Post-Tensioning (PT) is a dynamic technology that allows for the cost-effective construction of high-quality bridges. PT is adaptable in that it can be implemented in a wide variety of conditions and lengths. Post-tensioned bridges have a high degree of intrinsic durability, can be constructed relatively swiftly, are at a lesser risk of cracking, have lesser structural depth, and feature low maintenance costs. Additionally, these bridges can be built without touching the geography below- permitting longer spans (~300 ft.), and shallower girders. Better ductility, seismic performance, and aesthetics are common benefits gained from utilizing post-tensioning.