Corrugated Steel or Aluminum Pipe
Ready to roll from AIL’s pipe mills and staging yards across Canada, our corrugated pipe products are available in a variety of sizes, corrugation profiles, thicknesses and high-performance coatings.
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Mabey Modular Panel Bridges
Sale or rental. Permanent or temporary. Pre-engineered Mabey Modular Panel Bridges are ideally suited to fast bridge replacement by local crews. Perfect for remote locations, components are ready now to ship across Canada.
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Bolt-A-Plate Structural Steel Plate
For cost-effective bridge or drainage structure replacements, Bolt-A-Plate is the product of choice due to its lightweight, strength and versatility. It is readily available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes.
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Dur•A•Span Structural Aluminum Plate
Corrosion/abrasion-resistant Dur•A•Span is made from solid aluminum alloy structural plate which makes it ideal for saltwater and aggressive soil environments. It is available in many shapes and sizes, including box culverts.
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Lightweight, strong, Atlantic Arches are one of the most cost-effective, open-bottomed culvert replacement solutions available. In stock and ready to go, they are pre-engineered in standard sizes with integrated footings.
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AIL offers various types of economical and easy-to-install abutment systems, including MSE structural walls (precast concrete panel or wire at the face) and Bolt-A-Bin cellular bin style retaining walls.
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