About V. Van Dyke
V. Van Dyke hauling concrete girders
V. Van Dyke, Inc. was founded in 1949 in Eastern Washington by Verl Franklin Van Dyke and his wife, Doris. Deciding to uproot from Eastern Washington to the Greater Seattle Area in the 1950’s allowed the Van Dykes to expand their business and incorporate additional steering units. The business relocated one more time in 2016 to Tacoma, Washington. V. Van Dyke, Inc. holds the record for transporting the longest girder in Washington. The 205 foot-long W100G girder was 16 feet loaded height. The girder weighed 254,000 pounds, and V Van Dyke showcased their capabilities through this almost “impossible” feat. As an expert in the transportation field and a consultant for the Washington State Department of Transportation Structures Team, V. Van Dyke is a resource to several design and engineering firms with WSDOT. Relocation of girders exceeding a specific size and weight requires input from the Van Dyke team before bridge design and bidding. V. Van Dyke has transported equipment and structures through the United States, from the Greater Seattle Region, to Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, New Jersey, and beyond. After the Mt. St. Helens eruption in 1980, V. Van Dyke freighted in replacement steel and concrete structures to rebuild access for the public. Prior to the 2000 Olympic Games, V. Van Dyke transported ⅔ of the Steel Bridges to rebuild infrastructure in Salt Lake City, Utah. V. Van Dyke, Inc. carried 20 cranes to Mississippi for NASA’s fuel facility. For additional projects, click Throughout the history of the company, teamwork, optimal equipment, and hard work have molded a reputation of success, and simultaneously setting the standards for heavy-haul processes. Contact V. Van Dyke today for your specialty transportation needs. HERE.
Pictures located above in the About Us section were taken by Washington State Department of Transportation.

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V. Van Dyke, Inc. moves to Seattle, Washington, and expands business with additional steering units. Mr. V. Van Dyke passes away, wife Dorris inherits sole ownership. Doug Buss is appointed President and expands area of operation and company. V. Van Dyke has the most steering equipment in Washington.
V. Van Dyke transports 87 oversized loads of Transfer Girders in the new Transbay Transit Center from Vancouver, Washington to downtown San Francisco, California. The company transports 31 loads from Vancouver, Washington to Universal City, California, for the new pedestrian walkway at Universal Studios. One of the loads was 21 feet wide.
Notable Projects
V. Van Dyke, Inc. hauled the first pre-stress girder in Washington State. Hauled a majority of the Seattle's World Fair Expansion project in 1962. Transportation of the Monorail Expansion in the 1980's. Transported replacement structures (both steel and concrete) to rebuild access to Mt. St. Helens after the eruption in 1980. V. Van Dyke transported replacement steel structures after the 1989 San Francisco earthquake. After The North Ridge Earthquake in 1992 V. Van Dyke carried replacement structures to the affected areas. V. Van Dyke carted in ⅔ of the Steel Bridges to Salt Lake City prior to the 2000 Olympic Games to rebuild infrastructure. The Sunset Overcrossing Project called for transporting 245,000 tub girders and became the posterchild for the WSDOT Nickle-A-Gallon Project. Hauled 100 loads of steel girders to Hoover Dam for the new Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge from Reedsport, Oregon. The Nalley Valley Interchange Project in Tacoma, Washington. The Padden Parkway Pedestrian Overcrossing in Vancouver, Washington. V. Van Dyke, Inc. hauled 87 oversized loads of Transfer Girders in the new Transbay Transit Center from Vancouver, Washington to downtown San Francisco, California. The trucks transported 31 loads from Vancouver, Washington to Universal City, California, for a new pedestrian walkway at Universal Studios in 2015. One of the loads measured 21 feet wide. The Skagit River Bridge Concrete Girders project - replacing a steel structure that fell into the river after being struck by an object.
Alaska Projects
Transported entire project for the Minnesota Drive Expansion in Anchorage, Alaska. This consisted of 12 steel and 56 concrete girders. Transported Deck Bulb - T concrete girders from Anchorage, Alaska to the Airport exchange in Fairbanks, Alaska. De-Armoun Road - 10 concrete girders. Raspberry Road Project - 24 Deck Bulb T concrete girders. Rabbit Creek - 45 concrete girders. Transported 11 concrete girders to Sitka, Alaska in 2008. Each girder was 155 feet long. Alaska Rail Bridge Project in Anchorage, Alaska. This project was a direct transport to the Anchorage Project via Tote.
