Brayman CEO Steve Muck was joined by State and local officials from Ohio and Kentucky for a ceremonial walk across the newly connected Ironton Russell Bridge. Both groups started on their respective sides of the river and walked out to meet in the middle at the location of the closure segment. This event gave the state […]
Each year the March of Dimes honors the accomplishments of those in the forefront of both the public and private sectors of the transportation, building and construction industries. Brayman Construction was honored at this year’s luncheon, held on June 23rd, with the 2016 Transportation Project of the Year Award for the Hulton Bridge Replacement Project. This award honors outstanding […]
Utilizing accelerated construction techniques, the SR 30 Bridge over Bessemer Avenue was removed and reassembled over the May 20th weekend in a fascinating jigsaw puzzle like process. Brayman started demolition of the 56-foot long, single span structure on Friday night at 9:00 pm, replaced both abutment stems, set precast deck modules and approach slabs and reopened […]
At a few minutes before 10:00am on January 26, 2016, Brayman Construction Corporation, based in Saxonburg, PA successfully imploded the old Hulton Bridge river crossing.  The 107-year-old structure in Oakmont, PA required 150 pounds of dynamite and 51 charges to bring down and land, as planned, in the Allegheny River below. Brayman built the replacement […]
Brayman Construction held its 3rd annual Cub Scout Day of Learning on December 5, 2015 at its headquarters in Saxonburg, PA. This program is designed each year to foster interest in science, technology, engineering and math; commonly known as STEM. In attendance were approximately 100 Webelos Scouts, parents and leaders from 8 different packs from across […]
“The New Jonathan Hulton Bridge in Oakmont, PA Opens to Traffic” Saxonburg, PA—October 20, 2015—Brayman Construction Corporation (Brayman) announced the official opening of the new Jonathan Hulton Bridge ($65M), over the Allegheny River in Oakmont, PA. Governor Tom Wolf, who participated in the official opening ceremony, stated that “Today’s opening represents another step forward for the […]
“State of the Practice of Structural and Geotechnical Micropile Design” Saxonburg, PA—September 29, 2015—Jonathan Bennett, Chief Engineer and Business Development Manager for Brayman Construction Corporation (Brayman) presented the keynote “State of the Practice of Structural and Geotechnical Micropile Design” at the DFI / ADSC Micropile and Anchored Earth Retention Seminar held on September 15-16, 2015 […]
Brayman Construction Corporation recently announced that the Jonathan Hulton Bridge, a major river crossing in Oakmont, would be opening to traffic on October 20, 2015.  Pennsylvania Transportation Secretary Leslie Richards attended the announcement ceremony on September 17th, stating that the opening is “another milestone on our journey to a better tomorrow”.  The ceremony was featured […]
Brayman has completed the drilling of 40 of 132 (9 5/8″) micropiles to support foundations for a new Norfolk Southern Railroad Bridge near Federal Street in Pittsburgh. Brayman is a subcontractor for the Trumbull Corporation project. Due to phasing for track restrictions, 48 micropiles must be drilled under the existing bridge in less than 15 […]
Construction of the new Lilly Bridge is nearing an end in West Virginia. After an early cold winter delayed the completion of the deck last year, the team was fully prepared to complete the task as soon as the weather broke in the spring. With the deck construction now complete, the abutment special reinforcement backfill […]
Brayman Construction ranked number 325 on the 2015 Engineering News Record’s Top 400 Contractors’ List. We are pleased to announce that this is a 40 place increase over last year’s ranking. View the complete 2015 ENR Top400 Contractors’ List and annual publication.
Brayman was recently evaluated and presented with an A-Rating by the Maryland State Highway Administration for Safety and Resurfacing work performed on I-95/495 last year. Rating criteria was based on a scale from 0 to 5, with 5 being excellent. In the category of Contractor Administration, Personnel, Equipment and Public Relations, Brayman received a 4.3 […]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) – Huntington District and Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) marked the completion of the Dover Dam Safety Assurance Project with a ribbon cutting ceremony on March 31, 2015, in Dover, Ohio. Brayman was the primary contractor for the $38 million, two-phase project that rehabilitated and brought the 78-year-old […]
Brayman was recently awarded a $4.5M project by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation District 1-0 for the replacement of the SR 173-B02 (Adams Street) bridge spanning French Creek, located in Cochranton, PA. The project involves the removal of the existing 310-foot long, 2-span, through-truss bridge originally built in 1930. The new 340-foot long bridge will […]
Brayman was awarded the drilled shaft package for the new Ambling University Development Group’s SkyVue Apartment Building. The 14-story building is being constructed in Oakland, PA. The project consist of 195 drilled shafts with diameters ranging from 30″ to 84″ and is being built for Massaro Corporation of Pittsburgh.