Bridges

East End Crossing Bridge September 2016 (Courtesy Louisville-Southtern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project))

Lewis and Clark Bridge

Lewis and Clark Bridge - Clark County, IN - Jefferson County, KY

Part of the $1.1 Billion East End Crossing project, the new Lewis and Clark Bridge, formally known as the East End Bridge, crosses the Ohio River between Clark County, IN and Jefferson County, KY. The design-build project features a new steel cable-stayed bridge with a main span of 1,200 feet.

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Jim Thorpe Bridge Project

The new Jim Thorpe Memorial Bridge soars 100 feet over the Lehigh River.

Jim Thorpe Memorial Bridge - Jim Thorpe, PA

High Steel fabricated and erected 2,199 tons of weathering steel plate girders for the new Jim Thorpe Memorial bridge, carrying Route 903 over the Lehigh River, Lehigh Canal, and two railroad tracks.

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Approach Spans New NY Bridge

The New NY Bridge - Approach Spans

The New NY Bridge - Approach Spans

High Steel Structures is fabricating a total of 50,000 tons of structural steel for half of the approach spans of New York’s new Tappan Zee Bridge. The "New NY Bridge" project is the largest transportation design-build project to date in the United States and one of the largest construction contracts in New York State history. *Photo Credit: New York State Thruway Authority

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Milton Madison Bridge Images Courtesy Milton Madison Project Team

The new Milton Madison Bridge - Image courtesy Milton Madison Project Team

Milton-Madison Bridge, Milton, KY - Madison, IN

High Steel fabricated 8,165 tons of structural steel for the Milton-Madison truss bridge replacement project, connecting Milton, KY and Madison, IN.

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Lake Champlain Arch Bridge Image Courtesy HNTB

The New Lake Champlain Bridge (Image courtesy NYSDOT)

Lake Champlain Bridge, Crown Point, NY - Chimney Point, VT

High Steel fabricated and delivered the structural steel for the new 2,200' modified network tied arch bridge. (Image Courtesy HNTB)

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The finished Arthur Ravenel Jr. bridge shown at night.

Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge over the Cooper River,  Charleston - Mt. Pleasant, SC

Charleston's landmark Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge over the Cooper River carries with it some impressive statistics that help explain why it was High Steel's largest job ever. In addition to being the largest public works project in South Carolina history, the 3.5-mile, eight-lane span of graceful white steel is also the longest cable-stay bridge in North America.

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Woodrow Wilson Bridge, Maryland Approach Spans

High Steel fabricated 20,900 tons of steel for the Woodrow Wilson Maryland Approach Spans

Woodrow Wilson Bridge, Maryland Approach Spans Prince Georges County, MD

High Steel was awarded the 20,900-ton fabrication contract for the steel superstructure, which makes it the second-largest project in the company’s history.

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Williamsport SPUI

Single Point Urban Interchange at the Market Street Bridge

SPUI at Market Street Bridge, Williamsport, PA

High Steel fabricated and erected the steel for Pennsylvania's first Single Point Urban Interchange (SPUI) at the Market Street Bridge in Williamsport.

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Seven Lakes Drive Emergency

The Seven Lakes Drive Bridge was replaced and reopened in 46 days

Seven Lakes Drive Bridge, Harriman State Park, NY

High Steel worked closely with the NYSDOT to detail, fabricate and deliver plate girders for the replacement of the hurricane damaged Seven Lakes Drive Bridge in just 26 days.

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SEPTA Emergency Bridge Replacement

Completed SEPTA Bridge

SEPTA Railroad Bridge Emergency Replacement, Fort Washington, PA

High Steel fabricated the steel for the emergency replacement of the flood-damaged SEPTA R5 railroad bridge in Fort Washington, PA.

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Route 90 Bridge OCMD Emergency Replacement

The Maryland Route 90 Bridge navigational span was replaced because of concrete corrosion.

Route 90 over the Assawoman Bay, Ocean City, Maryland

High Steel assisted the Maryland SHA in the emergency superstructure replacement of the navigation span of the Route 90 bridge, a key connector between the Ocean City barrier island and the Maryland mainland. The project was completed three weeks ahead of schedule.

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NH Arch

The new Route 9 Bridge over the Connecticut River

Route 9 Bridge over the Connecticut River, Chesterfield, NH - Brattleboro, VT

High Steel fabricated the structural steel for a 1,100-ton steel arch bridge connecting the towns of Chesterfield, NH and Brattleboro, VT.

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I81 Emergency Replacement

The newly replaced Rte 22/322 Bridge crosses I-81 (foreground)

Route 322 and Route 22 East Over I-81, Dauphin County, PA

High Steel was awarded an fast-track contract to fabricate the replacement steel for the fire-damaged Route 322 and Route 22 Eastbound Bridge over Interstate 81.

