a wide variety of projects including large scale complex bridges, deep foundation, marine and dam construction and rehabilitation, complex and heavy steel erection and rehabilitation, and demolition services. Our team carefully manages every aspect of every project, collaborating to provide inclusive and innovative design-build construction solutions while maintaining the highest standard of safety and customer service.

Project consists of 60,000 CY of rock excavation, 65,000 CY common excavation, over 100,000 CY embankment material, 90,000 CY of mass concrete and over 1,150 high capacity dam anchors. It will also include a grout curtain and reconstruction of the left and right river banks.
This Ohio slope repair project was a crucial endeavor aimed at preventing further strain on an adjacent pipeline.
The Brayman Construction Foundations Division was subcontracted by Markwest Midstream to execute the installation of micropile foundations for a new Cryogenic plant in Smithburg, WV.
The Brayman Construction Foundations Division was subcontracted by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) for specialty drilling services at the Chickamauga Dam.
The Brayman Construction Foundations Division was subcontracted by Turner Construction for micropile foundations at the historic Ford Factory in the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh, PA.
The Kerr Dam Spillway Stabilization Project includes one pre-production post-tensioned rock anchor on the top of the dam, 48 production post-tensioned anchors across the downstream face of the spillway, and a temporary platform for access to the spillway locations.
The Brayman Team completed the drilling and installation of 1250 Nails and installed 29,000 SF of shotcrete as part of the CONSOL Coal Refuse Disposal Area 7 Project in Greene County, Pennsylvania.
Brayman Construction was awarded a contract to provide specialized construction services in support of a dam improvement project located on the Dan River near Eden, North Carolina.
Brayman Construction Corp. (BCC) was subcontracted by Advantage Steel and Construction, LLC to perform a repair procedure involving a new anchorage system to attach the suspension cable at one corner of the Wheeling Suspension Bridge.
Brayman Construction Corporation (Brayman) was subcontracted to provide specialty geotechnical construction services in support of the Elmhurst Innovation Center project located in Pittsburgh, PA.
Brayman Construction was awarded a contract to provide specialized construction services in support of a dam improvement project located on the Broad River in Cleveland County, North Carolina.
The Mon/Fayette Expressway, a critical infrastructure project with planning origins tracing back to the 1950s, continues its development toward completion. The Brayman Construction Foundations Division, was subcontracted by Trumbull Corp to execute the installation of micropile foundations for the latest section of this expansive expressway, Section 53A1.
Brayman was contracted to provide specialty geotechnical services to Heartland Homes, Inc. for this residential land development project located 15 miles south of Pittsburgh at the Hiddenbrook Development Plan in Peters Township, PA.
Brayman was subcontracted to provide specialty construction services in support of a Headworks Facility and Primary Clarifier project located in Hamarville, PA.
Brayman was subcontracted to provide specialty construction services in support of the Alumni Hall Addition and Renovation project at Grove City College located 65 miles north of Pittsburgh, PA.
Brayman was subcontracted to provide specialty geotechnical services in support of the construction of a new 30,000sf food storage building located in East Wheeling, WV.
Brayman Foundations Division was subcontracted to provide a Design-Build micropile foundation solution for the new U.S. Customs and Border Protection (USCBP) Integrated Design and Construction/Design Learning Center (IDC/DLC) Facility in Harpers Ferry, WV.
Brayman Construction was subcontracted to provide specialty geotechnical services in support of the construction of a new four story, 60,000-sf hospital located on 2.6 acres in South Fayette Township, PA.
The work included the reconstruction of overpass connections to Fort Pitt Boulevard, and construction of a new three-span bridge and ramps.
Erected just upstream of the old bridge, the new 1096lf structure is a three-span steel haunch plate girder design carrying two lanes of traffic plus an eight-foot wide sidewalk.
Brayman was contracted by the Black & Veatch Corporation to construct a new barge unloading and mooring facility as part of the necessary flue-gas desulfurization (FGD) upgrades at the existing Cardinal Power Station located in Brilliant, OH.
Brayman was contracted to provide specialty construction services in support of a safety improvement project located at Paddy Creek Dam on Lake James near Nebo, NC.
Work involved the installation of deep foundation systems requiring in excess of 5,000 driven H-piles (over 75 miles) and nearly 300 micropiles.
At the time one of the largest micropile projects completed in the US. Over 1600 micropiles and Low Mobility Grouting installed in karst Limestone as part of a 320 million dollar plant upgrade.
Brayman was subcontracted to provide foundation support for the construction of the new three-building Westinghouse Global Headquarters and Education Campus located on an 83 acre parcel in Cranberry Township, PA.
This project consisted of shoring an existing active rail that was to remain after bridge removal.
The project involved the rehabilitation of an 11 span, curved girder bridge linking SR 2083 - Section A01, ramp S to SR 2037 - ramp T in Allegheny County, East Pittsburgh Borough.
Brayman Construction Corporation was contracted by PENNDOT to repair and strengthen the existing Freeport Bridge over the Allegheny River north of Pittsburgh, PA.
