May 19, 2021

    Cleveland Rocks New FRP Pedestrian Draw Bridge

    Cleveland, Ohio was founded in 1796 by the Connecticut Land Company. In 1895, the Cleveland Yachting Club (CYC) built docks and a clubhouse on the city’s Lake Erie shoreline. At the time, East 9th Street stopped at the railroad...

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    Topics: pedestrian bridge decks, FRP

    April 16, 2020

    Circa-1970s Rail Station Bridges Get FRP Makeover

    Have you ever wondered what the difference is between an overpass and a bridge? Don’t they mean the same thing? While the term “overpass” can refer to a bridge, it can also be used to describe a road or railway that crosses over...

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    Topics: pedestrian bridge decks, FRP

    November 13, 2019

    FRP Pedestrian Bridge Products: When and Why They Help

    A recent rise in health and environmental consciousness has led many people to begin walking and biking in lieu of driving their cars. Whether pedestrians are commuting or are out for a leisurely walk, their safety relies on an...

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    Topics: FiberSPAN, pedestrian bridges, pedestrian bridge decks, frp bridge, Fiber-Reinforced Polymer, FRP

    October 17, 2019

    Urban Legends – Are Pedestrians In Danger of Becoming The Walking Dead?

    Pedestrian fatalities are escalating according to a recent study issued by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA). The nonprofit represents state and territorial highway safety offices. GHSA based its study on data it...

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    Topics: pedestrian bridge decks

    September 18, 2019

    FRP Solutions for Pedestrian/Cantilever Bikeways

    Walking and biking have seen a resurgence in popularity. Many commuters are turning their commutes into an opportunity to stay active while reducing their impact on the environment. This increase in walking and biking requires a...

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    Topics: FiberSPAN, cantilever sidewalks, pedestrian bridge decks

    September 04, 2019

    The Story of Bellingham Square

    The story of Chelsea, Massachusetts proves to be an interesting one. For a town that went without traffic lights until the late 1980s, it has expanded quite a bit. Its’ current population totals approximately 17,000 residents. In...

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    Topics: pedestrian bridge decks

    April 18, 2018

    Final Thoughts on the National Bridge Preservation Conference

    Last week, I attended the National Bridge Preservation Partnership Conference in Florida.  This conference offers presentations from government agencies and industry on preservation technologies.  The conference is tied to the ...

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    Topics: bridges, pedestrian bridges, FRP bridge deck, FRP Composites, pedestrian bridge decks

    August 30, 2017

    Bridges Need Summer Checkups Too

    For many families, summer checkups and sports physicals are part of the back-to-school routine. Therefore, August was an appropriate month for us to perform checkups on our products around the Dayton area, including pedestrian...

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    Topics: pedestrian bridges, trail bridges, pedestrian bridge decks

    January 26, 2017

    Baby, It's Cold Outside (When You're Installing a Bridge in Montana)

    In the midst of the Rocky Mountains, surrounded by a multitude of national parks and forests, lies the mid-sized town of Missoula, Montana.  As one might imagine, winters in this region are extreme and include large accumulations...

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    Topics: Infrastructure, Missoula, MT, pedestrian bridge decks

    January 12, 2017

    Winter Wonderland: New Bridge Deck Videos

    Think summer. You may envision images of beaches, sun, travel - or road construction. Most of us, rightly so, see summer as the season for road blocks and repairs. But when you're working on bridges, the decks are often the last...

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    Topics: pedestrian bridges, pedestrian bridge decks

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