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Steve Noble - InQuik Bridging Systems

Almost 1 in 4 bridges in the U.S. are structurally deficient. Thousands of bridges, constructed in the 70’s and 80’s to finish the nation’s highway system, are now nearing the end of their anticipated 50-year life; meaning they could fail at any moment, particularly when faced with tough weather. That’s why at InQuik, we’re striving...

Exciting news! Our podcast episode with Engineering Management Institute is now live! Tune in as our President Logan Mullaney explores the world of innovation in bridge construction. Listen to the episode here: https://lnkd.in/gib6D2ym Additionally, a big shoutout to Civil + Structural Engineer Media for featuring our Eau Claire County project, and highlighting all of its...

The Arakadiko/Kazarma Bridge, dating back to the Greek Bronze Age from 1600 – 1100 BCE, is believed to be the oldest existing bridge in the world. This ancient wonder served as a highway between the cities of Tiryns and Epidauros in Argolis, Greece. And what’s even more incredible? It’s still in use today! At InQuik,...

Here’s a major environmental threat – Culverts. Culverts are a common construction method that allows water to pass from one side of a road/bridge to another. Unfortunately, though convenient for us, they interfere with natural water flow and harm wildlife. By limiting the movements of migratory fish, we disrupt their access to food and spawning...

Big thanks to STAR News for recommending InQuik as the perfect replacement for the structurally deficient Scotch Creek Bridge on CTH N, recognizing the substantial time and cost savings we offer! Check out the article here: https://www.centralwinews.com/uncategorized/2023/11/07/scotch-creek-bridge-needs-to-quickly-be-replaced/?destination=star-news  

Biden-Harris Administration Announces $1.5 Billion Available through the 2023 RAISE Grant Program Thursday, December 15, 2022 Popular RAISE Discretionary Grant Program helps communities build transportation projects that have significant local or regional impact and improve safety and equity.  WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Transportation has published a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for $1.5 billion...