Celebrations are taking place this week to mark the opening of a US$480 million crossing of the Anacostia River in Washington DC, USA.
The video shows the 850t segment being manoeuvred into place over the banks of the Saint Lawrence Seaway in Montreal.
A detour bridge which will eventually become part of a permanent new crossing has been installed on a site in Nova Scotia.
Video shows the construction of the Sellwood Bridge in Multnomah County, Oregon.
A new deck is being poured on the John F Kennedy Memorial Bridge as part of the work on the Downtown Crossing portion of the Louisville – Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project in the USA.
The 2,000t double arch of the new Walterdale Bridge in Edmonton, Canada was lifted into its final position last month (April) after a complex series of operations that began last year.
A new report by the Virginia Transportation Research Council in the USA has found that lightweight concrete decks exhibit fewer cracks than their conventional counterparts.
PCL Constructors has at last been able to begin work on the replacement of the Bonner Bridge, almost five years after being awarded the contract.
The primary temporary repair system has now been installed and tested at the Nipigon River Bridge.
Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation has brought in the National Research Council of Canada to help determine the cause of last week’s major mechanical failure at the new Nipigon River Bridge.
Dufferin Construction has been awarded the design and build contract for the US$14.8 million Fort York pedestrian and cycle bridge in Toronto, Canada.
North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) can begin construction of the long-delayed Herbert C Bonner Bridge project following the removal of the final obstacles.
Highway Administration’s guidelines for accelerated bridge construction, producing safer bridges of higher quality and longer service lives than can be realised with conventional construction.
A scheme to replace the deck of a Canadian suspension bridge during overnight closures is about to start. Keith Kirkwood, Jon Eppell, Dusan Radojevic and Peter Buckland explain the design and planning behind the project
A detailed inspection of the eastbound crossing of Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay Bridge is currently under way, as part of a more rigorous programme of works being introduced in the state. Mike Januszkiewicz explains
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