Bridge Parapet

From the beginning, slipforming bridge parapet (bridge walls) has been at the core of our business, and today that is no different. To date, we have slipformed more than 1.5 million linear feet of bridge parapet on more than 2,450 bridges across several states.  We have the capability to slipform various profiles of bridge parapet, including retrofit bridge parapet on bridge rehabilitation projects.  We have also been fortunate enough to be a part of several major bridge projects spanning the Mississippi River, Missouri River, White River, Arkansas River, Red River, Ouachita River, and Canadian River.  Our bridge crews are very mobile and are always looking for ways to become more versatile to better serve our customers.

As shown in the picture above, Gerdan Slipforming installed more than 40,000 LF of bridge parapet and bridge median walls on the John James Audubon Bridge spanning the Mississippi River in St. Francisville, Louisiana.

The picture above shows a standard 33” tall Jersey-Face Arkansas Bridge Parapet being extruded from our mold. Our experienced operators excel in providing a consistent product that requires minimal finish work for our concrete finishers behind the paver.

This pictures shows Gerdan Slipforming installing a customized bridge parapet on the Broadway Bridge spanning the Arkansas River in Little Rock, Arkansas. On this particular day in February of 2017, we installed more than 1,400 LF of bridge parapet.

The picture above shows Gerdan Slipforming installing a 42” F-Shape Parapet on a new flyover structure in Oklahoma. We received numerous compliments from ODOT and the contractor we worked for on the quality of the parapet wall we slipformed.

The picture above shows Gerdan Slipforming installing a retrofit bridge parapet (officially noted as Curb Blockout) in Southeast Missouri. As state and federal budgets have become tighter in recent years and new bridges are being built less often, Gerdan Slipforming has been installing these retrofit bridge parapets much more frequently.