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What We Do


Project Management

Advanced Planning

City/County Streets & Roads

Schematic Design

Conceptual Alternatives

Major & Primary Arterials

Major & Complex Highways

Urban Freeways

Scheduling & Estimating

High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV)

Principal Arterial Street Systems

Transportation System Management

Urban & Freeway Interchanges

Highways & Highway Bridges

Railroads & Railroad Bridges

Retaining Walls/Sound Walls

Grading & Paving

Emergency Bridge Repair

Drainage & Drainage Structures

Traffic Engineering Studies

Traffic Operations & Simulation

Traffic Safety & Access Control














Who We Are

Founded in 1976, Bridgefarmer has been headquartered in Dallas, TX for over 40 years. With growth over recent years, we have established satellite offices in Austin and Houston, TX, Little Rock, AR, Denver, CO and recently Tulsa, OK.

At Bridgefarmer, close attention to quality control and cost containment is maintained for every project we undertake. With decades of financially successful operations to credit, we handle contracts ranging from a small size to multi-billion dollar operations. Bridgefarmer is well versed in complex, major and minor highways, railroads and bridge type projects. As a testament to the knowledge and experience of our personnel, many staff members have been published in several periodicals including Engineering News Record, Smart Business Magazine, AREMA Design, and in various ASCE, ASTM and construction materials journals. 

Within the past five years, Bridgefarmer has prepared, as lead engineer firm or sometimes as a partner to another firm, over $5 billion in heavy civil infrastructure projects within Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. These engineers fully understand how to meet a schedule and perform quality work. In addition to traditional design-bid-build, our experience includes alternate delivery methods such as design-build (D-B), CM/DG, and Public-Private-Partnerships (PPP).  


Who We Serve 

  • Departments of Transportation
  • Cities & Counties
  • Private Contractors
  • Transportation Agencies
  • Class 1 Railroads
    • Union Pacific Railroad
    • BNSF Railway
    • Kansas City Southern Railway