Resilient Infrastructure: Silo Farm Bridge

March 14, 2024by Steve Noble

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 to replace as many deficient bridges as quickly as possible. Our efficient, yet durable system ensures over a 75+ year design life with minimal maintenance – making it the perfect emergency replacement solution for bridges prone to disasters and flooding.

Check out our Silo Farm bridge – it sustained no damages despite being completely overtopped during a flood!