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Overview: Golden Ears Bridge
The Golden Ears Bridge will be the most significant improvement to the Greater Vancouver road system since the completion of the Alex Fraser Bridge in 1986.
Construction Milestones
The Golden Ears Bridge project is an initiative of TransLink, the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority. The scheduled opening date for the bridge is mid-2009. The timing of all construction activities is subject to permitting and approval by government authorities.
WEB EXCULSIVE: Canada's Golden Ears Bridge
Construction of the CA$ 956 million (US$ 770 million), 970 m-long Golden Ears Bridge, close to Vancouver, Canada started in July 2006 and is due for completion later this year, in time for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver in February. Richard High reports.
Fast Facts: the Golden Ears Bridge
"Fast Facts" about construction of the Golden Ears Bridge
Veidekke wins Hardanger Bridge contract
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration - Region West has awarded Veidekke Entreprenør the NOK 331 million (€ 37.2 million) Construction Project BRU 01 Concrete Work contract for construction of the Hardanger Bridge.
Burlington Bristol Bridge gets updated
Spider, a division of SafeWorks, recently used its ST-17 Air Spider to renovate a 1931 bridge.
Astaldi-led JV for Golden Horn bridge
A joint venture led by Italy's Astaldi Group has won the € 147 million (US$ 189 million) contract to construct Turkey's Golden Horn, or Hãlic Bridge.
Mega infrastructure: dams, bridges and canals
Many of the largest, most complex and fascinating construction projects throughout the world are all about infrastructure. Steve Skinner looks at a cross section of dam, bridge and canal projects that are underway around the globe.
Prosmyky traveller
Doka formwork travelled to the Czech Republic to create the new Prosmyky bridge over the river Elbe, due for completion in 2009.
New Dubai Creek crossing approved
The design of the seventh crossing to span Dubai, United Arab Emirates' Creek has been approved by the tiny emirates' ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
Spider’s swingstages help wrap up Venezuela project
Spider, a division of SafeWorks, provided grated deck platforms for a bridge restoration project in Angostura, Venezuela recently.
Te Wero Bridge designs unveiled
Auckland City Council, New Zealand has selected a design by Hyder Consulting, Denton Corker Marshall and Kenneth Grubb Associates as the winner of an international design competition for the Te Wero Bridge.
Ainscough in bridge demolition
UK mobile crane rental major Ainscough used a 1,000 tonne telescopic crane to help demolish Britain's first pre-stressed concrete bridge
Bridge All set in a day
All Erection & Crane Rental Corp. in the US has placed a 275 foot (84 m) bridge in three parts in one day
Crane by plane
Parts of a 1,250 tonne capacity crane were moved by air to complete a bridge installation in Sweden
Royal Haskoning wins Dubai bridge design competition
Netherlands-based Royal Haskoning has won the competition to design a new cable stayed bridge for United Arab Emirate-based developer Nakheel.
Barin under bridge inspection goes to the Philippines
The Department of Public Works and Highways, based in Davao City in the Philippines, took delivery of an Italian, Barin ABC 110/L under bridge inspection unit in March 2008.
Construction of bridges underway as Olympic Park foundations are laid
Construction work is now underway on the first of 30 permanent new bridges to be built in the London 2012 Olympic Park.
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