Why Do We Love Bridges?
Stone Arch Bridges
Iron Bridges were first built in 18th century England at the start of the industrial revolution. The earliest extant iron bridge, the River Severn Bridge pictured, was finished in 1781 and is still noted for its structural integrity. This new manufacturing technology and use of iron enabled engineers to span greater distances than ever before. Our clients sometimes face similar challenges today and need something new to solve an old problem. At Bridge Technology Operations, it’s our job to evaluate those technologies and to make the right recommendations to make sure your purchase is feasible, financially viable, and right for your business now and in the future.
Bridge on the River Kwai
“’Walked me through the process so I could learn how to handle this in the future.”