Completion of this project further extends Allegheny County’s Light Rail System from underneath downtown Pittsburgh and the Allegheny River to the North Shore.
As part of the third lane expansion of the Pennsylvania Turnpike from MP 67.59-MP 74.59, Brayman performed 30,000-ft of drilling and onsite batching of 16,000-cy of grout to stabilize an abandoned coal mine adjacent to the roadway.
Brayman was contracted by the WV Division of Highways to construct a new 2,975’ long concrete segmental bridge outside of Charleston, WV to carry eastbound I-64 over the Kanawha River.
Brayman’s scope of work required installation of deep foundation systems for the elevated guideways and stations.
The new River Wall project is a component of a larger effort to improve and modernize the navigation facilities on the Lower Monongahela River between Braddock and Charleroi.
This project involved the installation of 212 high capacity rock anchors, ranging from six to 61 strands, to upgrade the stability of the existing dam.
This project exemplified Brayman's ability to offer "one stop shopping" for construction services by featuring several capabilities including high capacity dam anchors, temporary shoring, and driven piling.
Brayman was contracted by PennDOT to widen PA State Route 28, section A50, located near downtown Pittsburgh.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation awarded Brayman to rehabilitate the existing Strank Bridge located in Johnstown, PA.
The Ices Ferry Bridge project involved the replacement of a steel through-truss bridge with a new 960-LF four-span steel girder bridge located near Morgantown, WV.
When a portion of the northwest wingwall collapsed, the Maryland DNR and DGS contracted with Brayman for an emergency stabilization. The remediation included salvaging the original facing stones, removing the existing bridge deck, and excavating 9 feet below deck elevation.
Brayman's scope of work required installation of an 800-foot, tieback-anchored soldier beam and lagging wall, comprised of 99-each soldier beams; 91-each, 7-strand and 8-strand Class I corrosion protected anchors; and 15,000-SF of mixed 4-inch thick hardwood lagging.
Brayman was contracted to install precast concrete coffer boxes around the pipe to allow for easier access to the pipe for cleaning operations.
Not only was our team able to prevent the roadway from sliding into Ten Mile Creek, we also prevented an ensuing road closure accompanied by a 35-mile traffic detour.
This project consisted of a new four-span steel structure bridge for CSX Railroad, located in Youngstown, Ohio.
The Rodney Staton Memorial Bridge project involved the design-build rehabilitation of a 630-LF, three span structure spanning R.D. Bailey Lake.
Brayman was contracted to replace the existing seven-span steel truss Greensburg Pike Bridge carrying SR 7467 over Turtle Creek and three active Norfolk Southern rail tracks located in Allegheny County, PA.
Brayman was selected to install 50 epoxy coated dam anchors, which upgraded the structure to current federal dam safety standards.
Post tension anchors, spillway access platforms, underwater anchors, increased dam height via post tensioned pre-cast panels, 2 mile access road, shoring, caissons, soil nail wall, this job had it all.
The project consisted of two phases. Phase 1 involved the installation of an anchored sheet pile retaining wall and the installation of eight 120-inch diameter caissons. Phase 2 included the installation of structural steel beams and the construction of a 120-foot by 46-foot concrete deck.
The Masontown Bridge project involved the replacement of an existing 11-span, two lane steel truss structure with a new 1,700-LF 7-span four lane plate girder bridge.
The project scope involves building seven, separate precast concrete structures offsite, then loading the segments onto barges, delivering them to the job site, and assembling them into place, under water, using floating A-frame cranes.
The new 338-feet long two-lane bridge was constructed with the substructure founded on cast-in-place concrete pipe piles.
Brayman’s scope of work included installation of soldier beams, and tiebacks anchors while working closely with other contractors on precast panel installation and backfilling activities.
Work consisted of 2 temporary "fill walls", needed to support the existing roadway in fill areas until new MSE walls could be constructed and 2 permanent "cut walls", needed in areas where the new third lane construction required cutting existing embankments.
Brayman’s scope of work included installation of 11-each large diameter shafts, up to 240-feet deep and 42-inch diameter, which will be used for various utilities.
The Lilly Bridge project involved replacement of a cantilever truss bridge with a new 1,220-LF five-span, fabricated steel girder bridge.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Replacement of the Hulton Bridge near Oakmont, PA, involved the replacement of a two lane truss bridge with a new 1,633 LF four lane five span haunched girder bridge erected upstream of the existing bridge on the Allegheny River.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s replacement of the SR 30 Bridge near East Pittsburgh, PA, was comprised of the complete demolition of the existing superstructure, replacement of abutment stems, installation of precast deck modules, and setting of sleeper and approach slabs.
The McKnight Road project involved bridge rehabilitation, including deck replacement, of four structures along a stretch of road infamously known locally for traffic congestion.
Brayman’s scope of work required installation of a secant pile excavation support system comprised of 152-each, 48-inch diameter interconnecting secant piles (12,309-LF) with depths up to 91-feet, as well as installation of 150-each, 18-inch diameter augercast piles for structure foundation support.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s replacement of the SR 136 Bridge near Eighty Four, PA, was the first use of a two-span continuous fabricated structural steel precast concrete deck module system in Pennsylvania.
