PELET recently finished a rail system for a PADOT bridge in Bethlehem, PA. Subsequently, PELET welded and finished the structural components to the exact specifications determined by the PADOT engineers who worked on the project design. Review the images below – not only were vehicle railings included in this project

PELET fabricated this pedestrian handrail system for a bridge in Morris County, NJ. Not only is it functional to NJDOT standards, but it is also beautiful. Our scope for this project included fabrication, welding, finishing/painting, and delivery of the handrail pictured below.

With our AISC Fracture Critical Endorsement (FCM), PELET supplied the general contractor, J. D. Eckman, Inc. with the specified material and fabricated components to restore this historic truss bridge. Should any of the FCM components fail, the bridge would collapse. PELET has an impressive resume fabricating componets for cyclic, compression,

At one time, Kinzua Bridge was one of the tallest railroad bridges in the world. The bridge collapsed under the pressure of a tornado in 2003. In 2009 PELET was tasked with turning the remaining structure into an observation deck named the Kinzua Sky Walk. The observation deck included a

PELET supplied barrier post assemblies, as well as barrier rails and splice tubes, on both sides of this bridge crossing Pequea Creek. A less common element, PELET fabricated a radiused section to conform with the curve in the roadway. The team at PELET is proud of our long resume of


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