Quick Look at Steel Beam Fabrication Process

The steel beams for the eSPAN140 Demonstration bridge in Buchanan County, Iowa were fabricated at the US Bridge fabrication plant in Cambridge, Ohio. This 30-second video clip offers a quick look at various parts of the steel beam fabrication process.

Check out the video of the live webcam that recorded the bridge construction including bridge beams being set, the deck pour, from bridge construction start to finish.

About Dan Snyder

Dan Snyder is director of the Short Span Steel Bridge Alliance (SSSBA), where he works with SSSBA members to educate, inform and promote the many advantages of using steel for short span bridges including cost-effectiveness, time-saving bridge designs and life cycle analysis advantages. He is a digital marketing enthusiast, appreciating both the creative side of the process as well as the science behind it, and provides regular updates via his Pull Marketer blog at https://www.pullmarketer.com/. Dan can be contacted at dsnyder@steel.org.
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1 Response to Quick Look at Steel Beam Fabrication Process

  1. This video is very helpful to know about the steel bean fabrication process. Thanks for sharing it and giving us the useful information about this process.

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