• LOCATION Gainesville, Georgia
  • CLIENT Rogers Bridge
  • CHALLENGE Adapt architectural designs to real world conditions.

The precast concrete on this bridge settled under its own weight more than the bridge contractor had anticipated. As a result the architect’s design drawings for the sweeping aluminum-mesh arc walls did not reflect the realities in the field.

Our ability to perform 3D laser surveys and to build three dimensional digital models of real-world conditions from those scans allowed us to pre-build the complex curved aluminum shapes required for this project, in spite of the absence of accurate design drawings. Merging design intent to field conditions in one-of-a-kind manufactured systems allows us to complete projects, such as this one, in less time and with better fit and finish than traditional stick build contractors.