How to build a bridge in this construction picture
Posted October 04, 2018 05:27:10The bridge that was supposed to connect Port Huron and Detroit was constructed using only a few simple components, but it’s the sheer amount of labor that went into the construction that has made the construction so complex.
The bridge was built using a method called “bridging cement” that allows the bridge to be built with a much smaller footprint than concrete, and it took a lot of skilled workers to build it.
The foundation was laid using a mixture of cement, cement mix, and a mixture that allows it to withstand pressure, according to The Detroit News.
“The bridge was put together by using the same combination of materials as building a traditional bridge, but this bridge was made from a much more sophisticated cement and cement mix that can withstand high pressures and high temperatures,” said Andrew McBride, an associate professor at the University of Michigan, in a press release.
“The cement is a bit of a mix of limestone, sand, sandalwood, and clay, which is a much tougher material than concrete.”
The structure of the bridge, which spans the Detroit River, was built to be able to withstand winds of up to 40 miles per hour, and to withstand the forces of water and wind.
Construction began on the bridge in 1894, but the structure wasn’t finished until 1921.
Today, the bridge is only the third-tallest bridge in the world, and its construction is now the second-largest in the country.
“This is a bridge that can span more than 3,000 miles and withstand winds up to 20 miles per day, yet it’s just the first of many bridges that will span the river,” said McBride.
“It’s just incredible to see how much work went into it.
There’s a lot more that needs to be done, but we’re so grateful to those who came together in the past and now we can continue to do what we do.”