A research project at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has resulted in the development of a new anchoring system for carbon fibre reinforcement.
Materials company Polymaker has released footage of Shanghai Construction Group's 3D printer in the process of producing a 15m-long pedestrian footbridge, which took 30 days to complete and weighs 5,800kg.
A new bridge which was floated into place over a canal in Hengelo features three innovations which were specially designed for the project
A new report explores possible reasons why the Yukon River in Dawson City has not frozen for the past two winters.
A range of new game-based learning resources has been developed using data gathered from the three major bridges over the Firth of Forth in Scotland.
Rapid developments in drone technology are expected to enable a wider range of applications in the bridge inspection field. Shekhar Scindia, David Day and Matt Bacon reveal the trials being conducted by a bridge owner in the USA
The University of Maine’s rapidly deployable bridge system has passed strength-testing to the US national standard for highway loading.
Conference, exhibition and awards in the European steel bridge sector - registration open online, early bird bookings until 1 July 2018.
Dutch company MX3D's robots have completed the 3D printing of the full span of a stainless steel footbridge.
A new bridge made of biocomposites will be built on the Dutch cycle network in 2018
With a system of cable collars due to be installed on the cable stays of the Alex Fraser Bridge in Vancouver over the next few months, José María Sánchez de Muniáin examines the options available to bridge owners for ice accretion management.
Five promising approaches to accelerated bridge construction (ABC) have performed well in a large-scale seismic test carried out at the University of Nevada in the USA.
Redesigned printed steel bridge for Amsterdam due to be completed next year
Fujitsu has developed a system that it says is successful in estimating the degree of internal damage to bridges.
Improved seismic behaviour and faster construction were the goals for engineers designing and building the world’s first extradosed bridge with butterfly webs. Akio Kasuga reports
The US state of Oklahoma is introducing a new system that will help bridge engineers carry out safety checks following an earthquake.
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