When bridge construction for I-69E in Cameron County in Brownsville, Texas, was being planned, Williams Brothers Construction began organizing their bid proposal for this large project.

Because the bridge piers and caps were architecturally intensive, they wanted help drawing up a bid for the formwork as well as the formliners. They chose Symons® by Dayton Superior to help with their forming proposal because all of their concrete construction needs could be met with one convenient contact.

Once Williams Brothers won the contract, they started planning the details of the project. One of those details was the formliner designs, including custom formliners that incorporated the Texas Star and the Brownsville city crest.

The formliners was in a combination of standard Ashlar, block and custom styles.

Manufactured to fit the Max‑A‑Form component dimensions used on the job, the formliners combined with the forms to create a system that was reused throughout the project. On site service by a formliner technician ensured a precision fit.

Once the formliners were attached to the forms, the contractor enjoyed the productivity possible with this complete system. They are happy to report that construction went smoothly and that the eye-catching “Texas Style” bridge piers and caps add an interesting local touch.

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