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Raccoon Creek Tub Girders

Cross section of Raccoon Creek bridge during construction

Raccoon Creek Bridge, Pike County, KY

The Raccoon Creek Bridge in Pike County, KY boasts some of the largest girders ever fabricated and shipped by High Steel. The 68 "tub" girders averaged 10 feet deep and 13 feet wide, and weighted up to a quarter million pounds each.

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High Steel fabricated structural steel and prepared the erection launch procedure for the 702 ton truss.

NY Rte 270 Truss over Erie Barge Canal, Amherst, NY

High Steel fabricated the structural steel and prepared the launch erection procedure for the replacement of the Rte 270 (Campbell Boulevard) truss bridge over the Erie Barge Canal in Amherst, NY.

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North Shore Connector Aerial Structure

Close-up view of tub girder for the North Shore Connector Aerial Structure

North Shore Connector Aerial Structure, Pittsburgh, PA

High Steel fabricated and shipped over 2,000 tons of steel, including 46 tub girders, for the North Shore Connector Aerial Structure in Pittsburgh, PA.

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The truss was assembled prior to rolling into place over the interstate.

Norfolk Southern Railroad Truss, King of Prussia, PA

High Steel's work is visible from almost every vantage point in King of Prussia, PA, thanks to this huge, 1,700-ton railroad truss. The bridge, which spans I-76, is part of PENNDOT’s $280 Million U.S. Route 202 Improvement Project.

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MD I-95 I-695 Interchange

Curved girder flyover bridges at I-95 / I-695 Interchange

I-95 / I-695 Interchange, Phase 1 Baltimore County, MD

High Steel fabricated and erected over 16,000 tons of structural steel for the Maryland Transportation Authority's $208 Million I-95 / I-695 Interchange, Phase 1 project.

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The Gerloff Road bridge incorporates a new steel tied arch into the existing structure

Gerloff Road Truss Rehabilitation, Montgomery County, PA

High Steel fabricated and erected the structural steel for the rehabilitation of a historic wrought iron Phoenix Pratt truss which dates to 1888. The design solution called for superimposing a new steel tied arch around the existing truss.

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The Veteran's Memorial Gay Street Bridge

Gay Street Bridge, Phoenixville, PA

The nine-span Gay Street Bridge's superstructure design consists of plate girder approach spans and four spans featuring two hinged, steel, open spandrel deck arches with a floor system of rolled beam stringers and floor beams. High Steel provided steel fabrication and erection for the project.

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Frederick Douglass -Susan B Anthony Bridge

The Douglass Anthony bridge dramatically lights Rochester's skyline.

Frederick Douglass - Susan B. Anthony Memorial Bridge, Rochester, NY

Formerly known as the Troup Howell Bridge, The Frederick Douglass-Susan B. Anthony Memorial Bridge carries Interstate 490 over the Genesee River in Rochester, New York. The landmark eight-span structure's centerpiece is a triple-ribbed through arch span.

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High Steel fabricated and erected the CSX railroad bridges over MD450 and Upshur Street

CSX Bridges over MD450 and Upshur Street, Prince Georges County, MD

High Steel fabricated and erected four massive railroad girders for the Maryland State Highway Administration’s $70 million railroad bridge construction project on MD 450 and Upshur Street in Prince George’s County. The project required a total of 749 tons of steel.

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High Steel fabricated 125 tub girders for the approach spans to the Brightman Street Bridge.

Brightman Street Bridge Replacement, Fall River - Somerset, MA

The Brightman Street Bridge Replacement Project is a two leaf Bascule design on two main piers with a drawbridge that creates a 200 foot shipping channel.

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Batchellerville Bridge

The last haunched girder is erected for the Batchellerville Bridge

Batchellerville Bridge, Edinburg, New York

High Steel fabricated and erected 3,700 tons of steel for the new Batchellerville Bridge. The new structure, which is over 3,000 feet long, replaced an existing structurally deficient bridge carrying County Route 98 over the Great Sacandaga Lake's mid-point in the Town of Edinburg, Saratoga County. The new steel haunched girder bridge has a 42-foot center span navigational vertical clearance. Its 92 girders range from 8 to 10 feet deep and from 112 to 156 feet in length.

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The new 9 Mile Bridge was opened within 65 days of notice to proceed.

9 Mile Road Bridge, Hazel Park, MI

High Steel fabricated and shipped 317 tons of structural steel for the design-build replacement of the 9 Mile Road bridge at I-75 in Hazel Park, MI. The first shipment of steel arrived at the jobsite just 21 days after notice to proceed.

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