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Posted by Tasha Weiss on March 22, 2011 at 8:29 AM.
Voting is now open for the 2011 Prize Bridge Awards honoring significant and innovative steel bridges constructed in the United States. The competition began in 1928 with first place awarded for the Sixth Street Bridge in Pittsburgh, coincidentally just a few blocks down the river from this year’s NASCC: The Steel Conference venue. Since then, more than 300 bridges have won first place in a variety of categories.
This year winning bridges will be selected from a pool of all the award-winning bridges recognized since the competition began in 1928. There are two concurrent levels of competition that will result in both Industry Choice and People’s Choice award winners.
Explore the past Prize Bridge winners, discover new and old favorites, and vote throughout the month of April on the National Steel Bridge Alliance website at http://bit.ly/gmS9U2.
For a list of the previous award-winning bridges, go to http://bit.ly/a38uku.