weathering steel bridge Tag

Sustainability and “green building” are terms we hear more and more of these days in bridge construction. However, environmentally-sensitive building is not a new phenomenon. The modern practice of green building emerged in the 1990s. Sustainable building involves many components, such as energy efficiency, water management, reducing waste, and selecting sustainable materials. 

Have you spotted a rusty-looking bridge in your community or while traveling? From pedestrian bridges to highway bridges, corten-equivalent weathering steel is often used as an alternative for bridge construction. While conventional steel bridges take advantage of the latest advances in automated fabrication and construction...