Brayman was subcontracted to provide specialty geotechnical construction services in support of the 414 Light Street Apartment Complex project located at the corner of Light and Conway Streets on the edge of the Inner Harbor seaport of Baltimore, MD.
The new 130-feet long two-lane bridge consisted of a single-span steel beam five-girder structure with new abutments supported by drilled caissons and rock anchors.
Brayman was contracted by Songer Steel Services, Inc. to complete the concrete foundations for a new gas processing De-Ethanizer facility being constructed by a midstream operator located in Butler County, PA.
Brayman was contracted to provide specialty construction services in support of the Dam Safety Assurance (DSA) Phase 3 Project at Bluestone Dam.
Brayman’s scope of work involved installation of a 335-feet long driven sheet pile retaining wall along the Elk River, as well as installation of a temporary 35-feet long sheet pile wall outside of the high water mark.
This award winning new bridge is a cable stay structure with 326’ tall delta shaped towers and a 900’ main span (the longest span ever constructed by ODOT).
Brayman Construction was contracted to perform the $25.4 million rehabilitation of the 7th Street “Andy Warhol” Bridge for the Allegheny Department of Public Works.
The project consisted of the replacement of the existing two-span adjacent box beam superstructure, with a two-span continuous composite steel plate girder bridge.
Brayman's scope of work required the installation of 318-each caissons comprising 239-each, 60-inch diameter; 58-each, 54-inch diameter; 18-each, 48-inch diameter; and 3-each, 42-inch diameter shafts.
Nine 5/8th inch micropiles were installed under an active high-speed rail line with no interruption to rail service.
Ten vertical drain holes were core drilled from the crest of the dam 120 feet deep into the dam.
The Allegheny County Sewer Authority awarded Brayman the emergency procurement contract to repair and replace the A-34 Diversion Structure located along the Allegheny River in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, PA.
Brayman was contracted by a midstream operator to complete the micropile installation at their new gas processing Cryogenic and De-Ethanizer facility located in Washington County, PA.
The project required the installation of 578 micropiles with diameters of five and one-half-inch, seven-inch, and nine and five-eights-inch, and depths ranging from 30 feet to over 100 feet.
The modernization effort at this site will ultimately result in the construction of two new 84-feet wide by 720-feet long chambers to replace the existing 56-feet wide lock currently in operation.
The project comprised the installation of 86 caissons with diameters ranging from 30" to 54".
Brayman has completed two of the three bridges in 2017 including Romigh Road Bridge which is a two lane 80-feet long span, and Snake Run Bridge which is a three lane 123-feet span. Brayman is set to complete the third and final Park Quarry bridge in summer of 2018.
The New River Parkway is a Heavy Civil Project encompassing the construction of just over five miles of new roadway, while maintaining traffic along the New River in Hinton, WV.
Twenty-three post tensioned dam anchors were installed to upgrade capacity of the dam while working around multiple other sub-contractors in very tight access.
Brayman’s work consisted of the installation of four drilled sump foundations and as well as 250 concrete spread footers, pedestal supports, wall piers, building foundations, and containment slabs to support the various equipment for the gas processing facility.
The dam received a structure upgrade in 2018, which included over 16,000-cy of mass concrete, 68-ea high capacity dam anchors, and 175-ea drains.
This project consists of four and one-half feet drilled Shafts at the abutments and six and one-half feet drilled shafts at the river piers.
This project consisted of replacing two concrete bridge decks with a contracted time of 225 hours.
The Prettyboy Dam project involved the installation of an underwater anchorage system necessary to secure the concrete gatehouse to the dam.
Brayman was subcontracted to provide specialty geotechnical construction services in support of a roadway and bridge reconstruction project located between milepost 39.62 and milepost 44.04 along the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Allegheny County, PA.
Brayman was subcontracted to install a 5719 SF soil nail wall as part of a spillway expansion project at the North Fork Dam near Black Mountain, NC. Both soil nails and tieback anchors were installed on this wall which served as a slope stabilization measure for construction of a permanent access road on the site.
Installation of 21 micropiles through the existing footer and 24 tiebacks through the existing wall. The micropiles and tiebacks will be tied together with a new retaining wall poured in front of the existing retaining wall.
Brayman Construction was contracted to install five, 61-strand, restressable anchors to drill depths up to 195 feet in a monolith of the lock chamber at Chickamauga Lock and Dam in Chattanooga, TN.
A sheet pile cofferdam was installed down the center of the existing stilling basin to divide the spillway in half in preparation for the Phase 5 Spillway Reconstruction Project.
Brayman was contracted to install underwater anchors to hold a new half mile long boat barrier.
Installation of an 80' deep tied back retaining wall.
Project consists of 60,000 CY of rock excavation, 65,000 CY common excavation, over 100,000 CY embankment material, 90,000 CY of mass concrete and over 1,150 high capacity dam anchors. It will also include a grout curtain and reconstruction of the left and right river banks.

