Why Is The Gateway Arch Bridge Construction Now So Late?
Gateway Arch Bridges are supposed to be constructed in time for the Thanksgiving holiday, but construction has been delayed due to flooding in Ohio.
As a result, it is expected that the bridge will open this Thanksgiving.
The bridge is expected to open for a total of six hours before it’s due to open, as the weather conditions deteriorate and the construction crews begin their work.
The bridge is due to be completed sometime this year.
In addition, a major structural problem has been found at the Gateway Arch.
It was discovered that the foundation for the structure is weak, meaning it will be unstable when it opens.
This is expected, and the bridge should open before the holidays.
In a statement, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) said the bridge is not expected to reopen until next spring.
This would mean it will take another year to complete the project.
It is a major challenge to finish a bridge with the amount of water in the river and the complexity of the project that is the Gateway arch.
The problem with the bridge’s foundation is that it is weak and will cause structural damage when it finally opens.
The ASCE said it has not been able to find the cause of the weakness, which will affect the project’s schedule.
The cost of the bridge has been estimated at $200 million.
A report published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology, said that, based on the current forecasted water levels in the rivers and lakes, the project could cost $2.5 billion.
The Gateway Arch is the largest bridge in the United States.
It spans over Lake Erie from Lake Huron to Lake Michigan.
It has a span of more than 10 miles and has been under construction since 2010.