Acrow Bridge Opens Centralia Facility to Meet Increasing Rental Demand in the Northwest
CENTRALIA, WA Acrow Bridge openes a new storage facility in Centralia, Washington, to better serve the growing market for rental bridges in Washington, Oregon, Northern California, Montana, Idaho and Utah. The new location is larger than previous regional facilities and offers both indoor and outdoor storage along with rail shipment and easy port access for shipment to Pacific Rim customers.
A leading provider of rental bridges in the U.S. and Canada, Acrow maintains a substantial stock of modular steel bridging components that can be quickly shipped and assembled into any size bridge up to four lanes wide. Many state transportation agencies and contractors already keep their own inventory of Acrow modular steel bridges to provide a safer, faster and more economical alternative for bridge construction than the traditional "phased" approach where lanes are frequently moved to direct traffic around construction sites.
"Every day, all over the country, bridges are being replaced or renovated, creating a continual need for bridges," said Bill Killeen, President and CEO of Acrow Bridge. "Prefabricated modular detour bridges are a logical choice for state DOTs and contractors who need to stay on or ahead of schedule. Acrow bridges not only allow traffic to be safely maintained at full capacity during construction, they have also proven to be a significant cost savings opportunity for contractors."
Acrow's rental bridge services include quick delivery to most points in the U.S. and Canada, engineering drawings in compliance with customer specifications, on-site engineers to oversee bridge installation, and return delivery upon project completion. The new Centralia facility is located at 3707 Galvin Road, Centralia, Washington, 98531.