Building the right bridge infrastructure can help reduce strain on the environment.
Gregg Freeby, Executive Director of the American Segmental Bridge Institute, explains how segmental bridges offer a cost-effective, long-lasting alternative to traditional bridge construction.
American Segmental Bridge Institute
More than 40 years of experience innovating segmental bridge technology
Spent 32 years at the Texas DOT, where he served as the Director of the Bridge Division & State Bridge Engineer
Previously chaired the AASHTO Committee on Bridges & Structures Technical Committee T-10, Concrete Design
Some of the Questions Asked
How are segmental bridges designed and built differently than traditional bridges?
How does the smoothness and rideability of segmental bridges compare with traditional bridges?
What are the minimum specifications needed to build a segmental bridge?
Cost-Benefits of Segmental Bridges
What is the cost of segmental bridges compared to traditional methods?
What is the long-term performance of segmental bridges?
What future innovations will improve segmental bridges?
"On larger projects, being able to pre-cast segments of a bridge helps reduce construction time. This, in turn, increases safety, saves time, reduces costs, and decreases the exposure to construction hazards for workers and the traveling public."
Gregg Freeby, Executive Director, American Segmental Bridge Institute
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