33rd Street Bridge
Chicago, IL United States | 2007
Located in picturesque Limington, Maine, the Chase Miller Bridge is a 55-ton mass of hot-dip galvanized steel. Requiring protection from the highly corrosive marine environment, HDG steel was the ideal choice to provide corrosion protection for this bridge. The state of Maine is no stranger to hot-dip galvanizing, all bridges in the state have been galvanized since 1998 because of the low cost, maintenance free nature, and extended life-cycle.
Additionally, HDG steel provides a clean and beautiful finish, making the bridge aesthetically appealing in its highly visible location. Because of HDG steels 100% recyclability, this bridge will provide an environmentally friendly, long-lasting cross-way for campers, fishers, hikers and nature lovers of the area.
Bridge & Highway
Limington, ME United States
Structural decking, beams, cross plate diaphragms, and all steel materials.
Duncan Galvanizing Corp.
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