A symbolic foundation stone has been placed for a 449m-long cable-stayed bridge linking Asunción and Chaco’i in Paraguay.
A design team has been appointed for a cable-stayed bridge linking Carmelo Peralta in Paraguay and Puerto Murtinho in Brazil.
Perus’s transport ministry has included the construction of 36 bridges in the first phase of the country’s post-pandemic recovery package.
Construction of what will be the longest bridge in Chile is to start before the end of this year.
Approximately 6km of double track viaduct will extend the Belgrano Sur Line to link with the Roca Line at Constitución Station.
The mayor of São Paulo in Brazil has announced that work will start shortly on a new bridge.
The arch for the 326m-long bridge was constructed from precast segments that were installed using two large tower cranes imported from China.
Public authorities in the Brazilian state of Pará have launched an inquiry after a 200m-long section of a bridge fell into the River Moju after being hit by a boat.
Chile’s Ministry of Public Works has approved the definitive design of what is set to be South America's longest suspension bridge.
The Chilean government has announced that a permanent repair plan is now in place for the Cau Cau Bridge.
Serious corrosion and damage to the main structural elements led to the closure of the imposing Hercílio Luz suspension bridge in Florianópolis in 1991. José Luis Silva, Pedro Faro, João Pedro Lopes and Hermes de Carvalho report
Colombia’s civil defence authority and relief agencies are carrying out search and rescue operations to find any people still missing after the collapse of a major bridge under construction.
The governor of the Brazilian state of Bahia has signed an agreement for construction of a 12.4km bridge to the island of Itaparica.
New contract supports the country's transportation infrastructure expansion.
An environmental impact study for a 1,780m bridge over the River Uruguay is to be presented to the public this month.
Governor of Brazil's Bahia province, Rui Costa, met with representatives of China Road & Bridge Corporation this week to sign a memorandum of understanding for the construction of the Salvador-Itaparica bridge.
An 11-member team from Parsons has worked with non-profits Bridges to Prosperity (B2P) and Puentes de la Esperanza to build a 58m-long footbridge in Colombia.
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