Author: Bridge Admin

The Eagle P3 is a $2.2 billion capital project with Denver Transit Partners.
The Denver Regional Transportation District utilizes innovative bridge deck spray applied waterproofing membrane and expansion joint materials and a time saving installation process for the Eagle P3 Project.

DENVER, COLORADO - Eagle P3 is a public-private partnership comprised of three (3) Rail Lines and a Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility owned and operated by the Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) and uses spray applied waterproofing membranes to protect their bridges.

Spray applied waterproofing membrane on concrete bridge
A high performance spray applied waterproofing membrane was installed on five bridges as part of the $1.2 Billion Metrolinx Georgetown South Expansion project.
TORONTO, CANADA - High performance spray applied waterproofing was recently installed on the Kipling Avenue and Highway 27 bridges, both part of the Metrolinx Georgetown South Project.

Bridge Preservation™ BD Top Coat Cold Liquid Spray Applied Waterproofing MembraneThe Oregon DOT utilizes a fast curing, high performance, high friction spray applied waterproofing membrane on the OR22 Marion Street Bridge over the Willamette River.
SALEM, OREGON - The Marion Street Bridge is a steel plate girder bridge with Gothic arched piers.  When opened in 1953 it was the largest plate girder bridge west of the Mississippi River, spanning a total length of 2,393 feet.