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V. Van Dyke is established in Eastern Washington. 1950's Company moves to the forefront of long and heavy load capabilities. 1980's The fleet is updated with new tractors and specialized trailers. 2015 V. Van Dyke, Inc. moves to Tacoma, Washington. V. Van Dyke delivers 111 WF100G pre-stressed concrete girders, ranging from 155’ long, 191,000 pounds to 173’ long, 215,000 pounds. This delivery is for the Tacoma I-5 Puyallup Bridge HOV Project. V. Van Dyke transports 25 – UF60G5 concrete tub girders and 40 – WF83G pre-stressed Concrete Girders Tacoma I-5 M Street to Portland, Oregon.
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Copyright © V. Van Dyke 2017 1810 Stewart St. Tacoma, WA. 98421 Phone: 253-272-2222 Fax: 253-272-2225 Email: sales@vvandyke.com V. Van Dyke, Inc. proudly serves the Pacific Northwest communities near Seattle, Redmond, Tacoma, Everett, Washington, and Portland, Oregon.
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About V. Van Dyke
V. Van Dyke hauling concrete girders
Pictures located above in the About Us section were taken by Washington State Department of Transportation.
V. Van Dyke, Inc. was founded in 1949 in Eastern Washington by Verl Franklin Van Dyke and his wife, Doris. Deciding to uproot from Eastern Washington to the Greater Seattle Area in the 1950’s allowed the Van Dykes to expand their business and incorporate additional steering units. The business relocated one more time in 2016 to Tacoma, Washington. V. Van Dyke, Inc. holds the record for transporting the longest girder in Washington. The 205 foot-long W100G girder was 16 feet loaded height. The girder weighed 254,000 pounds, and V Van Dyke showcased their capabilities through this almost “impossible” feat. As an expert in the transportation field and a consultant for the Washington State Department of Transportation Structures Team, V. Van Dyke is a resource to several design and engineering firms with WSDOT. Relocation of girders exceeding a specific size and weight requires input from the Van Dyke team before bridge design and bidding. V. Van Dyke has transported equipment and structures through the United States, from the Greater Seattle Region, to Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, New Jersey, and beyond. After the Mt. St. Helens eruption in 1980, V. Van Dyke freighted in replacement steel and concrete structures to rebuild access for the public. Prior to the 2000 Olympic Games, V. Van Dyke transported ⅔ of the Steel Bridges to rebuild infrastructure in Salt Lake City, Utah. V. Van Dyke, Inc. carried 20 cranes to Mississippi for NASA’s fuel facility. For additional projects, click Throughout the history of the company, teamwork, optimal equipment, and hard work have molded a reputation of success, and simultaneously setting the standards for heavy-haul processes. Contact V. Van Dyke today for your specialty transportation needs. HERE.
1949
V. Van Dyke, Inc. moves to Seattle, Washington, and expands business with additional steering units. 1970's Mr. V. Van Dyke passes away, wife Dorris inherits sole ownership. Doug Buss is appointed President and expands area of operation and company. V. Van Dyke has the most steering equipment in Washington.
2002
2015
V. Van Dyke, Inc. moves to Tacoma, Washington. V. Van Dyke delivers 111 WF100G pre-stressed concrete girders, ranging from 155’ long, 191,000 pounds to 173’ long, 215,000 pounds. This delivery is for the Tacoma I-5 Puyallup Bridge HOV Project. V. Van Dyke transports 25 – UF60G5 concrete tub girders and 40 – WF83G pre-stressed Concrete Girders Tacoma I-5 M Street to Portland, Oregon.
