FIGG is making headlines as we positively impact the communities surrounding our projects.
The New Ship Channel Bridge on the Sam Houston Tollway – 2,720' (1,320' main span) signature cable-stayed bridge.
47 Miles of FIGG-designed bridges along the Gulf & Atlantic coasts were open to traffic after hurricanes without damage
The new I-91 Brattleboro Bridge replaced two aging steel bridges that were built in 1958. The bridge design was inspired by the natural beauty of Vermont.
The new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge carries the US Route 1 Bypass and a heavy rail line that serves the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard over the Piscataqua River.
The new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge features precast, posttensioned concrete, segmental box girder approaches in a stacked configuration with the vehicle spans on top and the railroad spans below.
City of Virginia Beach produces luminous signature bridge
For over 42 years, FIGG companies have been nationally recognized in the bridge industry, creating sustainable designs that blend timless artistry and engineering.
The company building the new Cline Avenue bridge is resurfacing the approaches to the East Chicago bridge in preparation for opening the new span next year.
The biggest public works project in Harris County history is stuck in the mud – and that’s a good thing.
New Houston bridge designed to carry massive load.
Project news on the new Ship Channel Bridge, Lesner Bridge, Cline Avenue Bridge, and Sarah Mildred Long Bridge.
The movable midspan, elevated clearance, and reduced number of piers of this replacement bridge over the Piscataqua River improve marine navigation.
This feature published as "Through a Narrow Slip" in May 2019 issue of Roads & Bridges.
On June 8, 2018, residents and dignitaries from New Hampshire and Maine gathered to celebrate the opening of the new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge.