Nyleve Bridge Corp.

Nyleve Bridge Corp.

As the flagship of the Schultz Organization, Nyleve has a long case history of tackling the harder projects. Since our humble beginnings in the 1950’s, we have evolved into one of the strongest bridge contracting firms in Pennsylvania, maintaining a solid reputation in both the public and private sectors.

Remembering the Fundamentals

The realities of bridge construction haven’t changed much over the years. Daily, we are faced with the challenges of schedules, budgets, weather, regulations, personalities, logistics, and constructability issues. These variables offer an ever-changing matrix of project conditions. Our greatest single strength comes from the fact that our registered professional engineers and superintendents understand the business from the ground up, and are capable of managing change.


We are proactive. Long before “partnering” became popular, our engineers and superintendents have made it a standard practice to keep an open dialog with all of our clients. We believe that honest communication is more effective than letter writing campaigns. The common sense saying about an “ounce of prevention” still holds true.

Responsive to New Technologies

Our competitiveness is governed by our efficiency. For this reason, we have always embraced new technologies and innovations, from capitalizing on the latest equipment advances to implementing the latest software for our estimating and scheduling and cost control.

Supporting the People who Matter

It is no secret that the quality of a project depends directly on the skills, ethics, and commitment of the tradesmen who build it. When a project is under construction, our primary focus is on supporting the men and women who have a direct influence on the outcome.

Our Specialties

  • New bridge construction
  • Bridge rehabilitation
  • Cofferdams
  • Heavy Concrete Work
  • Heavy Concrete for Tunnel Construction
  • Utility Bridges and Walkways
  • Box Culverts
  • Pumping Stations
  • Piling
  • Sheeting and Shoring
  • Architectural Formwork
  • Concrete demolition