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Welcome to Bd&e #105: our latest issue with a special feature on next-generation bridge construction and a spotlight on North America. Among the articles for your enjoyment in this edition are
- History in the making: the story behind Washington DC DDOT's largest ever construction project
- Track changes: To prepare for a future where carbon footprint has the same weighting as cost in the design and construction of a bridge, one engineering firm is making carbon an intrinsic, actionable part of the design process
- Industrialisation 3.0: large-scale accelerated bridge construction in Zhengzhou, China
- Printing works: the developmental journey continues for 3D-printed bridges
- Lost in translation: questions are raised about the true state of US bridge
- Race to the top: the Gordie Howe International Bridge project celebrates 1,000 days since the start of construction with the first pours of the footings
- Handwash only: trials aim to mitigate ice accretion on Scotland's Queensferry Crossing
- Rising tensions: a bespoke bolt tensioning system was conceived and fabricated in just eight weeks for the record-breaking 1915 Canakkale Bridge in Turkey
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