Do you build things? Curious about how aluminum works for a bridge spanning two tall buildings, a pier in an environmentally protected waterway, or a tough Ford F-150? Curious about how aluminum can change your life (or already a fan, like us)? Then this blog is for you. Stay tuned for our thoughts on constructing bridges, docks, and more from this glorious metallic element. And please join the dialog with your tweets, emails, calls and comments.
MARIETTA, GA (November 14, 2018) – CMI Limited Co. (CMI), announced today the acquisition of Mantle Industries a leading producer of aluminum ramps, gangways, catwalks and bridges for the northwest United States, Alaska and Canada from their facility based in Blaine, Washington. Mantle, along with CMI’s existing aluminum fabrication division, Gator (GatorDock and GatorBridge), will continue […][MORE]
The entire team at GatorBridge and GatorDock is looking forward to lots of smiles and joy with friends and family over the holidays. Meanwhile, we’re working diligently to fulfill orders from our customers. Last week seemed like a good time to reflect on 2014, so we surprised a few of our colleagues with an impromptu […][MORE]
Looks like we’re in for a harsh winter. The holidays provide a nice diversion, but how we can maintain cheery dispositions until we thaw out weeks after Groundhog Day? Try this for a coping mechanism: Reminisce about those hot summer days when you could retreat to a water park! Last summer, one of Gator’s favorite […][MORE]
GatorBridge recently played a role in maintaining one of America’s most venerable engineering marvels: the series of locks and dams that enable ships and barges to navigate 981 miles on the Ohio River. A watercraft travelling the river’s full length must stair-step its way through 21 locks maintained by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers […][MORE]
As you’ve seen in this blog, GatorBridge makes a tremendous variety of pedestrian bridges in all sorts of configurations. Every project we complete has one thing in common: the core material we use is a military-grade alloy of aluminum. Did you know aluminum is the third most common element in the Earth’s crust? Here […][MORE]