What Does Structurally Deficient Really Mean For Bridges?

According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, nearly 10% of the 600,000+ bridges in the United States were “structurally deficient” as of 2016. Almost 40% of U.S. bridges are more than fifty years old, and the maintenance backlog for bridges is now in the hundreds of billions of dollars.

3 Ways to Prevent Bridge Piping Ruptures Before They Happen.

Ruptures are one of the most pressing issues facing America’s bridge-attached pipelines, and they’re more common than you think. Sensitive utilities such as gas and water are susceptible to rupture for myriad reasons including inclement weather, deferred maintenance, and even accidental puncture.