Team Brayman recently wrapped up the finishing details on the test anchor for our Low Head Dam project on the Broad River in North Carolina. This project is the third and largest of a three-site program awarded to Brayman Construction for improvements at the client’s low head dams. Despite some high water and early hot […]
Team Brayman recently completed the concrete on the apron overlay section of Bluestone Dam. In celebration of all the hardworking men and women who made this milestone happen, Bandit BBQ out of Beaver, WV was brought in to provide lunch to our crews. This is just a small token of our appreciation to our crews […]
#TeamBrayman is proud to congratulate our intern Jacob Brown on being featured in the June edition of the Valley Business Front Magazine. The article focuses on Jacob’s major in Construction Engineering and Management and how it helps tie together the technical engineering aspects of construction with the leadership aspects of management. Jacob can be seen […]
Team Brayman recently started placing concrete for the culvert bases as part of the new river chamber watering/dewatering system. When the concrete placement is completed, the top concrete surface receives a high-velocity finish. There are two culverts that run the length of the chamber floor.
We would like to commend several of our Brayman Team Members for their Act of Kindness in assisting a stranded gentleman on RT 495 at the Transform 66 Outside the Beltway Project. Without their kindness, quick response, and patience, this incident could have had a very different outcome. On May 4, 2022, around 10:00 a.m., […]
Please welcome our 2022 summer interns, our largest class of summer interns to date; Bradley, Brett, Daniel, Jacob, Delaney, Jerry, Josiah, Lucas, and Shane. Our 14-week Internship Program is designed to provide full exposure to a wide variety of construction projects and processes. These students began the program on May 9th with orientation and safety […]
We know how to work hard but we also know how to play hard. Last week, some Team Brayman members took a trip to our local Top Golf, for a work outing!
When it’s 4th and goal, you can always count on Team Brayman to call the right play. We recently completed the installation of 11-7/8” Micropiles for temporary shoring as part of the Gate C Expansion project at Beaver Stadium – Penn State.
Team Brayman has successfully set and grouted all of the 18” Pipe Pile on the VDOT D13 – Rte. 58 Project. This milestone will allow us to install all of the undercut backfill and prepare to construct the MSE Wall on this Abutment.
Team Brayman recently mobilized to begin the installation of a Permanent Micropile Retaining Wall to stabilize a transmission Line in rural Meigs County, Ohio. Our excavator-mounted Comacchio E-60 drill rig allows us the versatility to access the work area and install the Micropiles and tiebacks to stabilize the slide.
It’s not every day you see a 160ft tall tower crane in the middle of the river. Check out the latest milestone at our Bluestone Dam project as we get ready to close the right side stilling basin for the next 2.5 years.
Team Brayman would like to congratulate our Chairman & CEO, Stephen Muck, who was listed on City and State PA’s first Construction Power 75 list. This list identifies the leading builders, contractors, public officials, construction managers, consultants, lawyers, and advocates who are building – and rebuilding – the commonwealth. Read more about his accomplishment here.  https://bit.ly/2022ConstructionPower75
Team Brayman has successfully completed the Phase 2 structural steel erection on the VDOT C94 Twin Bridge Replacements Project in Amelia, VA. The erection involved setting the girders and diaphragms over top of Business Route 360, and a Norfolk Southern railroad track. The operation was completed with the use of our 222 Crane as pictured. […]
Hammer Time! The only thing “harder” than working in an active stilling basin is the 30,000-psi rock beneath it. Team Brayman has started working around the clock performing rock excavation to various depths within the stilling basin to facilitate foundation preparation and concrete construction.
Team Brayman recently completed the placement of two reinforced concrete bulkheads at our Low Head Dam project on the Saluda River in South Carolina. One hundred cubic yards of concrete was placed using a 58-Meter pump truck and a tremie system to construct the bulkheads. The bulkheads are designed to supplement the structural integrity of […]