V. Van Dyke Road Map V. Van Dyke is established in Eastern Washington. 1950's Company moves to the forefront of long and heavy load capabilities. 1980's
The fleet is updated with new tractors and specialized trailers. V. Van Dyke transports 87 oversized loads of Transfer Girders in the new Transbay Transit Center from Vancouver, Washington to downtown San Francisco, California. The company transports 31 loads from Vancouver, Washington to Universal City, California, for the new pedestrian walkway at Universal Studios. One of the loads was 21 feet wide. 2016
Notable Projects
V. Van Dyke, Inc. hauled the first pre-stress girder in Washington State. Hauled a majority of the Seattle's World Fair Expansion project in 1962. Transportation of the Monorail Expansion in the 1980's. Transported replacement structures (both steel and concrete) to rebuild access to Mt. St. Helens after the eruption in 1980. V. Van Dyke transported replacement steel structures after the 1989 San Francisco earthquake. After The North Ridge Earthquake in 1992 V. Van Dyke carried replacement structures to the affected areas. V. Van Dyke carted in ⅔ of the Steel Bridges to Salt Lake City prior to the 2000 Olympic Games to rebuild infrastructure. The Sunset Overcrossing Project called for transporting 245,000 tub girders and became the posterchild for the WSDOT Nickle-A-Gallon Project. Hauled 100 loads of steel girders to Hoover Dam for the new Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge from Reedsport, Oregon. The Nalley Valley Interchange Project in Tacoma, Washington. The Padden Parkway Pedestrian Overcrossing in Vancouver, Washington. V. Van Dyke, Inc. hauled 87 oversized loads of Transfer Girders in the new Transbay Transit Center from Vancouver, Washington to downtown San Francisco, California. The trucks transported 31 loads from Vancouver, Washington to Universal City, California, for a new pedestrian walkway at Universal Studios in 2015. One of the loads measured 21 feet wide. The Skagit River Bridge Concrete Girders project - replacing a steel structure that fell into the river after being struck by an object.
Alaska Projects
Transported entire project for the Minnesota Drive Expansion in Anchorage, Alaska. This consisted of 12 steel and 56 concrete girders. Transported Deck Bulb - T concrete girders from Anchorage, Alaska to the Airport exchange in Fairbanks, Alaska. De-Armoun Road - 10 concrete girders. Raspberry Road Project - 24 Deck Bulb T concrete girders. Rabbit Creek - 45 concrete girders. Transported 11 concrete girders to Sitka, Alaska in 2008. Each girder was 155 feet long. Alaska Rail Bridge Project in Anchorage, Alaska. This project was a direct transport to the Anchorage Project via Tote.
Copyright © V. Van Dyke 2017 1810 Stewart St. Tacoma, WA. 98421 Phone: 253-272-2222 Fax: 253-272-2225 Email: sales@vvandyke.com V. Van Dyke, Inc. proudly serves the Pacific Northwest communities near Seattle, Redmond, Tacoma, Everett, Washington, and Portland, Oregon. GALLERY CONTACT US EMPLOYMENT HOME ABOUT US
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About V. Van Dyke
V. Van Dyke, Inc. was founded in 1949 in Eastern Washington by Verl Franklin Van Dyke and his wife, Doris. Deciding to uproot from Eastern Washington to the Greater Seattle Area in the 1950’s allowed the Van Dykes to expand their business and incorporate additional steering units. The business relocated one more time in 2016 to Tacoma, Washington. V. Van Dyke, Inc. holds the record for transporting the longest girder in Washington. The 205 foot-long W100G girder was 16 feet loaded height. The girder weighed 254,000 pounds, and V Van Dyke showcased their capabilities through this almost “impossible” feat. As an expert in the transportation field and a consultant for the Washington State Department of Transportation Structures Team, V. Van Dyke is a resource to several design and engineering firms with WSDOT. Relocation of girders exceeding a specific size and weight requires input from the Van Dyke team before bridge design and bidding. V. Van Dyke has transported equipment and structures through the United States, from the Greater Seattle Region, to Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, New Jersey, and beyond. After the Mt. St. Helens eruption in 1980, V. Van Dyke freighted in replacement steel and concrete structures to rebuild access for the public. Prior to the 2000 Olympic Games, V. Van Dyke transported ⅔ of the Steel Bridges to rebuild infrastructure in Salt Lake City, Utah. V. Van Dyke, Inc. carried 20 cranes to Mississippi for NASA’s fuel facility. For additional projects, click Throughout the history of the company, teamwork, optimal equipment, and hard work have molded a reputation of success, and simultaneously setting the standards for heavy-haul processes. Contact V. Van Dyke today for your specialty transportation needs. HERE.
