Constructability and structural integrity are hallmarks of Erdman Anthony’s bridge design tradition. Our firm turns effective analysis, innovative design, and construction management into lasting landmarks in transportation infrastructure and provides solutions for state DOTs, toll road authorities, and municipalities throughout the eastern United States.
Our approach begins with meticulous study of every facet of your project, including overall objectives, schedule requirements, budget constraints, community impacts, and environmental sensitivities.
It takes a lot of experience and know-how to navigate the federal and state regulatory approval processes smoothly. Erdman Anthony has close working relationships with the permitting agencies in the states where we work regularly.
Trust Erdman Anthony to bring these relationships to your bridge project.
This NYSDOT Region 4 project brought comprehensive bridge design and other improvements to the I-390 at I-490 interchange, which connects the region’s centers of economic activity.
Watch to learn more about this design-build collaboration.
Portions of the Pennsylvania Turnpike required replacement to the subgrade. Find out how our construction services unit helped to increase capacity and efficiency through the busy capital region and improved safety conditions throughout the corridor.
Take a quick flyover of PennDOT District 8-0’s new interchange at Interstate 83 Exit 4 in Shrewsbury.
PennDOT District 2-0’s improvements to US Route 322 – Potters Mills Gap in central Pennsylvania feature an interchange that improves traffic safety and reduces congestion. See three key elements designed by Erdman Anthony that make traffic flow smoother there.
PennDOT District 6-0’s comprehensive upgrades to I-95/Cottman Avenue-Princeton Avenue in Philadelphia have made it easier and safer for commuters in one of the most heavily trafficked corridors in the country. Erdman Anthony provided vital inspection services for the project.
The John James Audubon Parkway bridges in Amherst, N.Y., were once-compromised structures that had exposed steel reinforcement and deteriorating concrete. Today, a road realignment, a roundabout, and a prefabricated steel truss span for bicyclists and pedestrians have transformed transportation in this community.