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July 21, 2024

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March 12, 2024

Pittsburgh Robotics Network Names New Board Members

The Pittsburgh Robotics Network announces Jorgen Pederson and Steve Muck as the newest members of its board of directors and executive officers list.
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The Pittsburgh Robotics Network, a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering innovation and growth for the southwest Pennsylvania region’s robotics cluster, yesterday announced changes to its board of directors and executive officers. Jorgen Pedersen has stepped in as the new board president, and Stephen Muck is now secretary.

March 18, 2024

Brayman's Feature Article on Embracing Diversity Graces the Cover of ADSC Foundation Drilling Magazine's Women In Construction Special Edition

Brayman salutes the hardworking women who are an integral part of our industry. From the job site to the office, their skills and contributions make a significant impact every day.
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Brayman salutes the hardworking women who are an integral part of our industry. From the job site to the office, their skills and contributions make a significant impact every day. Thank you to all the incredible women on #TeamBrayman for your dedication and expertise.

Learn more about the incredible women at Brayman in the below special edition ADSC feature article:

February 1, 2024

Brayman Construction And Trumbull Corporation Celebrate OSHA Partnership Signing For The Bayfront Parkway Improvement Project In Erie, PA

Brayman Construction and Trumbull Corporation are proud to announce a five-year Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Strategic Partnership for the Bayfront Parkway Improvement Project in Erie, PA. This is the longest OSHA Partnership in Erie’s history, reflecting a strong commitment to workplace safety and health. The goals of this partnership include reducing the total
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Brayman Construction and Trumbull Corporation are proud to announce a five-year Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Strategic Partnership for the Bayfront Parkway Improvement Project in Erie, PA. This is the longest OSHA Partnership in Erie’s history, reflecting a strong commitment to workplace safety and health.

The goals of this partnership include reducing the total number of days away from work injury and illness cases by 3%, controlling workplace hazards by assisting contractors with the implementation of an effective safety and health management system, conduct weekly self-inspections to reduce exposure of workers to safety and health hazards, and to maintain a continuous dialog that support various safety and health campaigns/initiatives.

