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Railcar Bridges

Since 2005, our office has been working with Rick Franklin Corporation to field measure, analyze, and provide load calculations and plans for flat decked railcars to be used for short span bridges. These railcars have been used throughout the United States for purposes ranging from residential access supporting HS20 loading to accommodate fire and delivery trucks to temporary construction bridges capable of supporting over 100,000 pound pieces of


53rd Ave. Bridge, Albany, OR

This project consisted of the construction of 2 bridges. One was a 200 foot, 3 span long bridge with pre-cast pre-stressed slabs. The second was a 25 foot long, 3 sided pre-cast bridge for the City of Albany and was designed in conjunction with extensive street improvements. There were numerous Geotechnical parameters involving a 100-year old flood plain and exceptionally soft soils. All abutments and piers supported on steel pipe piles.

Chemawa Rd. Bridge, Keizer, OR

This bridge replaced a substandard deteriorated wood structure which restricted flood waters.  The two span pre-cast pre-stressed slab bridge provided increased roadway width and over width sidewalks for both vehicular and pedestrian safety.  Steel pipe piling and concrete abutments and center pier support the slab deck system.  Design was to ODOT current standards.

Kiwanis Park Pedestrian Bridge, McMinnville, OR

This project involved a 100 foot long by 8 foot wide pedestrian bridge. The bridge is of pressure-treated wood construction.

Other Bridge Projects

Alder Street Bridge, Keizer, OR
Applegate St. Bridge, Philomath, OR
Ash Creek Bridge, Monmouth, OR

Dearborn Bridge, Keizer,OR
Labish Ditch Bridge, Keizer, OR
Shelton Ditch Bridge, Salem, OR

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