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Bridge Demolition Projects

Urban growth and changes in transportation infrastructure make upgrading and replacing bridges a common activity in the construction industry. Whether you’re in need of a partial demolition or a total bridge demolition, PDI has the experience, engineering expertise and machine power needed to tackle these projects. 

Bridge Demolition Projects
19 full bridge demolitions and 13 partial removals on Interstate 66 in Virginia

2019 – 2021

Interstate Highway 66, Virginia

One of our largest projects yet, with a total of 19 full bridge demolitions and 13 partial removals, PDI continues to utilize our innovation, new technology and years of experience to move our portion of the I66 project forward faster and safer than ever before.

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Imperial Road Bridge demolition project in Port Bruce Ontario

2018

Port Bruce Bridge

When floodwaters ravaged Port Bruce in 2018, fast moving waters caused the collapse of the Imperial Road Bridge over Catfish Creek. The County of Elgin contracted PDI to remedy this dangerous situation.

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Highway 400 bridge demolitions near Port Severn Ontario

2017 – 2018

Port Severn Bridge

Priestly Demolition Inc was contracted by Looby Construction Ltd. to demolish two highway 400 bridge structures over the Trent Severn waterway.

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Victoria Street underpass demolition in Cambridge Ontario

2018

Victoria Street Bridge

The Victoria Street Underpass is a 130 m, four span circular voided post-tensioned concrete slab bridge on the 401 in Cambridge, Ontario.

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Nicholas Street bridge demolition project in Ottawa

2019

Nicholas Street Bridge

The Nicholas Bridge is an overpass bridge spanning 250’ over Hwy 417 in Ottawa, Ontario.

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7th Street interchange reconstruction project

2015 – 2016

7th Street Interchange Reconstruction

PDI has deservedly earned a reputation as being the best at bridge demolition. In particular, they have developed proprietary processes that make it possible for them to demolish vehicular bridges in very short periods of time.

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