Construction starts on Singapore's "DNA" bridge
Work has begun on a new landmark bridge at Marina Bay in Singapore. The 280m-long pedestrian linkway has been designed as a double helix structure, resembling DNA. It was designed by a consortium of engineer Arup together with architects Cox Group and Architects 61. Sato Kogyo is building the bridge under a US$54.7 million contract. The Land Transport Authority will be the project manager.