THE CONCRETE BRIDGE MAGAZINE

FALL 2018

ASPIRE is a quarterly magazine published by PCI in cooperation with the associations of the National Concrete Bridge Council. The editorial content focuses on the latest technology and key issues in the Concrete Bridge Industry.

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46 | ASPIRE Fall 2018 2 0 1 8 B U Y E R S ' G U I D E DESCRIPTION ADDRESS/PHONE www.acrow.com Acrow Bridge has been serving the transportation and construction industries for more than 60 years with a full line of modular steel bridging solutions for vehicle, rail, military, and pedestrian use. Available for purchase or rent, Acrow bridges are designed, engineered, and manufactured in the United States. 181 New Road Parsippany, NJ 07054-5645 973.244.0080 www.alleneng.com Allen Engineering Corporation (AEC) is a family-owned, American manufacturer of contractor tough equipment that is sold and rented through a network of dealers and rental centers around the world. The company designs, engineers, manufactures, and markets concrete and related equipment with a number one goal of Total Customer Satisfaction. 819 South Fifth Street Paragould, AR 72450 870.236.7751 sales@alleneng.com www.allplan.com ALLPLAN is a leading vendor of open BIM solutions for structural and civil engineers; our solutions are used by over 240,000 AEC professionals around the world. As a member of the open BIM initiative, ALLPLAN supports the IFC standard and enables holistic design, construction, and management of bridges and structures. 10 North High Street Suite 110 West Chester, PA 19380 610.429.8900 www.inspectabridge.com With over 600,000 bridges nationwide, Anderson Hydra Platforms is on hand to provide under- bridge access in every state and abroad. Our patented design positions your crew to service up to 4600 square ft. of under-bridge area in a single deck placement safely, conveniently, and affordably. From our trailer-mounted HP 35 to our largest truck-mounted HPT 66, our equipment sets the standard for under-bridge access. Visit www.inspectabridge.com today to learn more. 7703 Park Place Road York, SC 29745 803.366.8195 www.flyash.com Operating coast to coast, Boral Resources is the nation's leading marketer of coal combustion products, including fly ash for concrete. Boral operates an extensive distribution network and offers proprietary technologies such as RestoreAir ® and Carbon Burn-Out to ensure consistent, high-quality fly ash for its customers. Visit www.flyash.com. 10701 South Riverfront Parkway, Suite 300 South Jordan, UT 84095 801.984.3772 info@flyash.com www.safway.com Designed and engineered to increase safety and productivity, the QuikDeck ® Suspended Access System by BrandSafway can be assembled from a few basic components and configured to fit almost any shape or size. Built in the air, or on the ground and hoisted into position, QuikDeck can be leapfrogged and relocated as work progresses to reduce equipment costs. QuikDeck provides factory-floor-like working conditions, so multiple craftspeople can work quickly and safely side by side. Each component can be handled by one person and requires no special tools or skills to assemble. Load capacities can range from 25 pounds per square foot (psf) to more than 75 psf. Brand Industrial Services, known as BrandSafway, is a leading provider of specialized services to the global industrial, commercial, and infrastructure end markets. BrandSafway - Infrastructure Services Group Scotia-Glenville Industrial Park Building 406 Scotia, NY 12302 USA 800.582.9391 www.stalite.com STALITE structural lightweight aggregate is a rotary kiln expanded slate lightweight aggregate. STALITE's light weight, low absorption, and superior particle strength correlate to high performance, high strength, durability, and toughness. STALITE meets all certification requirements in the USA, and is especially proud of its European certification. The unique nature of STALITE's slate raw material combined with our high manufacturing standards result in an extremely high-performance lightweight aggregate. PO Box 1037 Salisbury, NC 28145 800.898.3772 www.creativedesignresolutions.com Creative Design Resolutions Inc. provides context-sensitive, aesthetic design consulting services for highway and bridge projects, including MSE and retaining walls, sound barrier walls or related transportation enhancement, and urban environment projects, as well as decorative concrete form liners and integrated infrastructure amenities. 3413 Windom Road Brentwood, MD 20722 301.699.0581 www.dywidag-systems.com Dywidag Systems International designs, manufactures, supplies, and installs all types of post- tensioning and cable-stay systems along with a vast offering of turn-key structural repair and strengthening services. 320 Marmon Drive Bolingbrook, IL 60440 630.739.1100 The companies listed on these pages have supported ASPIRE ® magazine dur- ing 2018. Each offers a high-quality product or service targeted to the bridge industry and is worthy of your consid- eration. In choosing ASPIRE as the way to communicate with you, they show enormous confidence in us. These companies share in the significant success achieved by ASPIRE. Advertisers put their money where their mouths are, and they can rightfully be proud of ASPIRE's success and our ambitious plans for 2019. They enable us to move ahead with confidence to better serve our readers. Just as important, the advertisers create valuable messages for our readers. Their announcements and product informa- tion supplement our own content to keep readers current with new ideas. Whenever an opportunity arises, please contact ASPIRE advertisers, ask them for more information, and thank them for their investment in the bridge community. For an easy way to make a contact, go to www.aspirebridge.org and select the Advertisers tab. Clicking any listing will take you to the advertiser's home page. We appreciate our advertisers' support, and yours, for making ASPIRE the most read and talked about bridge magazine!

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