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The impressive architecture and strength of Rigidply’s Wood Timber Bridges is a refreshing take on bridge construction. Often more economical than concrete or steel, glued laminated wood bridge construction affords a wide variety of styling. Southern Yellow Pine and Red Maple are currently the two most common wood species used. Alaskan Yellow Cedar is becoming popular for bridge decking, curb, and rail systems. Preservative treated glulam structural wood timbers offer a life expectancy greater than that of steel or concrete! Traditional CCA and Pentachlorophenol (Penta) treatments as well as specialty treatments such as creosote remain popular options.
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