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Welcome to Bd&e #104: our latest issue with a special feature on pedestrian bridges and a spotlight on Northern Europe. Among the articles for your enjoyment in this edition are
- Norwegian vision: the preliminary design of what will be the world’s longest floating bridge has required decades of research and development
- Canada crossing: a unique project delivery model has contributed to the optimisation of a design for a bridge under construction in a Unesco World Heritage Site
- Rock steady: securing the long-term future of one of the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge
- Following the S-curve: 3D modelling software rooted in aircraft design but rarely used in the bridge sector has facilitated the smooth and successful completion of a complex footbridge in a new urban development in Sweden
- Concentric clarity: Appearance and structure meld seamlessly in the design of an elevator bridge to be built in Spain
- Steady as she goes: floating and lifting the entire basket handle tied-arch section of a US river crossing
- Mindset adjustment: applying UN Sustainable Development Goals to bridges
- BIM for BMS: the potential benefits for BIM in bridge management systems are much wider than the short-term, project-specific gains provided by BIM during design or construction
- Scour revisited: new guidance has recently been published that supports a more sustainable approach to bridge scour management, with scour estimation playing an increasingly important role.
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