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October 1997


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Bridge Crossings No. 11
By Steven A. Weinhold, PE
Erection Engineering for Steel Bridge Superstructures


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Bridge Rehabilitation Saves a Lost Art
Once a popular bridge design, lenticular truss bridges are now few and far between. (94KB PDF)


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Celebrating 200 Years of Statehood
It was critical that The Tennessee Bicentennial Mall Railroad trestle was completed on time. (114KB PDF)


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Galvanizing Eliminates Repainiting on Bridges
A turn-key operation specializes in designing, fabricating and erecting galvanized truss bridges (132KB PDF)


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High Strength Steel Reduces Truss Costs
A new bridge across the Chelyan River in West Virginia utilized Gr. 36, 50 and 70 steels (139KB PDF)


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International Connection
The Blue Water Bridge, which connects Port Huron in Michigan to Ontario, is one of the first major bridges to use LRFD and SI units. (123KB PDF)


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Off The Beam


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