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    Has FRP been used on any highly trafficked bridges?

    FRP Decks are designed to meet load requirements for each application ranging from light foot traffic to heavy vehicle traffic. They have been used in major urban areas such as Albany and Boston.

    How is the fire resistance?

    Composite Advantage’s FRP decks are class 2 for fire spread according to ASTM E84.
    How does their environmental foot print stack up against concrete and rebar?  

    What kind of pollutants are emitted during manufacture?

    FRP manufacturing uses less energy and water than using concrete and rebar. Because our manufacturing is done in closed molding, any pollutants are sucked into the filter of our vacuums.

    What are the beams on the bottom of the trail bridges?

    Composite Advantage uses Weathering steel beams on the bottom of our FiberSPAN Trail Bridges. This is to create a cost savings option for any parks department.

    How long does it take to install a trail bridge?

    Composite Advantage’s FiberSPAN Trial Bridges take, on average one day to install.

    What size trail bridges do you offer?

    Composite Advantage’s Standard FiberSPAN Trial Bridges range from 20’-50’ Long and 5’-10’ wide. Composite Advantage can design a shorter, longer, or wider trial bridge if requested under our custom options.

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