Williams Stone Company offers a complete line of bridge curbing fabricated at our East Otis facility. It is available predrilled for anchors in straight and curved curbing, as well as in a variety of sizes and finish treatments, as follows:

Standard Sizes

Bridge curbing can be provided in a variety of lengths. See the bridge curb section of our detail drawings page for the following state specifications:

  • Connecticut: 6"x 9" or 12" bridge curb, straight & radius, manufactured in accordance with M.12.06 of the State of Connecticut Department of Transportation Standard Specifications for Highways and Bridges.
  • Massachusetts: 6" x 8" granite bridge curb, straight & radius, manufactured in accordance with M9.04.1, section 501.66 of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Works Standard of Specification for Highways and Bridges.
  • New York State:
    NYS F-1, 5" x 5.5" [IN STOCK]
    NYS G-1, 5" x 7.5
    NYS R-1, 9" x 13.5"

For states requiring different specifications, contact Williams Stone Company. We can easily meet your requirements.

Finish Options

The standard finish for bridge curbing is sawn top, split face. However, in addition to these standard finishes, any of the following may be custom ordered:

  • Sawn top: most common; slabs for curb are typically sawn top and bottom; the top of the curb has a smooth finish created by saw cutting.
  • Split face: a natural face created when the slab is split on a guillotine; the resulting face of the curb has a rough finish.
  • Thermal top: fine stipple finish for aesthetic look or traction in pedestrian areas.  Slab is processed through a thermaling machine, then split or sawn into curb.
  • Sawn face: the face of the curb has a smooth finish created by saw cutting.
  • Clean back: protrusions greater than 1/4-inch are removed using hand tools to create a tighter tolerance for when pavers are abutted to curb.
  • Sawn back: provides the tightest tolerance for when pavers are abutted to curb.

Edge Detail Options

There are five basic edge details that may be specified to the exposed edges of a bridge curb:

  • Straight edge (standard).
  • Buzzed: 1/4-inch camfer (or eased) edge.
  • Rounded edge: one or both edges are chamfered and then rounded off to 1/2-inch or greater radius.
  • Chamfer: 45-degree bevel is standard, 1/2", 3/4: or 1".
  • Beveled mountable: 45-dgree chamfer is standard, up to 3" x 3" or 4" x 4", or 5" x 5".

Joint Options:

There are three basic joint options available for bridge curbing:

  • Full: a straight cut with 90-degree angles at top and bottom. Unless otherwise specified, this joint is considered standard.
  • Angled: has a cut greater than 90 degrees to allow the curb to slope downward when butted to an adjacent curb.
  • Mitered: an angled cut, top to bottom, allowing the end of one curb piece to butt into the face of another curb.