The Canadian city of Kingston has unveiled a new design for its Third Crossing project.
Short video showing the recently closed steel truss arch of the Nujiang Railway Bridge Darui in Yunnan Province, southwest China.
Detailed design of two new bridges on the island of Bermuda is set to start, following the unveiling of the outline designs.
The city of Kingston in Canada picked the winning team for its Third Crossing project, which is said to be the first in North America to use an integrated project delivery (IPD) model.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has opened the new bridge across the Kerch Strait, linking southern Russia and Crimea.
City councillors in the Czech capital Prague have decided to replace the Liben Bridge with a new crossing.
The regional government of Andalusia in Spain has chosen a consultant for the refurbishment of a bridge over the Guadalquivir River in Villa del Rio, Cordoba.
Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands has chosen the contracting consortium to build a 4km-long rail viaduct including two arch bridges.
All necessary funding is now in place for construction of the Third Crossing in the Canadian city of Kingston.
The Canadian city of Winnipeg has unveiled two design options for a US$255 million project to replace the century-old Arlington Bridge.
The Hong Kong government has opened the tender process for construction of the main bridge of the Cross Bay Link in Tseung Kwan O.
The Australian city of Parramatta has unveiled the design of a proposed new pedestrian and cyclist bridge.
Consultation is set take place on proposals for a US$240m bridge in the Canadian city of Winnipeg.
The Aecom-designed Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge in the USA will be a three-arch structure.
Construction is starting this week on the second of five new bridges improving lakefront access in the US city of Chicago.
Tutor Perini has won three bridge and interchange contracts in the USA with a combined value of more than US$480 million.
New tram bridge over the Rhine between Strasbourg and Kehl opens next month.
The biggest arch bridge in Switzerland is due to open to traffic this year. Holger Haug reports on its design and construction
Britain’s first asymmetrical network arch railway bridge was lifted into place yesterday by the country’s largest crawler cranes.
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