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RailWorks converted multiple ballast-deck bridges to open-deck bridges in central Georgia. 

RailWorks performed repairs to multiple ballast-deck bridges in a tight, 28-hour window on the SunRail Corridor Project.

In coastal North Carolina, RailWorks repaired a RailAmerica bridge's water-damaged steel piling.

For four months in 2011, RailWorks was at work on six superstructure bridges throughout Vermont, the same route traveled by Amtrak “Vermonter” passenger trains. 

In a 72-hour work window, RailWorks dismantled and rebuilt a 110-foot-long bridge in Kearney, Ariz.

RailWorks’ Bridge Division responded promptly after a winter derailment caused heavy damage to a Nebraska Northeastern Railroad bridge in Osmond, Neb.

RailWorks performed repair work on five Texas, Gonzales & Northern Railway (TXGN) bridges in Texas. 

After a tornado dismantled original repairs, RailWorks returned to Hurricane Creek Bridge in Holt, Ala., to lay deck and rail along the structure.

In the fall and winter of 2011, RailWorks bridge crews performed structural repairs on 25 bridges for Watco on its South Kansas and Oklahoma Line (SKOL).

As a subcontractor to American Bridge Co., RailWorks relocated 11,500 track feet of the Paducah and Louisville Railway (P&L) from the Kentucky Lake Dam along the Tennessee River to a new bridge, to make way for a new navigation lock.

RailWorks installed two 400-foot sections of track for a total of 800 feet on a new lift span, which replaced a swing span.