Preparatory work is now under way for a new 525m-long crossing of the Clarence River in New South Wales, Australia.
All 608 concrete box-girder segments have now been erected for India’s longest extradosed bridge.
The government of Montenegro is to begin exploring the best procurement model for the Verige Bridge over Boka Kotorska Bay.
An review into the proposed Garden Bridge in London says that it would be better to accept the financial loss of cancelling the project than to risk uncertain additional costs to the public purse.
Construction is now under way of a second ‘friendship bridge’ linking Thailand and Myanmar.
The launch of the 4,750t bridge deck of Sunderland’s New Wear Crossing was completed yesterday following a 20-hour operation.
The new bridge over the Firth of Forth in Scotland is now expected to open in July or August as weather conditions have pushed back completion of the remaining operations.
Remote-controlled gantry cranes are starting work this week on the widening of the EJ Whitten Bridge in the Australian state of Victoria.
Steel construction is now under way for the main span of the new Portageville Bridge in the US state of New York.
Westbound bridge cable installation completes on New York's new highway bridge
The municipality of Hengelo in the Netherlands has chosen an integral bridge for the replacement of the old Boekelosebrug over the Twente Canal.
The president of the Philippines will attend today's ground-breaking ceremony for the US600 million Cebu-Cordova bridge project.
The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) has asked teams bidding for the Gordie Howe International Bridge to incorporate a path for cyclists and pedestians into their schemes.
Piling is now under way for the Shuitu Jialing River Bridge in the Beipei district of Chongqing in China.
Three construction inspection contracts with a total value of more than US$20 million have been awarded for the project to replace the Scudder Falls Bridge and improve its approaches.
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.
Lendlease Engineering has been named as the preferred contractor for a 1km-long bridge as part of the Pacific Highway upgrade in New South Wales, Australia.
The 1,550t pylon that will be the focal point of the New Wear Crossing in north-east England is now in place.
The deck of the Queensferry Crossing in Scotland is now complete following the lift of the final segment.
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