Transportation Construction Expertise

Our nation’s transportation infrastructure is vitally important and S&B USA Construction companies are experts within the industry. Our expertise is led by long-standing working relationships with numerous State Departments of Transportation and Transportation Authorities for the development of roadways and bridges.

Our companies have constructed hundreds of lane miles of roadways and have performed construction work on hundreds of bridges. S&B USA Construction performs work ranging from rehabilitation of our nation’s transportation infrastructure to the demolition and creation of new roads and bridges. In addition, while this type of work can involve road closures, our personnel often find ways to maintain traffic without interruption to service.

S&B USA Construction has significant experience in supporting private clients in the transportation sector, such as railroads. In addition to demolition and new construction activities for these clients, we have established good relationships with railroads when managing adjacent projects and not disrupting their operations for nearby project work.

With nearly 100 years of combined experience between our companies, S&B USA Construction is among the area’s leaders in transportation construction.

Jerome Street Bridge Rehabilitation

Fay’s $15.44 million phased rehabilitation of the Jerome Street Bridge includes repairs of structural steel repairs, concrete substructures and bearings; replacement of the deck with one that has a Polyester Polymer Concrete (PPC) overlay, sidewalk, barriers, parapet, stringers, expansion dams; full painting; and approach roadway work. The project is anticipated to be completed in November 2022.

Chatham Bridge Rehabilitation and Replacement

Fay is performing the Chatham Bridge Rehabilitation and Replacement for VDOT in Stafford County. This project is to widen the bridge deck to provide four – 10’ wide travel lanes and a barrier-separated shared use path on the downstream side. Specifically, the project will replace the superstructure and repair the substructure.

MDSHA MD85 (Phase 1) at I-270 Interchange Reconstruction

Reconstruction of the MD 85 and I-270 interchange, including approximately 1.1 miles of MD 85 and 1.3 miles of I-270 is underway. Work consists of the widening of more than two miles of roadway, the reconstruction of ramps and approaches, utility relocations, and the installation of drainage, sidewalks, highway lighting, traffic signals, and SWM facilities. The project also includes the removal of existing I-270 twin bridges over MD 85 and rebuilding a new three-span, 450’ long and 120’ wide structure to carry I-270 northbound and southbound traffic over MD 85.