“At Brayman, safety is not just a policy; it’s our way of life. This partnership with OSHA and Trumbull Corporation reinforces our long-standing dedication to ensuring the highest safety standards,” said Stephen Muck, Chairman and CEO of Brayman Construction.

Mark Gentile, President of Trumbull Corporation, added, “Our partnership with Brayman Construction has been built over several successful projects, each reinforcing our shared commitment to delivering a safe project. This partnership with OSHA, is another step in our collaborative journey, reflecting Safety as a shared core value, in every aspect of our work.”

“Securing an OSHA Strategic Partnership reflects our continual efforts to lead the industry in safety practices,” stated Angela Ravenscroft, Corporate Safety Director at Brayman Construction. “This achievement is another milestone in our ongoing mission to provide a safe working environment for everyone.”

Christopher Snedden, Assistant Area Director for OSHA stated, “Anytime OSHA and responsible contractors from the private sector can work together to minimize hazards in the workplace and decrease the number of injuries, the result is always positive. We commend Brayman Construction and Trumbull Corporation for taking a proactive approach in prioritizing safety and committing to ensuring safe working conditions.”

The Bayfront Parkway Improvement Project, valued at $111.7 million, aims to strengthen the connectivity within the city of Erie by enhancing accessibility and safety for all its users. This project is not just an infrastructural development; it’s a step towards a safer, more connected community.

About Trumbull Corporation:

Trumbull Corporation is an award-winning industry leader in heavy civil construction, having built hundreds of bridges, highway projects, tunnels, excavation, locks, dams, well pad construction, pipeline installation, and utilities throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Our world-class team is known for taking extra measures to ensure our work is thorough and accurate.

About OSHA:

In 1970, the United States Congress and President Richard Nixon created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), a national public health agency dedicated to the basic proposition that no worker should have to choose between their life and their job. The OSHA law makes it clear that the right to a safe workplace is a basic human right. Together with our state  partners, OSHA has tackled fatal safety hazards and health risks. We have established common sense standards and enforced the law against those who put workers at risk. Our standards, enforcement actions, compliance assistance and cooperative programs have saved thousands of lives and prevented countless injuries and illnesses.

Although our task is far from complete, our progress gives us hope and confidence that OSHA will continue to make a lasting difference in the lives of our nation’s workers, their families and their communities.

October 10, 2023

Brayman Contruction Starts Bayfront Parkway Improvement Project in Erie

A Brayman and Trumbull joint venture project just celebrated the start of our Bayfront Parkway Improvement Project in Erie, PA. “Construction will be completed in six phases over approximately four years. It will start at the Sassafras Street Extension intersection before the end of September and is expected to conclude with the construction of the
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A Brayman and Trumbull joint venture project just celebrated the start of our Bayfront Parkway Improvement Project in Erie, PA.

“Construction will be completed in six phases over approximately four years. It will start at the Sassafras Street Extension intersection before the end of September and is expected to conclude with the construction of the pedestrian bridge at Holland Street.”

July 21, 2023

I-64 – July 2023 Update

Brayman Construction & Trumbull, A Joint Venture, is making headway on I-64 for West Virginia Department of Transportation. This project includes widening 5 miles of highway from two lanes into three lanes as well as constructing a new bridge over the Kanawha River. Read the full article. Photos courtesy of the West Virginia Department of
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Brayman Construction & Trumbull, A Joint Venture, is making headway on I-64 for West Virginia Department of Transportation. This project includes widening 5 miles of highway from two lanes into three lanes as well as constructing a new bridge over the Kanawha River.

April 18, 2023

Brayman Construction Earns Coveted ISNETWorld RAVS Plus Safety Recognition

Nationally Recognized Heavy Civil Contractor Demonstrates Commitment to Safety Excellence Saxonburg, PA: Brayman Construction Corporation, a leading heavy civil and geotechnical contractor headquartered in Saxonburg, PA, has earned the prestigious ISNETWorld RAVS Plus Safety Recognition. This recognition demonstrates the company’s commitment to safety practices and risk management excellence. Brayman Construction’s commitment to safety is critical
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Nationally Recognized Heavy Civil Contractor Demonstrates Commitment to Safety Excellence

Saxonburg, PA: Brayman Construction Corporation, a leading heavy civil and geotechnical contractor headquartered in Saxonburg, PA, has earned the prestigious ISNETWorld RAVS Plus Safety Recognition. This recognition demonstrates the company’s commitment to safety practices and risk management excellence.

