Bridge over Hurricane Creek
Bridge Replacement on U.S. Highway 378
This bridge was one of the last of 20 bridges to be completed on I-95 in Georgia. Inside and outside widening of the lanes was done to bring this bridge from 2 to 4 lanes on both North and Southbound.
This is the largest single contract in Scott Bridge history at $192 million, as well as the 3rd largest contract in history of Georgia DOT.
This project was a pedestrian bridge built for City of Rome.
Scott Bridge was called in for an emergency repair on this Lift Span Bridge that was struck by Corps. Of Engineers barge & tug and was knocked out of commission.
This was a Completion Project that was a started by another company that went bankrupt.
This rail bridge was constructed in a window of less than 36 hours till the next train came through.
Scott Bridge was called in for an emergency response project where a train hauling space shuttle rocket boosters collapsed the bridge.
This was a post Katrina rail ridge repair that spanned 5.5 miles. The track was washed off the Superstructure and was laying on the bottom of Lake Pontchartrain still in one piece.