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Services in Pennsylvania

DH Glabe & Associates provides construction and structural engineering services in the Keystone State of Pennsylvania. This includes engineering for commercial, industrial, heavy civil, and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) projects. DH Glabe & Associates services all metro areas throughout the state including Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Erie and Scranton.

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Bridge Falsework Engineering

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Concrete Shoring Engineering

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Davit and Anchor Testing

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Demolition Plan Design Engineering

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Earthquake Engineering

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Earth Shoring Engineering

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Expert Witness and Accident Investigation

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Facade Access Consulting

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Fall Protection Engineering

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Finite Element Analysis

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Formwork Engineering

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Reshoring Engineering

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Rigging and Erection Plan Engineering

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Scaffold and Shoring Testing

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Scaffolding Engineering

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Structural Engineering

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Structural Shoring Engineering

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Wall Bracing Engineering

Columbia–Wrightsville Bridge in Wrightsville, Pennsylvania

Columbia–Wrightsville Bridge in Wrightsville, Pennsylvania

This state has many interesting geographical feature from Lake Eerie to the North and the Appalachian Mountain Range on its eastern side and is known to have severe weather including annual tornadoes, making the need for constant reconstruction necessary. The Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge is technically named the Veterans Memorial Bridge and spans 6,657 feet across the Susquehanna River between the towns of Columbia and Wrightsville. Built in 1930, it was designed by James B. Long and constructed by Glen Wiley and Glenway Maxon. The concrete deck arch bridge carries two lanes of Pennsylvania Route 462 and is comprised of 100,000 cubic yards of concrete and eight million pounds of steel with 27 river piers and 22 approach piers.

1150 First Avenue, STE 511, King of Prussia, PA 19406