Spokane, WA, United States

As part of the construction of the new North Spokane Corridor Freeway, the Washington State Department of Transportation needed to realign a section of BNSF railroad tracks that was in the path of the new freeway. In May of 2014, the contractor who had been awarded this work, and was a longtime customer of Portland Bolt, came to us with their list of bolting requirements.

Over the course of the next year Portland Bolt manufactured and shipped nine loads of anchor rods, headed anchor bolts, square plate washers, as well as coupling nuts, lock nuts, and other miscellaneous hardware. All of the items were hot dip galvanized and 100% domestic per the project requirements. The anchor rods were ASTM F1554 Grade 55 steel and varied from 4 feet to 20 feet in length. All told, Portland Bolt shipped 27,500 pounds of fasteners to the job site with full certifications and WSDOT CMO paperwork in order.

With the aid of our bolts, the contractor relocated 7.5 miles of existing rail track, built two freeway bridges, built a one mile extension of the Children of the Sun Trail, and built two pedestrian/bike trail bridges.

If your project has a domestic requirement, give us a call and we will get you the bolts you need, when you need them, with all of the documentation in order. Our experienced team of salespeople is ready to help!

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