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Posted by Tasha Weiss on February 25, 2011 at 9:38 AM.
Rehabilitating the 100-year-old Dawson Bridge in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, included blast cleaning all structural members, then applying a three-part zinc/epoxy/urethane coating to provide protection well into its next century of service. Photo: Dialog. (Click photo for a sneak peek at the finish coat and the March cover image.)
The cover article in the March issue of MSC describes the largest application in North America to date of a steel Sandwich Plate System bridge deck. In addition to replacing the distressed concrete deck, the project team refurbished structural members, upgraded connections, and provided a first-class protective coating.
Read the issue online beginning next Tuesday, March 1.