The first girder has been installed for one of the most challenging engineering elements of the 41km Toowoomba Second Range Crossing in Australia.
Contractors building the new Champlain Bridge in Montreal, Canada, have reached another milestone with installation of the first pier cap on the cable-stayed bridge.
Shallow water and a tight schedule were two of the factors that drove development of a new construction procedure for construction of marine viaducts in southeast Asia. Lee Kyoungjae reports
Australian contractor John Holland Pty Ltd has been fined more than US$200,000 following an accident in which a worker narrowly avoided being crushed.
The launch of the 4,750t bridge deck of Sunderland’s New Wear Crossing was completed yesterday following a 20-hour operation.
A new lifting bridge that will operate twice as fast as the existing structure will improve traffic flow between Quincy and Massachusetts in the USA when it opens in 2018
Research programme develops sustainable replacement for hardwood jacking supports.
Britain’s first asymmetrical network arch railway bridge was lifted into place yesterday by the country’s largest crawler cranes.
The 1,550t pylon that will be the focal point of the New Wear Crossing in north-east England is now in place.
The 100m centrepiece of the New Wear Bridge has been delivered to north-east England from its fabrication yard in Belgium.
Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) in the USA has awarded an engineering contract for a project to increase the clearance under nine highway bridges by raising their decks.
Qatar Rail has celebrated a major milestone with the completion of all viaducts across the elevated sections of Doha Metro Project, three months ahead of schedule.
A new cable-stayed bridge in Basrah, Iraq, has just opened to traffic, 26 months after the first pile was driven. Mario de Miranda reports
Watch time-lapse footage of a new bridge being installed over the Amsterdam-Rhine Canal in Utrecht
A new system to jack up arch bridges was tested successfully in the UK this week.
The new crossing of the Hudson River is taking shape with a derrick crane in action placing deck panels.
With deck unit installation on each side of the bridge now being progressed on a regular eight-day cycle, a stunning new bridge over Turkey’s Bosphorus Straits is starting to reach its final form. Helena Russell reports from the site
Two of the six form travellers for the Mersey Gateway project's main deck have now been launched.
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