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The New York City Bridge Is the Next Big Thing in Bridge Construction

New York, NY—December 19, 2015—It is not hard to see why New York has the world’s most extensive, most expensive, and most extensive infrastructure.From the iconic Brooklyn Bridge to the Empire State Building and the Empire Center to the Grand Central Terminal, every major New York landmark, from the Grand Concourse to the Manhattan Bridge, […]

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When the New York Stock Exchange is closed, a ‘new economy’ will be created in Shanghai

Business Insider article China is the latest country to open its markets to tourists from around the world after a year-long slump.China’s stock markets opened on Monday for the first time since January, allowing tourists to invest in Chinese stocks on the global exchange.But China has been slow to ease restrictions on the number of […]

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How to build the next Sacramento bridge

The Sacramento River Bridge has long been seen as a critical transportation link between the city and the state.Its construction, which began in 1968 and is expected to take up to six years, has been hailed as the biggest in US history.But now, just two years after its completion, a new bridge could be in […]

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Spanish bridge to be built in Bolivia

Construction on a Spanish bridge across the Bolivian border has begun.The building of the bridge will be the first of its kind in Latin America.The work is part of the Bolívar region’s economic recovery and economic development, which began with the Boláns’ entry into the European Union in 2014.The bridge, the first under construction in […]

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Which bridge is the new construction boom?

It’s been a long time coming for the Johnstown Bridge, but the first major construction project in its 50-year history is now underway.Construction on the $1.2 billion bridge began in July and will be completed by the end of 2020.The project is being overseen by the Federal Government’s Bureau of Transport and Main Roads (BMTR) […]

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When the bridge over the Ganges was built, it took more than a century to complete

New Delhi: The Mumbai bridge that was built by the world’s most renowned architect, Richard Meier, is about to be finished and the city is set to host its first-ever bridge celebration.In its inaugural edition on December 12, the annual celebrations, dubbed Bridge Days, will feature performances and a special event to mark the completion of […]

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How to bridge the narrows with a bridge construction kit

The wide-open, wide-eyed looks on bridge workers’ faces as they work on a bridge across the San Francisco Bay are a staple of American Bridge construction.But the wide-legged, narrow-legged look isn’t the only thing that’s different.Many bridges have narrower spans than the narrow ones, and the narrowest bridge on the east side of San Francisco’s […]

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Why the Kerch Bridge was built

It was supposed to be an iconic bridge in the heart of the city of Baluarte.But the $1.3 billion project never materialized.Now, the construction of the bridge is in jeopardy.The bridge, which was originally built to connect the city’s major population centers, will not be ready to reopen until at least 2019, according to the […]

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How to make the perfect farm bridge

More than 1,000 farmers are set to open their first farm bridge on Wednesday in Melbourne’s north-east.The state’s National Farmers Union (NFU) will be at the site at 11.30am, when it will be unveiled.The bridge is the latest step in a growing movement to create new pathways to get farmers from their fields to their […]

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What you need to know about the bridge construction method

New York City construction officials said Tuesday that construction of a bridge spanning the Hudson River is being completed without the use of a traditional construction approach that involves a team of experienced engineers.The bridge is scheduled to open in 2020.It will span the Hudson on Manhattan’s northern side and Brooklyn on its southern side, […]

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