The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey has reached a milestone in its ‘Restoring the George’ programme.
The independent design verification contract has been awarded for the suspension bridge that is set to have the world’s longest span.
Major works could start next year to restore one of the world's oldest suspension bridges if a bid for lottery funding is successful.
The second of two 66,000t caissons is now in place for the pylon foundations of what is set to be the world's longest-spanning suspension bridge.
Local authorities in south-west England have awarded an eight-year structural health monitoring (SHM) contract to help extend the life of the Tamar Bridge.
Cambridgeshire County Council in eastern England has awarded the contract for detailed design of a suspension footbridge whose concept was developed by Knight Architects.
One of the companies that helped build the Humber Bridge more than 40 years ago has secured the contract for a year-long inspection programme covering the structure’s main cables.
Chile’s Ministry of Public Works has approved the definitive design of what is set to be South America's longest suspension bridge.
A US$253 million contract has been awarded for the rehabilitation of the Throgs Neck Bridge in New York, USA.
The maintenance project, which will begin in December, involves the installation of a bespoke access platform to allow engineers to inspect the bridge hangers.
The joint venture of American Bridge and Fluor that built the eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (SFOBB) has reached agreement in a multi-million-dollar contract dispute with the client.
Construction of a multi-span suspension bridge in Korea is due for completion later this year as part of a 10km crossing in the southwest of the country. Jung-in Kim reports
Delaware River Port Authority has appointed Modjeski & Masters to carry out the 2018 biennial inspection of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge in the USA.
The major US$170 million contract on the Mulheimer Bridge over the Rhine in Cologne, Germany will be carried out with the bridge kept open to traffic.
China’s longest glass-decked suspension bridge has opened to the public.
Images of a planned 1.5km-span suspension bridge on the E39 in Norway have been released by the Norwegian Roads Authority ahead of the new route being submitted for municipal approval next year.
Preliminary work is now under way on Spencer Group’s complex project to replace truss ends on Scotland's Forth Road Bridge with a new system.
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