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Firms that build bridges hire employees with degrees. The structure must meet safety regulations for both pedestrians and vehicular passengers. Architects hold college degrees and calculate the spacing of beams to support weight loads. Environmental engineers also hold degrees and ensure aquatic life isn't affected by the construction. Welders ensure steel supports are installed correctly. Concrete specialists ensure the concrete posts and footings will stand up to the structure's weight. Everyone works together to create the final structure.

Arch structures are often made of stone and offer aesthetic appeal to a garden or private road. Abutments are found at each end and an arch support connects the two sides using materials like stone or brick. The structures must be strong enough to hold vehicular traffic, including light duty vans, semis and passenger cars.

Suspension bridges use cables extending from tall towers for support. The wooden, timber or metal trusses are supported by the complex system of suspension cables. Less material is used ensuring lowered costs. Cable-stayed constructions are similar only the towers that hold the cables in the air are shorter. On a trail or forest land, rope and timber plank structures are common.

Some structures have decking that lifts mechanically up out the way. This creates space for boats and ships to pass. The drawbridges allow the structure to remain low to the water without blocking water vessels from passing.

There are other methods and forms. A custom boardwalk connects a site to a beach. Covered structures create an old fashioned look. When choosing a contractor, ask what the firm specializes in. You want an architect or contractor to draw and create a design that ensures public safety. The best builders will be happy to show you examples of their work and be willing to meet your needs.

NE Bridge Contractors Inc Write review for this local business
2 Lopes Dr, Norton, MA 02766
(508) 285-4112  
Sps New England Write review for this local business
265 Medford St, Somerville, MA 02143
(617) 625-0200  
Sps New England Inc Write review for this local business
222 Main St, Blackstone, MA 01504
(508) 883-2504  
Aetna Bridge Write review for this local business
100 Jefferson Blvd Ste 100, Warwick, RI 02888
(401) 463-3604  
Aetna Bridge Company Write review for this local business
101 Church St, Whitinsville, MA 01588
(508) 266-3022  
Mas Building & Bridge Inc Write review for this local business
7 Kings Bridge Rd, Brimfield, MA 01010
(413) 324-1300  
Bridge builders offer vehicular, trails, contractors, custom, boardwalk, timber, environmental, conscientious, methods, public, complexes, light duty, golf course, and other bridge building products and services. Make sure the bridge building service you select is respected in the bridge construction industry and has the references to back it up. Many online websites offer matching to prescreened bridge builders in your area. You fill out the type of project, price range, any custom plans and special requests, and the company gets back to you with the right bridge builder for the job. Make sure the one you choose has expertise in the area of work you need, such as aesthetic formula design, construction of retaining walls, on-site installations, truss construction, land use issues, clear span bridges, or trail bridge design. Ask to see photos and collections of before and after projects, to ensure the bridge builder has the style and performance record you want, and utilizes the latest innovative, economic technologies in relation to building design and construction. Contact a few different bridge builders to get hours, location, availability, specialty and cost. Visit with each to get a feel for professionalism. Are staff members courteous and willing to help? Is the location clean and well maintained? Chat with each bridge builder to go over sketches, plans, technical development and drafts. Find out if the professional has the proper registered licensing, certificate and diploma, and has the proper experience in building bridges of all types. Find out if the company has a website you can browse for additional information, and inquire whether the company is part of a local, national or international entity. Before choosing a bridge builder for your vehicular, trails, contractors, boardwalk and timber needs, consider the firm's location, hours, availability, expertise and cost.