American Bridge has a long history taking on challenging and unique steel erection projects, often requiring unprecedented techniques.
Our favorite saying is that “nothing is too anything for American Bridge.” We thrive on challenges and projects that demand a high level of engineering and field construction competence. As a company, we retain a strong interest in unique projects, and continually prove our ability to solve tough construction challenges through our in-house engineering capabilities and accomplished field staff.
Throughout our history, American Bridge has worked on many renowned entertainment, sport, and special structure projects. American Bridge constructed the 550-foot Las Vegas High Roller, the world’s largest observation wheel. American Bridge also has experience working on iconic structures such as Disney’s Millennium Icon in Orlando, Florida, Chicago’s Picasso in Downtown Chicago, the Antel Tower in Montevideo, Uruguay, the Unisphere in New York, and the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Defense, Exploration, and Industry
American Bridge has worked on complex and mission-critical structures for public and private clients, spanning the industrial, utility, and defense markets. Notable projects include the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center, Launch Complex 17B at Cape Canaveral, multiple Minutemen Facilities, numerous penstocks, and, during World War II, over 100 Landing Ship Tanks.