About Us

Brayman is a leading heavy civil and geotechnical contractor with office headquarters in suburban Pittsburgh. Incorporated in 1947, as a family-owned business with a staff of two, Brayman has grown, diversified and evolved its construction services from a small bridge and concrete company to a large, nationally recognized provider of complex, heavy civil construction projects servicing both public and private sector clients.

The Company has expertise in a wide variety of projects including large scale complex bridges, deep foundations, marine and dam construction and rehabilitation, complex and heavy steel erection and rehabilitation, and demolition services.


It’s not just a catchy slogan, it’s our daily motivation. Safety is at the core of our work and is supported at all levels. We don’t just talk the talk; we put it into action every day. Our safety team members know that their role is vital and that they are supported by management to effect positive change at each and every opportunity, from an active project site, to a fabrication shop, to the corporate office.


Brayman owns, operates, maintains and deploys an expansive fleet of equipment, trucking and vehicles. Equipment service and maintenance is performed by our specially trained mechanics and technicians, and is mobilized from our suburban Pittsburgh headquarters. The ability to control the critical path through the management of this equipment is key to overall success.



The Beginning

Brayman Construction was incorporated with a staff of two



Current owner acquired business


PA SR66 Apollo Bridge

Recognized as PennDOT’s first ever design-build project, the Apollo Bridge included the design and construction of a five-span prestressed concrete I-beam bridge over the Kiskiminetas River in Apollo, PA.


Record Setting I-64 Kanawha River Bridge Opened in WV

This award winning project, located in Charleston, WV, is a cast-in-place cantilever segmental bridge.

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2010 - Cont

Prettyboy Dam Rehabilitation

Brayman installed an underwater anchorage system consisting of underwater drilling, installation and stressing of 38 bar anchors and 12 mid-width holes.  This method is described by Dam rehabilitation experts as the first of its type in the world. Read More


Dulles Corridor Metro Phase 1 Silver Line Milestone Project

This project included the installation of 724 drilled caissons to support the elevated guideways and stations for the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project in Fairfax County, VA.

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2011 - cont.

Bluestone Dam, Dam Safety Assurance Phase 2B

Project Dates: 05/31/2005 – 11/04/2011 Installation of 216 high capacity strand anchors. First application of directional drilling for this type of construction.

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Award-Winning Hulton Bridge Completed in Oakmont, PA

A major milestone for Brayman, the steel erection for the Hulton Bridge was completed when the final 60-foot wide, 283-foot long, 1,200-ton section was strand jacked into position.

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Record-Setting and Award-Winning Ironton-Russell River Bridge Opened Connecting KY AND OH

The new structure took approximately four and one half years to build and was opened on November 23, 2016, providing a main route for trucking and transportation in Ohio.

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Bluestone Dam, Dam Safety Assurance Phase 3

Project Dates: 03/28/2011 – 02/02/2017 Construction of heavy civil concrete elements: penstock stilling basin and baffles with scour pad and exit pad, two training walls, five divider walls.

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2017 - cont.

Accelerated Bridge Construction Project Completed for PA Turnpike Commission

Work began in the Spring of 2017 on the PA Turnpike Commission’s Superstructure Replacement of WB-224B in Beaver County.

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Brayman CEO Receives Award

Stephen Muck, CEO of Brayman Construction Corporation and Co-founder & CEO of TyBot, LLC on receiving Engineering News-Record’s 2017 Top 25 Newsmaker Award at their April 5th ENR luncheon in NYC. This award was in recognition of his outstanding achievement in bringing TyBot™, an autonomous rebar-tying robot, to the construction industry.