For the Transportation Market Structural Technologies, a Structural Group Company, has formed a strategic partnership with RJ Watson, Inc. to expand its presence in the Transportation market. Peter Emmons, President and CEO of Structural Group, in making the announcement stated that “we are very pleased to enter into this strategic agreement, collaborating with RJ Watson will strengthen both companies as we work together to solve complex infrastructure challenges within the Transportation industry”. RJ Watson will represent the full suite of Structural Technologies products and provide service to its established customer base in the Transportation sector.
RJ Watson, Inc. has a long history of providing products and services to the Transportation industry and devotes all its energies to developing structural engineering solutions for the heavy civil industry throughout the world. Their emphasis is on the utilization of state of the art technology combined with subject matter experts renowned for their knowledge and experience. Teaming the structural strengthening, corrosion control, post-tensioning and repair product line of Structural Technologies with RJ Watson will enhance Structural Group’s ability to service the Transportation sector.
With the added construction capabilities of Structural Group’s construction companies (STRUCTURAL and PULLMAN) with branch locations across the United States, RJ Watson will enhance its ability to deliver a wide range of turnkey product and restoration services to bridge owners and consultants.
Ron Watson, President of RJ Watson stated that “working with Structural Technologies our company now has an unmatched offering for repair and upgrade products. We are excited about this partnership and look forward to working closely with Structural Technologies across the US”.
The largest project in the history of Ohio, The Portsmouth Bypass, is a 16-mile long bypass of Portsmouth, Ohio via State Route 823/Southern Ohio Veterans Memorial Highway.
Three of the steel plate girder bridges featured Disktron Bearings which ranged from 225 kips to 900 kips in vertical load capacity. One of the bridges also required uplift restraint, which was easily accommodated with the Disktron design. The rotational capacity of these bearings was 0.025 radians and the displacements on the expansion bearings ranged from 3 to 6 inches.
Minneapolis Convention Center
April 4-6 Virginia DOT Training Workshop
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April 6-8 – ASCE Structures Congress
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May 22-24 – Western Bridge Preservation Partnership Meeting
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June 4-8 – International Bridge Conference
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August 21-22 – New York City Bridge Conference
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September 6-8 – Western Bridge Engineer’s Seminar
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