Brayman Construction’s commitment to safety is critical to ensuring their employees’ well-being and their projects’ success. By prioritizing safety in their construction practices, Brayman Construction sets an example for the industry and helps to prevent accidents and injuries on job sites.

ISN is a global leader in helping hiring clients identify and manage contractors and suppliers that meet the customer’s safety and risk expectations. The ISN RAVS PLUS audit process is a deep-dive review and audit of a company’s written health and safety programs and how those programs are implemented. This process includes interviews with employees to assess their level of knowledge of and compliance with the company’s health and safety policies.

“I am incredibly proud of our team for earning the ISNETWorld RAVS Plus Safety Recognition,” said Stephen Muck, Chairman and CEO of Brayman Construction Corporation. “We will continue to prioritize safety in everything we do, and we remain committed to ensuring that all of our team members return home safely at the end of each day.”

“This recognition is a testament to our unwavering commitment to safety and our proactive approach to risk management. We have invested significant time and resources in developing and implementing robust safety programs and training initiatives, and this recognition from ISNETWorld affirms that our efforts are paying off,” said Angela Ravenscroft, Corporate Safety Director for Brayman Construction Corporation.

With this recognition, Brayman Construction has demonstrated its commitment to implementing and maintaining effective safety practices and risk management protocols, ensuring the safety of its workforce, and delivering quality construction projects to its clients.

April 10, 2023

Stephen Muck, Chairman and CEO, Named to 2023 Construction Power 100

“With the pandemic’s worst, most economy-crushing days in the rear-view mirror and the Build Back Better taps being turned on, it’s a good time to be part of Pennsylvania’s construction industry. From highway projects to skyscrapers, campus expansions to home renovations, there is no mistaking the power and presence of this rejuvenated sector. The aggregation
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“With the pandemic’s worst, most economy-crushing days in the rear-view mirror and the Build Back Better taps being turned on, it’s a good time to be part of Pennsylvania’s construction industry. From highway projects to skyscrapers, campus expansions to home renovations, there is no mistaking the power and presence of this rejuvenated sector.

The aggregation of accomplishment that follows highlights the influential contractors, architects, engineers, labor leaders, government officials and other experts who are responsible for Pennsylvania’s ever-evolving built environment.

The City & State 2023 Construction Power 100 was researched and written by City & State staff and freelance writer Hilary Danailova.”
March 30, 2023

Significant progress made on Grant Street Bridge construction

“Gov. Jim Justice announced the $10 million funding for a new bridge in October 2020 and the project was put on the “fast track” by the state Department of Transportation (WVDOT) , which oversees the project. But construction has been delayed numerous times as the company building the bridge, Brayman Construction, has had to work
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“Gov. Jim Justice announced the $10 million funding for a new bridge in October 2020 and the project was put on the “fast track” by the state Department of Transportation (WVDOT), which oversees the project.

But construction has been delayed numerous times as the company building the bridge, Brayman Construction, has had to work with WVDOT and Norfolk Southern railway to make sure the tracks below the bridge were clear when the bridge’s piers were being installed.

Pier work was finally completed a few months ago and the steel structure was then put into place, which for the most part freed Brayman to work on the bridge without interference with the railroad tracks below it.

The work is mostly on the deck of the bridge now, so no more delays are expected.”
March 10, 2023

Long road to completion 20 years in the making, Route 58 widening in final phase

Currently in Phase IV “Phase IV, is a $55.7 million, three-mile project which includes widening Route 58 from Rhea Valley Road to the west corporate limits of Damascus. It is being paid for with federal highway funds. Work began in fall 2021 and includes construction of two matching bridges spanning the south fork of the
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Currently in Phase IV

“Phase IV, is a $55.7 million, three-mile project which includes widening Route 58 from Rhea Valley Road to the west corporate limits of Damascus. It is being paid for with federal highway funds. Work began in fall 2021 and includes construction of two matching bridges spanning the south fork of the Holston River and both are currently underway.

The contractor is Kanawha Stone Company of Nitro, W.Va., while the bridges are being built by subcontractor Brayman Construction based in Saxonburg, Pennsylvania, but which also operates a Wytheville office.

