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With a composite bridge made of fibreglass you get a strong, light and corrosion free construction - a cost efficient alternative to traditional bridges, such as concrete bridges, steel bridges, or timber bridges.

With a wide range of different geometries, planks and handrail systems, the design possibilities are many for your next composite bridge: A full GRP bridge, a hybrid bridge with steel structure/steel reinforcement and composite decks , refurbishment of existing bridge deck or handrails using durable composite components, as well as bridge cladding with composite planks. Learn more on this page


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Hybrid bridges

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Hybrid bridges combine all the advantages of GFRP with other traditional building materials like steel or concrete

Full FRP Bridges

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Buy a complete bridge made entirely of our fibreglass (FRP) profiles. See our pre-designed bridges here


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Make renovation of old bridges easy by applying our lightweight fibreglass profiles with anti-skid surfaces

Bridge cladding

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Our planks and profiles are suitable for cladding and protecting both old and new bridges from weather influence
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Advantages of a fibreglass bridge

Our fibreglass profiles and planks combine a number of different advantages not found in traditional materials, which makes them suitable for bridge designs. The strength as steel and low weight make assembly and installation easy saving costs for heavy-load cranes as well as time-consuming ad expensive closure of busy roads.

Furthermore, the fibreglass bridges have a long life expectancy with only little maintenance needed. this makes it possible to save costs for operation and maintenance. Learn more in our many case stories

Finally, our fibreglass products are produced using an energy-efficient production process called pultrusion. In addition, the material's excellent durability means that very few maintenance resources are required. The materials can be re-used when they are no longer needed, for instance in cement production.

Other advantages includes:

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Shorter installation times and fewer special machines

At the start of the project, a strong and light material like fibreglass allows you to design a lighter construction and reduce material use and associated costs. The construction cost of a fibreglass bridge will also often be lower since our customers avoid having to use expensive special machines and cranes. Additionally, the installation time can be reduced since the fibreglass bridges can be assembled at the workshop and transported in an assembled state, thanks to their low weight.

Maintenance-free fibreglass bridge

In the long term, there are also savings to be made with a fibreglass bridge. This is because our fibreglass planks are corrosion-free and do not rust, rot or corrode. This results in minimal maintenance requirements, making fibreglass a cost-effective solution when looking at the entire life of the bridge. We stand by the high quality of our planks and therefore offer an extended warranty.

Why you should choose fibreglass

Fibreglass is the perfect choice for your next bridge project. Our planks have a unique durability, making them well-suited for use in the demanding environments that bridges are often built in. These include proximity to seawater, fresh water, in natural settings with shifting weather conditions as well as on footbridges, where salting is necessary. You can also customise your next bridge, e.g. add extra width for cycle bridges, higher load-bearing capacity to support tractors or painting to fit the surroundings.

What type of bridge should you choose?

Do you need a footbridge or cycle bridge, or should the bridge be able to handle periodic traffic from heavier machines? And how high should your railings be? Here at Fiberline Building Profiles, we can help you answer all these questions. We have many years of experience with bridges. In fact, we even took part in the first fibreglass bridge installation in Scandinavia, which took place in Kolding, Denmark. See how others have done it

See also which industries our fibreglass bridges are usually used in

Strong hybrid solution, with steel and wood

As well as choosing a complete fibreglass bridge, you can also opt for fibreglass planks in a hybrid solution with steel or wood. Fibreglass has almost the same coefficient of expansion as steel and wood, so they work well together in bridges. Often, our customers use fibreglass planks as a bridge deck in a hybrid solution, with steel beams or a wooden construction as frame. We also recommend railings and handrails in fibreglass, as this is a great area to take advantage of the low maintenance requirements. Check out our numerous solutions here

EBA, CE and aBG = high quality every time!

You get high quality every time you buy our products. We have a number of recognised standards and certifications, including the German construction certification Allgemeine Bauartgenehmigung, CE marking and EBA Zulassung. This is your assurance that our products adhere to the high quality we promise. Read more about our quality here.

Here you can buy bridge decks, railings and everything you need for your bridge

We have the world’s largest online shop for CE-marked fibreglass profiles and thus a large range of fibreglass planks for bridge-building, including:

Visit our online shop here, add the products to your basket and order today. It doesn’t get any easier than that! 

A complete bridge made of fibreglass

We have made it easy for you! Based on our know-how within fibreglass and close cooperation with customers, we have also developed a standard solution within bridge-building. This has been developed specifically to meet the requirements within bridge-building and the standards within fibreglass construction, while keeping costs and material use low. See the bridge in our online shop here 

Here to help

With more than 40 years of experience with fibreglass constructions, we have the necessary know-how to help you carry out your next bridge project, whether this involves a new construction or the renovation of an existing construction, planning, design and drawing or execution. Check out our numerous case studies here.

Need to chat to our bridge experts?

Do you have questions about our fibreglass bridges, planning, execution or prices? Or would you like to talk about your next project? Contact our bridge experts here and let’s take a look at the optimisation options together. See our opening hours here

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