What sets our emergency services apart
Problem Solving at a Moment’s Notice
Our full-time engineering teams are an incredible resource for helping to speed construction and restoration efforts when time is of the essence.
Scott Bridge Company owns one of the largest heavy equipment fleets in the Southeast, allowing us to tackle major restoration efforts when needed.
We not only have the equipment and personnel, but the ability to mobilize both at a moment’s notice to be on the scene of an emergency immediately.
Scott Bridge Company has gained experience by being at the center of the Southeast’s largest emergency restoration efforts.
What Our Partners Say About Us
Our Emergency Response Impact
Restoring Communities Throughout the Southeast
Scott Bridge Company’s emergency response services for bridge repairs swiftly address critical infrastructure damage, ensuring the safety and uninterrupted connectivity for communities, facilitating commerce, and restoring essential transportation links during times of crisis.
Emergency Response Needs
Rising to Meet Future Challenges
Scott Bridge Company is committed to providing emergency services following hurricane and natural disasters for as long as our company operates. We remain on-call for our state and local transportation partners to help serve their needs.
When disaster strikes, our rapid on-call mobilization ensures that repair efforts begin swiftly, minimizing disruptions and restoring vital infrastructure promptly.
With a comprehensive fleet at our disposal, including heavy machinery and specialized equipment, we have the agility to manage projects efficiently, from initial response to project completion.
Our in-house fabrication team enables us to custom-create components swiftly and precisely for emergency use in crisis situations.
Backed by a team of seasoned professionals who understand the intricacies of bridge construction and emergency response, we bring decades of experience to every project, guaranteeing reliable and expert service.
Examples of Our work
Emergency Response Case Studies
Like all true builders, our passion shines brightest through the work we do—from our engineering methods to our operations in the field. If you’re interested to know who we are and what we’re all about, look no further than the structures we build.
Careers in infrastructure restoration
Grow Your Career with Purpose
Serving others is central to our purpose at Scott Bridge Company, both as an organization and as the individuals who form it. It’s why we get out of bed each morning eager to go to work, and what gives us fulfillment at the end of every workday.
Emergency response projects have a way of bringing out the very best in everyone involved. They’re the most direct line of service from our company to the communities we call home. If you’re looking for a greater sense of purpose from your work, a career with Scott Bridge Company could open your life to an entirely new level of meaning.Apply Now
A Career That Makes a Difference
Project Engineer & Manager
What’s in it for you
The Ultimate Performance Test
While the destruction can be devastating, there’s no greater adrenaline rush in our line of work than being part of a massive emergency response effort following a natural disaster.
You feel a tremendous sense of pride in contributing to emergency response efforts and being part of the team that bans together when our communities need us most.
The experience of tackling major reconstruction efforts is one that few people outside of those projects will likely understand. They bring our teams together and form lifelong bonds.
Every single person involved on emergency response projects is a vital contributor to making them successful. You won’t ever walk away from one doubting your accomplishments.
Commonly Available Project Positions
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting your career, there’s a position at Scott Bridge Company to fit your needs and experience level. Here are a few key positions on any emergency response project.
Provide ground labor and mechanical support for project teams wherever needed to help keep operations on-track and running smoothly.
Provide supervision to skilled and semi-skilled craft positions at a project level. Oversee the quality of work for crews of 4-8 SBC employees.
Operate excavators, bulldozers, cranes, watercraft and other pieces of equipment used on a variety of bridge and heavy civil construction projects in the Southeast region.
Work closely with project manager, superintendent, foreman, and craft-level employees to provide engineering support as needed.