WELCOME

to Bridgefarmer
Here at Bridgefarmer, our driving purpose is to create the most effective, reliable, and accessible outsourcing option available to meet the transportation needs of all agencies.
 
Who We Are   

Founded in 1976, Bridgefarmer & Associates, Inc. is an internationally recognized, award winning, consulting engineering firm specializing in the transportation infrastructure market. Bridgefarmer is headquartered in Dallas with multiple offices in Texas as well as Arkansas, Colorado, and Georgia.

We are dedicated to being a leader in innovation of design and construction engineering for heavy civil engineering projects. We create the most effective, reliable, accessible experience. To meet the transportation needs of agencies is what drives our company and this translates into the core of our culture. The confidence clients have affirmed by selecting Bridgefarmer continually for project assignments year after year is a true reflection of our corporate philosophy.

Bridgefarmer & Associates, Inc. is an award-winning engineering company offering excellence in civil engineering services.  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.

 

We pay 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 small projects to multi-billion dollar operations. Bridgefarmer is well versed in complex, major and minor highways, railroads, and bridge type projects.

Within the past 5 years, Bridgefarmer has prepared, as lead engineer firm and as a partner to other firms, over $5 billion in heavy civil infrastructure projects within Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Our engineers fully understand how to meet a schedule and perform quality work.

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