The SPS Structures Maintenance Division has performed all types of bridge repairs and maintenance to hundreds of bridges throughout Massachusetts and New England. We specialize in repairing concrete bridge decks, concrete substructures, structural steel, joints, bearings and copings.
The SPS Maintenance Team’s responsiveness and efficient, safe performance – at any time of day or night – has earned an unmatched reputation of excellence. This diligence serves to minimize travel delays for commuters, and improve the condition and safety of roads and highways throughout the Commonwealth and New England.
Project Value: $15M
Overview:SPS New England is currently performing the following scopes of work along a 1-1/2 mile stretch of Route 28 between 3rd Street in Cambridge and Broadway Street in Somerville: Bridge Deck, Scupper & Joint Repairs on Two Bridges over the MBTA Green Line & Keolis Commuter Rail Reconstruction of Deteriorated Bridge Barrier Curbing & Sidewalk MORE >
Location: Boston & Milton
Project Value: $10M
Overview:This project includes bridge and highway maintenance as well as highway resurfacing along a 2.5 mile stretch of one of the most heavily-travelled sections of I-93 in Boston and Milton. Bridge maintenance work includes concrete parapet repairs, bridge deck repairs, bridge membrane replacement and joint replacement on three bridges. Highway work includes guardrail repairs, drainage MORE >
Location: MassDOT District 5 – Various Locations
Project Value: $2.5M
Overview:This project included scheduled and emergency maintenance and operation of eight (8) MassDOT-owned drawbridges at various locations within District 5. The types of maintenance repairs ranged from structural steel, reinforced concrete, mechanical and MORE >
Location: Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA
Project Value: $1.6M
Owner: Norton's Point Association
Overview:Originally constructed around 1912, the Norton’s Point Bridge spans a right of way controlled by the MBTA. The SPS Structures Maintenance Team worked closely with the owner and their engineer during this two-phase project to address cosmetic and structural concerns on a 375-foot section that spans the MBTA Commuter Rail. MORE >