The USA’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded the first-ever waiver allowing drones to carry out bridge inspections beyond the line of sight.
Repairs to the Pensacola Bay Bridge are expected to take six months to complete, Florida Department of Transportation has announced.
The engineering and design services contract has been awarded for a structure that will help improve the reliability of a Chicago rail service.
Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) in the USA has assembled a statewide team of experts to inspect, assess and repair the Pensacola Bay Bridge.
A groundbreaking ceremony has been held for the replacement of the Raritan River Bridge in New Jersey, USA.
A design-build contract worth US$24 million has been awarded for a bridge project that will aid the passage of migrating fish in the US state of Washington.
Politicians in the north-east of the USA have welcomed the award of US$248 million in federal funding towards the US$1.8 billion replacement of the Portal Bridge.
Two winning proposals have been chosen in the ‘Reimagining Brooklyn Bridge’ international design competition.
A consultant has been appointed to design a replacement for the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge, which has been closed since cracks were discovered in March.
Five teams have been shortlisted and invited to develop their proposals for the new Buck O’Neil Bridge in Missouri, USA.
A team from the University of Minnesota has made recommendations for bridge instrumentation after reviewing 10 years of data from the structure that replaced the collapsed I-35W bridge.
A consulting firm that has been barred from participating in federally funding projects in the USA is seeking to have the decision overturned.
The quality assurance (QA) contract has been awarded for the US$3.8 billion Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (HRBT) expansion project in the USA.
A contract worth US$115m has been awarded for a US highway contract that includes bridges with a combined deck area of more than 37,000m2.
A freight train has derailed, caught fire and caused the partial collapse of a bridge in the US city of Tempe, Arizona.
Work has begun on a project to replace four bridges, renovate another and convert a large culvert into a small bridge in the US state of New York.
Crews working for Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) are to use carbon-fibre forms to build a concrete bridge that will replace an old culvert.
A new engineering team has been chosen to review and complete design work for the cable-stayed spans of the New Harbor Bridge in Texas, USA.
The US states of Nevada and Colorado have awarded bridge inspection contracts to begin in late summer.
Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has announced a precautionary plan to repair a bridge that has become an essential route after cracking forced closure of a neighbouring structure.
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