"With our combined ability to deliver world-class steel bridges with spans that can exceed 400 feet long and four lanes wide, we can now offer more choices to customers around the world," said Bill Killeen, president and CEO of Acrow Bridge. "Both companies' modular bridging solutions are designed to roll into place without the need for large cranes. This enables us to install bridges in locations where limited space or heavy equipment has been a major obstacle to bridge building."
Acrow Bridge's main fabrication plant is located in the U.S. Structal-Bridges operates manufacturing facilities in both the U.S. and Canada.
Robin Lapointe, vice president of Structal-Bridges, said, "We are excited about increasing our presence in North America and in other parts of the world through our partnership with Acrow Bridge and together, raising the bar in our industry to the benefit of our customers."