“We’ve built these bridges which are 474 feet long, 33 feet wide — two identical bridges that are steel span. The first deck pour [concrete] will be around April 1,” VDOT area construction engineer Brian Plummer said Thursday. “We’re roughly 95 feet off the water.”

The bridges are being built beside the current roadway. Once the first is completed, the plan is to shift traffic onto the bridge so workers can then modify the present intersections along the existing road.”Read the Full ArticleSource: Bristol Herald Courier
February 21, 2023

Spring Engineering Career Fair – Ohio University

Team Brayman recently attended the Spring Engineering Career Fair at Ohio University. The fair was filled with talented young Engineers from many different disciplines and backgrounds. We are looking forward to finding the right individuals to join the Brayman team.
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Team Brayman recently attended the Spring Engineering Career Fair at Ohio University. The fair was filled with talented young Engineers from many different disciplines and backgrounds. We are looking forward to finding the right individuals to join the Brayman team.

March 3, 2023

The Assembly Pittsburgh Project

Congratulations Turner Construction on the The Assembly Pittsburgh project that earned The Master Builders’ Association of Western Pennsylvania Award for new construction over $25M. The Assembly was an old Ford Model-T manufacturing plant renovated to be the future home to University of Pittsburgh principal researchers focused on advancing knowledge and discoveries related to cancer biology and
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Congratulations Turner Construction on the The Assembly Pittsburgh project that earned The Master Builders’ Association of Western Pennsylvania Award for new construction over $25M. The Assembly was an old Ford Model-T manufacturing plant renovated to be the future home to University of Pittsburgh principal researchers focused on advancing knowledge and discoveries related to cancer biology and other areas. We appreciated the opportunity to be included on this project to assist with the deep foundation work.

March 1, 2023

University of Pitt Visitation

It was a pleasure having students from the University of Pittsburgh visit with us last Friday. We were able to give them an inside look into our internship and co-op programs, followed by an informal luncheon. It’s always great connecting with future professionals in the field! If you or someone you know would like to
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It was a pleasure having students from the University of Pittsburgh visit with us last Friday. We were able to give them an inside look into our internship and co-op programs, followed by an informal luncheon. It’s always great connecting with future professionals in the field!

If you or someone you know would like to learn more about these programs, go to: https://brayman.applicantpro.com/jobs/2210234.html

February 7, 2023

McKees Rocks Bridge To Close For Pavement Marking

The McKees Rocks Bridge will close for three hours Wednesday starting at noon. Traffic will be detoured to the West End Bridge between noon and 3 p.m. Work crews from Brayman Construction and Advantage Steel & Construction will close the bridge in both directions as they perform pavement marking. Read the Full Article Source: TribLive.com
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The McKees Rocks Bridge will close for three hours Wednesday starting at noon.

Traffic will be detoured to the West End Bridge between noon and 3 p.m.

Work crews from Brayman Construction and Advantage Steel & Construction will close the bridge in both directions as they perform pavement marking.
February 7, 2023

Steel beams being placed for new Grant Street Bridge

Steel started “flying” Monday at the Grant Street Bridge in Bluefield as beams were hoisted into the air to be placed on the piers of the bridge. Preparations were being made during the last few weeks to start placing the steel structure. Kerry Stauffer, Bluefield City Engineer, said last week it was time for the
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Steel started “flying” Monday at the Grant Street Bridge in Bluefield as beams were hoisted into the air to be placed on the piers of the bridge.

Preparations were being made during the last few weeks to start placing the steel structure.

Kerry Stauffer, Bluefield City Engineer, said last week it was time for the steel portion of the bridge after the concrete support piers were in place.

Stauffer said the contractor, Brayman Construction, needed the large crane to place the steel, and also needed to work with Norfolk Southern Railroad to make sure some of the tracks underneath the bridge were clear for the work.

If all goes well, the bridge will be finished by August or September this year, he added.
January 17, 2023

A Backstage Tour of Charleroi Lock and Dam

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of a jobsite? One of our projects Charleroi Locks and Dam got a backstage tour. Check out the feature on how the operations of this unique dam work.
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Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of a jobsite? One of our projects Charleroi Locks and Dam got a backstage tour. Check out the feature on how the operations of this unique dam work.

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