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What’s going on with the Anacostica Bridge construction

Anacos has been closed to all traffic since October 31st.Here’s what we know about the construction of the new bridge.The bridge is being built on the eastern edge of the city.Anacosis construction workers were still finishing up the first section of the bridge on October 31.The second and third sections were completed on November 10th […]

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How Coffer Dam Construction Went Wrong: A Report on the Coffer Bridge Construction

Coffer, Ill.— Construction of a new bridge across a creek in southern Illinois was postponed Friday when a crane fell during a job that would have made it safer.The crane was carrying a new cable that will connect a new water main to the Coffes River.Engineers and officials from the state of Illinois say they’re […]

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How to save on the cost of a bridge in a rural area

You might not be able to see a bridge that you need to save money on, but you can get a good idea of what you need.Here’s how to know if you should buy one of these affordable, environmentally friendly bridges.1.Bridge size and structure There are a few different types of bridge, but they all […]

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How to watch the Centennial Bridge Construction on Nov. 6, 2019

Fox Sports is televising the Centenary Bridge Construction, which will span the Mississippi River from Atlanta to Chattanooga, Tennessee.Fox Sports will televise the construction on the bridge from Nov. 5-10, 2019, beginning at 9:30 p.m.ET/PT on ESPN2. “The Centennial bridges will provide an amazing experience for all, from the first day of the construction to the […]

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How the Kosciuszkos Bridge collapsed in the span of a week

A massive crane collapse that ripped through a massive section of the Kosceszko Bridge overpass on Sunday, killing two workers, has been ruled an accident by Quebec’s provincial government.The massive crane, which was transporting a massive metal plate to be used for a new bridge, went airborne at 6:20 a.m.(1:20 p.m.) on Sunday when the […]

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When Google will build the world’s largest bridge

Google has announced plans to build the largest bridge in the world, but the bridge won’t be built for at least another decade.Construction on the bridge, which will be built over the Thames between London and Liverpool, is due to begin next year.The bridge will span around 12 kilometres and will span across London from […]

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“We’ve been here before” as bridge construction ramps up

As the construction of a new bridge over the Florida Everglades ramps up, a local developer is warning residents about the risks.Bob McPherson, president and CEO of the Florida Department of Transportation, told ABC News that he’s concerned about a number of things related to the construction process, but he wants residents to know that […]

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How to tell if a bridge is ready to go

Construction has begun on a $1.1 billion bridge over the Stirling River in the Central Highlands.Key points:The project has been dubbed “Project Stirling” because of the river’s proximity to the railway tracks.It will link Stirling and the Central Coast city of Port Augusta to provide a link between the towns of Port Adelaide and StirlingThe […]

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How to keep your pipe bridge safe, secure and comfortable

It’s hard to believe the pipes that supply the interstate highway system have grown so thick that they can no longer support the weight of a single person.But they’re still there.The pipe bridge that supports the Beltway Bridge in the Washington, D.C. area was built in 1959 to help keep traffic flowing between the District […]

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When will the bridge be built?

Posted June 04, 2018 08:59:09 A report on the construction of a bridge linking Sydney and Brisbane in Australia has predicted the bridge will be completed by 2027.The report, published by the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development (BITT) said the project was a joint venture between Sydney and Queensland, and was a significant […]

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