Tag Archives: infrastructure

Curved Steel Pedestrian Bridges

Architecturally designed pedestrian bridges and walk-ways are often erected at transportation stations, universities, museums, business centers, and state parks. Most often, these curved steel bridges are constructed of bent or rolled structural steel including, pipe, square or rectangular tube steel, channel and wide flange. It depends on the application, the load requirements the AESS (Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel) requirements, and fabrication specifications of the project to determine which type of structural steel will best fit the needs of the project.

Dry Creek Pedestrian Bridge

Dry Creek Pedestrian Bridge

Ironwood Pedestrian Bridge

Ironwood Pedestrian Bridge

HWY 36 Pedestrian Bridge

HWY 36 Pedestrian Bridge

May Creek Pedestrian Bridge

May Creek Pedestrian Bridge

Museum of Flight Pedestrian Bridge

Museum of Flight Pedestrian Bridge

Reference Article: Steel Industry Showing Resilience

Zachs.com published an article yesterday indicating that the Steel Industry is showing resilience and that the continued need for urbanization and industrialization will continue to drive demand for steel in the years to come. As the urban population increases, so will the need to improve infrastructure and public transportation systems. In addition, the automotive and construction industries are gaining momentum. To read the full article, visit Zachs.com .