Bridges

Rick Franklin Corporation designs and constructs heavy-duty bridges made from flat-bed railroad cars, the ultimate in recycling and reusing.

These are all steel-constructed bridges which are made to our client’s specifications for a fraction of the cost of new bridge construction. Private landowners, golf courses, logging industry, and watershed preservation organizations make up just a few of our clients.

These bridges have a tremendous load capacity and can be topped with decking of pressure treated lumber for longer lasting service. Concrete abutments are available for setting the bridge.

Flat-car and pedestrian bridges are very cost-effective, made to last and are available in lengths from 20 to 90  feet.   Rick Franklin Corporation offers transportation to your placement site at an additional cost.

Skanska Bridge

Built for the Skanska Construction Corp for the University of Washington project.

Skanska Bridge

Skanska Bridge

Mike Nelson Bridge

These images are of the bridge loaded and preparing to depart for The Dalles, Oregon.

Mike Nelson Bridge

Marrone Bridge

These pictures are of the Marrone bridge under construction in our yard prior to transportation.

Marrone Bridge

Marrone Bridge

Hornung Bridge

Installed near Lebanon, Oregon

Hornung Bridge

Hornung Bridge

For Information Contact:

John Stolsig
Flatcar Sales
o: 800-428-1516
c: 541-401-4018
info@rfc-nw.com