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The Art of Replacing a Railroad Bridge

Posted by Dillon Hogan on Tue, Jun 26, 2018

Railroads don’t mess around when it comes to infrastructure upgrades. When bridges get replaced, they are often replaced with long-term solutions that will serve the railroad well into the future. Each bridge is a very small piece of an expansive system, however if it has to be taken out of service, the entire line may be shut down. Trains would have to be re-routed, time would be lost, and costs would go up. This is why in an expanse network of rail infrastructure; each bridge is a crucial piece.

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Waterway Infrastructure from the Eyes of Those Who Build It

Posted by Mark Binsfeld on Thu, Mar 22, 2018

There is a lot of buzz around the president’s infrastructure plan lately. It is clear that everyone wants better infrastructure, regardless to which party an individual may belong. The biggest challenge to getting what everyone wants is funding, and making matters more difficult, the allocation of this funding is another source of disagreement. As a contractor that provides construction services to owners of infrastructure, it is clear that the waterways are suffering the most from lack of investment.

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