BridgeTech is a nationally recognized engineering firm that focuses on innovative computer modeling solutions for the design, analysis, and rating of highway bridges. BridgeTech is also a consultant in information technology related to large database development for transportation-related structures and research/development related to the engineering of bridges and their ancillary structures. We provide services to various state departments of transportation by maintaining and updating their informational systems. We provide services to the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) for maintaining and updating their BRASS™ Suite of bridge engineering software programs.
BridgeTech also performs computer-based research activities for state and federal agencies, including the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), The National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP), and the American Association of Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). BridgeTech helps plan, develop, maintain, and enhance several structural engineering software systems that are used daily within the United States.
We also provide training services for the bridge engineering software that we maintain. As consultants, we work on a fee-for-service basis.
BridgeTech, Inc. is a team of civil engineering professionals who specialize in highway bridge engineering software applications, special studies, and consulting services. Our team helps plan, develop, maintain, and enhance several structural engineering software systems that are used daily within the United States. Members of our engineering team are Professional Engineers licensed in the State of Wyoming.
BridgeTech provides specialized training in the use of BRASS™ software. A private instructor-led workshop is a great way to introduce engineers to the software or even provide a refresher for experienced users. A multi-day workshop is recommended if the focus includes BRASS-GIRDER™, BRASS-CULVERT™, or BRASS-PIER(LRFD)™.
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BridgeTech is ready to perform research studies related to bridge engineering. Past studies have involved bridge analysis and rating, load factor calibration, specification development, and specification comparisons.