With United States infrastructure in crisis, United Bridge Partners was created in 2010 to address the problem using fully-private capital. As recently as 2014, 25% of all existing bridges were rated structurally deficient or functionally obsolete by the Federal Highway Administration. Because publicly-available funds have proven insufficient to finance their replacement, our innovative capital investment strategy offers to communities a unique solution requiring no local, state or federal money.


United Bridge Partners currently owns and operates the South Norfolk Jordan Bridge and the Cline Avenue Bridge, and provides back office services for the Dominion Blvd. Veterans Bridge.

We believe in investing in the communities in which we operate, through job creation with local labor and local materials, through contributions to local charities and businesses, and by building and operating our projects with the highest environmental standards.