BridgeSight News

Visit us at the 58th Annual PCI Convention and National Bridge Conference

Come visit us at the 58th Annual PCI Convention and National Bridge Conference, Sept 29-Oct 2, Gaylord Opryland, Nashville, TN – Booth 103.

BridgeSight will be demoing PGSuper Professional at Booth #103. Come and see first-hand how you can accelerate your precast girder design productivity.

We hope to see you there. Come check out our booth to talk PGSuper and get some free stuff.

Introducing PGSuper Professional!

September 24, 2012 - BridgeSight Software releases version 1.0 of PGSuper Professional.This game-changing new product extends the capabilities of the open-source PGSuper precast-prestressed girder design software.

PGSuper Professional from BridgeSight Software brings a new level of design experience with our one-of-a-kind Girder Design Dashboard™; 3D visualization; enhanced reporting; enhanced library management; data exchange with the AASHTOWare Bridge Database, Microsoft Excel, and LandXML; access to exclusive content in the Resource Center; and exceptional customer support.

BridgeSight will be demonstrating PGSuper Professional in Booth #103 at the 2012 PCI Convention and National Bridge Conference in Nashville, TN. September 27, 2012 - October 3, 2012. Come out and see us!

PGSuper is developed in cooperation with BridgeSight and the Washington, Texas, and Kansas Departments of Transportation. Go to for more information.

BridgeSight Signs Contract With Kansas DOT for PGSuper Modifications

November 11, 2011 - BridgeSight Software signs contract with the Kansas Department of Transporation Bridge Division to customize the open source girder design program PGSuper to fit KDOT needs.

When completed, KDOT will have a girder design program that is tailored to meet their needs at a fraction of the cost to develop software from scratch.

PGSuper is owned and developed by the Washington Department of Transporation, but its open source license allows others to modify and distribute the program freely. For more information about PGSuper, go WSDOT's software home page at: