Product Update

Published on: February 28, 2015

The following Task Force product update is provided to keep all AASHTOWare Bridge Management (BrM) Software users apprised of recent activity related to the development of the software. The Task Force is committed to providing these quarterly updates to help improve communication between the Task Force and those interested in the product. The Task Force met in Jackson Hole, WY in January for our winter meeting. The following is a summary of the meeting.

Bridge Management 5.2.1

AASHTOWare BrM 5.2.1 SP2 64-Bit release is now available.

  • The 64-Bit version of the software has shown to alleviate memory utilization issues reported by some agencies.
  • This release also supports element data submittal to FHWA.

To obtain this release please sent an email to and a member of the team will provide you download instructions.

Bridge Management 5.2.2

The development of the following features for the BrM 5.2.2 release are now complete:

  • Deterioration Model Implementation
  • Project Planning and Analysis Module
  • Metric to English Measurement Conversion
  • Application Programming Interface (API)
  • Database GUID Conversion

AASHTOWare BrM 5.2.2 is almost ready for beta testing. Members of the Testing TAG are meeting on February 17-19 to aggressively test the software in preparation for release. The Enterprise and Workstation versions of the software will be tested against both SQL and Oracle databases to thoroughly vet the release.

Bridge Management 5.2.3

The work plan for BrM 5.2.3 was finalized in January. Requirements for the various enhancements to the software are being gathered by the TRTs and Functional Design Specification documents are being crafted from those requirements. FAQs

The website continues to receive updates to the frequently asked questions page. Should you have any suggestions for additions to the FAQ section, or the site in general, please send an email to

User Group Priorities

The latest status updates of priorities identified at the last User Group meeting can be found here.

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