Modern Steel Construction - September 2010
- Emergency Renovation
When an intense fire destroyed the 9 Mile Road bridge, designers took the opportunity to also accommodate future plans.
- Artistic Flyover
Steel and Native American inspiration combine to produce a pedestrian bridge for keeping Phoenix students safe.
Modern Steel Construction - June 2010
- Fast Tracked Bridge Design
A sophisticated, iterative analytical approach to re-evaluating the bridge superstructure has put this project on the path to completion.
- A Long-Span Connection
A new high-strength weather steel girder bridge now crosses the flood-prone Pemigewassett River
Modern Steel Construction - March 2010
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Modern Steel Construction - September 2009
- Just Like New
Recycling and reusing parts of an old bridge means everybody wins
- Over the River and More
The new Topeka Boulevard Bridge spans a river, a railroad, a flood protection levee system, and local streets
Modern Steel Construction - March 2009
- Up and Running in No Time
In late spring, this bridge was severely damaged but by early fall, it was open to traffic again.
- Twice as Nice
Branson visitors now have twice as much room to get in and out of town over the White River.
- Wide River
The first bridge crossing the Des Moines River in Keosauqua, Iowa fell into the river. The latest endeavor is a bit more sturdy.
- Over the Rails in the Other Kansas City
Kansas City—Kansas—finds a new way to span a vast rail yard and link the north and south sides of town.
Modern Steel Construction - December 2008
- Taking Flight
An aviation museum's new pedestrian bridge pays homage to flight via a complex yet elegant design.
- The Arch Reinvented
As Ithaca, N.Y. has grown over the years, one its most significant spans needed to keep up.
- Early Adopter
A new steel bicycle and pedestrian bridge in Cupertino is the first cabled-stayed bridge crossing the interstate highway in California.
- Expanding History
A replacement span over the Missouri River provides much-needed extra room, scenic overlooks, and historic reverence.
Modern Steel Construction - September 2008
- Remember the Red River Valley
Part replacement span, part revitalization tool, a new bridge over the Red River of the North connects two Upper Midwest towns in North Dakota and Minnesota.
Modern Steel Construction - June 2008
- Opposite Coasts
Two Florida bridges—on either side of the state—will deliver multiple benefits to their owners and users, thanks to value engineering redesign.
- Limited Access
There’s only one bridge to Sauvie Island—and given its long list of requirements, only one way to build it.
Modern Steel Construction - December 2007
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