Notable Projects
V. Van Dyke, Inc. hauled the first pre-stress girder in Washington State. Hauled a majority of the Seattle's World Fair Expansion project in 1962. Transportation of the Monorail Expansion in the 1980's. Transported replacement structures (both steel and concrete) to rebuild access to Mt. St. Helens after the eruption in 1980. V. Van Dyke transported replacement steel structures after the 1989 San Francisco earthquake. After The North Ridge Earthquake in 1992 V. Van Dyke carried replacement structures to the affected areas. V. Van Dyke carted in ⅔ of the Steel Bridges to Salt Lake City prior to the 2000 Olympic Games to rebuild infrastructure. The Sunset Overcrossing Project called for transporting 245,000 tub girders and became the posterchild for the WSDOT Nickle-A-Gallon Project. Hauled 100 loads of steel girders to Hoover Dam for the new Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge from Reedsport, Oregon. The Nalley Valley Interchange Project in Tacoma, Washington. The Padden Parkway Pedestrian Overcrossing in Vancouver, Washington. V. Van Dyke, Inc. hauled 87 oversized loads of Transfer Girders in the new Transbay Transit Center from Vancouver, Washington to downtown San Francisco, California. The trucks transported 31 loads from Vancouver, Washington to Universal City, California, for a new pedestrian walkway at Universal Studios in 2015. One of the loads measured 21 feet wide. The Skagit River Bridge Concrete Girders project - replacing a steel structure that fell into the river after being struck by an object. Alaska Projects
Transported entire project for the Minnesota Drive Expansion in Anchorage, Alaska. This consisted of 12 steel and 56 concrete girders. Transported Deck Bulb - T concrete girders from Anchorage, Alaska to the Airport exchange in Fairbanks, Alaska. De-Armoun Road - 10 concrete girders. Raspberry Road Project - 24 Deck Bulb T concrete girders. Rabbit Creek - 45 concrete girders. Transported 11 concrete girders to Sitka, Alaska in 2008. Each girder was 155 feet long. Alaska Rail Bridge Project in Anchorage, Alaska. This project was a direct transport to the Anchorage Project via Tote.
1810 Stewart St. Tacoma, WA. 98421 Phone: 253-272-2222 Fax: 253-272-2225 Email: sales@vvandyke.com

V. Van Dyke, Inc.

About V. Van Dyke
V. Van Dyke, Inc. was founded in 1949 in Eastern Washington by Verl Franklin Van Dyke and his wife, Doris. Deciding to uproot from Eastern Washington to the Greater Seattle Area in the 1950’s allowed the Van Dykes to expand their business and incorporate additional steering units. The business relocated one more time in 2016 to Tacoma, Washington. V. Van Dyke, Inc. holds the record for transporting the longest girder in Washington. The 205 foot-long W100G girder was 16 feet loaded height. The girder weighed 254,000 pounds, and V Van Dyke showcased their capabilities through this almost “impossible” feat. As an expert in the transportation field and a consultant for the Washington State Department of Transportation Structures Team, V. Van Dyke is a resource to several design and engineering firms with WSDOT. Relocation of girders exceeding a specific size and weight requires input from the Van Dyke team before bridge design and bidding. V. Van Dyke has transported equipment and structures through the United States, from the Greater Seattle Region, to Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, New Jersey, and beyond. After the Mt. St. Helens eruption in 1980, V. Van Dyke freighted in replacement steel and concrete structures to rebuild access for the public. Prior to the 2000 Olympic Games, V. Van Dyke transported ⅔ of the Steel Bridges to rebuild infrastructure in Salt Lake City, Utah. V. Van Dyke, Inc. carried 20 cranes to Mississippi for NASA’s fuel facility. For additional projects, click Throughout the history of the company, teamwork, optimal equipment, and hard work have molded a reputation of success, and simultaneously setting the standards for heavy-haul processes. Contact V. Van Dyke today for your specialty transportation needs. HERE.
1810 Stewart St. Tacoma, WA. 98421 Fax: 253-272-2225 Email: sales@vvandyke.com