Complex Heavy Civil Infrastructure

Elevated Concrete Structures

Specializing in accelerated bridge construction with precast concrete slab designs for rapid, efficient project completion.

Elevated Concrete Structures

The work included the reconstruction of overpass connections to Fort Pitt Boulevard, and construction of a new three-span bridge and ramps.
Brayman was contracted by PennDOT to widen PA State Route 28, section A50, located near downtown Pittsburgh.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This project consisted of replacing two concrete bridge decks with a contracted time of 225 hours.

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