Construction on the first bridge with a permanent installation of hybrid-composition beams (HCBs) recently was completed. Work on the High Road Bridge over Long Run Creek, Lockport Township, Ill., finished three months ahead of schedule and features HCBs—a new type of bridge technology that provides an extended service life with minimal maintenance to bridge girders. Developed by HC Bridge Maine LLC, HCBs are comprised of an FRP shell, compression reinforcement, and tension reinforcement. The compression reinforcement includes concrete pumped into an arch conduit within the beam shell. Combined with the steel prestressing strands in the tension reinforcement, this system provides added structural capacity. The 57-foot, single-span bridge—constructed the same way as a conventional concrete bridge—has an estimated service life beyond 100 years.