We offer structural and geotechnical engineering services from concept through construction on simple and complex projects.
Tunstall Engineering Group’s expertise is in both design-bid-build and design-build environments. We provide real world solutions and embrace the latest technological tools to deliver the best results to our clients.
Types of Services
Steel and Concrete Girder Erection
Support of Excavation
Truss Bridge Rehabilitation
Design Build Structures
Alternate Design Structures
Tunstall Engineering Group is recognized for its expertise in complex bridge projects of all kinds. Our expertise lies in supplying the link between engineering and construction. We excel in both design and construction because our team has a deep understanding and experience in both areas.
Tunstall demonstrated proficiency in Rapid Bridge Replacement and Accelerated Bridge Construction during this anchored shoring wall build. Tunstall handled several tasks such as erection plans, demolition plans, SOE designs, and more.
Tunstall Engineering tackled a project involving restoration of Pittsburgh's famous Andy Warhol (7th street) Bridge. Tunstall Engineering provided numerous construction engineering tasks. Tunstall can be trusted to repair even the most famous bridges.
Tunstall Engineering conducted the installation of bridge WB-244B on the Pennsylvania Turnpike just north of Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. Tunstall implemented an innovative lateral slide method to install this heavy section of bridge.
CSVT River Bridge
Steel Girder Erection Plan / Pier Form Falsework Temporary Towers / Slope Stability Analysis Support of Excavation / Work Platforms / Spreader Beams
TEG provided a wide variety of services for the CSVT project. Most our involvement was on the CSVT River Bridge, which is a 15 span 4545’ long steel multi-girder bridge over the Susquehanna River in Union/Northumberland Counties north of Harrisburg, PA. TEG provided Century Steel with the steel girder erection plans and calculations. With pier heights near 200’ and spans as long as 350’, the erection required multiple finite element models to verify stability, stresses, and to design temporary lateral bracing. Towers up to 85’ tall, Work Platforms, and Spreader Beams were also designed for the project.