We are providing the attached Steel Culvert Pipes (Helically Corrugated Steel Pipes) which are produced according to the sizes and other technical requirements for each application points in the road construction projects.

You can below find more information for Steel Culvert Pipes about their application fields and important advantages given to the Contracting Companies:


These culvert pipes are used for roads, railways and industrial applications as well as for reinforcement and reconstruction of existing structures such us:

  • Bridges
  • Overpasses
  • Tunnels
  • Culverts
  • Underpasses
  • Pedestrian Tunnels
  • Ecological Crossing, Hangars
  • Shelters
  • Underground Storages
  • Belt Conveyor Protection

These culvert pipe structures are the new generation of flexible structures made of galvanized corrugated steel plates of a very high stiffness.

To take the loads, these structures use interaction with surrounding backfill soil. The load capacity of culvert pipe is far higher than traditional structures made of corrugated steel. Culvert pipe structures are used for building engineering objects above and under roads and railways. Spans can reach 25 m.

Structures are simple and easy to assembly. Average assembly time takes a few days n assistance with small crew.

Culvert pipe structures are designed for all road and railway live load classes according to Eurocode EN 1991-2:2003 or according to nationals standards.

Typical sequence for construction of culvert pipe bridges:

  • Foundation
  • Delivery
  • Assembly
  • Backfilling
  • Finishing works

Culvert pipe structures have many advantages over traditional bridge solutions:

  • Simple design due to fewer details, drawings and calculations database for standard application
  • Easy and fast assembly
  • Possibility to assemble in temperatures below zero
  • Possibility to assemble structures without stopping traffic
  • Possibility to assemble with partial or total prefabrication of structures
  • Due to lightweight, corrugated plates can be delivered easily and economically to remote locations
  • Reduction in total time and cost of building a bridge