Bridging the Gap Between Construction and Community

The state of Oregon is preparing for “The Big One” a life-altering earthquake projected to cause untold amounts of damage. Alongside stringent earthquake-readiness requirements, the Oregon Department of Transportation is strengthening bridges to secure lifeline routes — just in case.

One such bridge in Portland is using North America’s largest oscillator; a unique tool that needed to stay clearly in site, for both engineers and the curious public.

From tracking the equipment to communicating with the public, ODOT was able to use OxBlue as both an administrative tool and a marketing one.

“OxBlue is a great tool for the public because we’re able to show progress in an engaging way.” - Project Engineer

Download the case study to read how time-lapses, live feeds and website integrations helped ODOT share remarkable progress.