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Gateway Bridge update
Southern abutment earthworks continue along with drainage activities and finishing of the pedestrian and cycle path on the eastern side of the new Gateway Bridge.
SNC-Lavalin wins Canadian bridge refurbishment contract
SNC-Lavalin has won the rehabilitation contract of the Princess Margaret Bridge, Canada
VIDEO Deh Cho Bridge cost increases
Canada's Deh Cho Bridge is now expected to be CA$ 15 million over budget, with a total price of CA$ 182 million.
VIDEO New designs unveiled for New York's Kosciuszko Bridge
The New York state Department of Transportation has unveiled four designs for the new Kosciuszko Bridge on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.
WORK Architecture wins Hua Qiang Bei Road competition
WORK Architecture led collaboration wins competition to redesign a 1 km-long section of Hua Qiang Bei Road
Peri speeds renovation work
A scaffold made up of parts from the Peri Up Rosett Flex system have been used to provide access to a 1940 reinforced concrete arched bridge which crosses the Rio Tua in the Portuguese province of Trás-os-Montes.
New bridge for Nijmegen
NeyPoulissen Architects & Engineers has won the competition to design and construct the new De Oversteek bridge in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
Indian bridge collapse kills workers
Up to 40 labourers are feared to have died after a bridge under construction over the River Chambai, near the town of Kota in Western India collapsed.
World's longest sea crossing starts
Construction of the world's longest sea crossing has started, just 18 months after completion of the previous record holder, the Hangzhou Bay Bridge. The 50 km-long, Y-shaped crossing will link Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau with a 35 km bridge and a 5.5 km-long tunnel, according to state news agency Xinhua.
New Fjord crossing
E D Knutsen Maskin AS has supplied three Liebherr 280 EC-H 16 Litronic tower cranes to build the Hardanger Bridge, featuring a clearance of 55 m, across Norway's second largest fjord.
Mastering water - Steve Skinner reports on some of the world’s largest projects
Bypassing, harnessing or resisting the world’s rivers and seas represents a unique challenge. Steve Skinner reports on the needs and solutions behind some of the world’s largest and most spectacular construction projects.
48 hour bridge demolition
Contractor turns to Atlas Copco for breakers and cutters to enable it to hit bridge demolition deadline.
Skanska wins bridge contract in New York
Skanska has secured a US$ 150 million (SEK 1 billion) contract from the New York City Department of Transportation to rebuild the Manhattan Bridge in New York, US.
VIDEO: Telescopic bridge wins Copenhagen design competition
UK-based Studio Bednarski and Flint & Neill, with Hardestry & Hanover and Spiers and Major have won an international competition to design the new Inderhavnen Bridge, in Copenhagen, Denmark
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