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Abutment Systems

Algonquin Bridge can also provide complete abutment design and all of the materials to deliver a complete bridge package with full engineering and field service.

Choose from two different systems.

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Vist-A-Wall MSE Structural Wall System™
The fast, flexible and historically-proven Vist-A-Wall MSE Structural Wall System™ offers cost savings and shortens the construction schedule compared to traditional cast-in-place abutments. Precast panels or wire facing along with galvanized wire soil reinforcement are used to retain the soil mass.

  • Aesthetic complement to bridge structures
  • Custom form liners create unique architectural treatments
  • Precast panels available in a variety of sizes and colours
  • Height increments are 610 mm (2’)
  • Adapts to curves, angles and steps

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Bolt-A-Bin cellular metal bin style system
Our Bolt-A-Bin System is an economical, strong and versatile metal bin-type system that assembles quickly with no pile driving or concrete pouring, making it well-suited for use in remote areas. Bolt-A-Bin cells are formed from strong, corrugated metal components bolted together at the job site and then filled with granular material. The fill material and the metal shell act as a gravity retaining wall to resist surcharged loading, sliding and overturning of the earth behind the wall.

  • Lightweight, easy to install and ideal for remote areas
  • Galvanized and Aluminized Type 2 steel construction
  • Size range of 1.2 m (4′) to 8.5 m (28′) in height, in 3 m (9’8″) increments in length

 

Algonquin Bridge can also provide Timber Abutments, designed and supplied by others.


Package it up and save with The Algonquin Bridge System.

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We offer a range of options in bridges, abutments, piers/towers, back walls, decking, bearing pads and guiderails. 

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