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AISC and NSBA Announce 2024 Prize Bridge Awards
AISC and NSBA Announce 2024 Prize Bridge Awards

The American Institute of Steel Construction and the National Steel Bridge Alliance are recognizing eight bridges with 2024 Prize Bridge Awards—the structural steel industry’s highest design honor for bridges.

Albina bent 127,000# of tube steel for the South Bayfront Pedestrian Bridge and Horton Landing Park, Emeryville, California, a Merit Award Winner.

Albina induction bent 15 lengths of TS 16” X 16” X .625” WALL A1085 A513 to 149 ft and 289 ft radii and 9 lengths of TS 20” X 12” X .625” WALL A1085 A513 the easy way to 290 ft and 310 ft radii. Photo credit: Tom Loomis

You can see the full list of winners at

South Bayfront Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge

The National Steel Bridge Alliance (NSBA) Promotes Steel as the Preferred Material for Bridges
The National Steel Bridge Alliance (NSBA) is a division of the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC). The NSBA's mission is to promote steel as the preferred material for bridge design and construction and to increase steel's share of the bridge market. Albina Co., Inc. is one of the leading structural steel fabricators for steel bridges that contain bent or curved structural members for architectural, structural or ornamental applications. The NSBA brings together the structural steel fabricators and producers with agencies and groups who have a stake in the success of steel bridge construction, including representatives from AASHTO, FHWA, state DOTs, bridge consultants, erectors, and representatives of the coatings, fastener, and welding industries. The NSBA assist with bridge design specifications and provides technical assistance and reviews throughout the drawing/specification process. The World Bridge Symposium is taking place March 26-28th in conjunction with the North American Steel Construction Show, The Annual Stability Conference, and the Technology in Steel Construction Conference at the Metro Toronto Convention Center.