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Welcome to Bd&e #110, our latest issue with a spotlight on Japan and bridge rehabilitation. Among the articles for your enjoyment in this edition are:
- Ready to take flight: multiple site constraints are addressed by two highway bridges in Japan
- Urban revival: the complexity of bridge renewal projects in heavily trafficked urban areas
- Composites attract: prototype aims to eliminate high-risk pedestrian ground-level rail crossings
- Arch mastery: old methods and new tech restore collapsed 150-year-old masonry arch bridge
- Smooth first pour: Delaware Memorial Bridge sees largest deployment of UHPC in the USA
- Cured in no time: new expansion joint rolled out on major deck rehabilitation in the US
- Pared down: economic formwork and shoring solutions are deployed on two German bridges
- Complexity in Porto: new ways of working help deliver a complex new metro line in Porto
- Curving the crown: BrIM workflow streamlines work on Finland’s longest cable-stayed bridge
- Twinned for life: pioneering digital twin model covers all lifecycle aspects in US programme
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