An event has been held to display what is claimed to be Japan’s first prestressed concrete bridge structure made using 3D-printed components.
The USA’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has awarded grants to 10 road and bridge projects that are aimed at accelerating the uptake of innovative tools and technologies.
A new software system for asset management that draws on the expertise of those who operate and maintain Denmark’s largest fixed links is being launched. Helena Russell finds out more.
A newly launched fire-resistant coating developed especially for composites has found its first bridge application on two fibre-reinforced plastic footbridges in north-west England.
Allplan’s latest bridge construction software contains a number of new features that its developers believe make it the first integrated 4D BIM tool for bridges.
Researchers from Brunel University London in the UK have developed a new concrete mix that is claimed to absorb 90% less salt than normal mixes.
Analysis using a new high-definition satellite radar system has indicated that the Morandi Bridge in Italy showed signs of warping in the months prior to last year’s collapse.
A research project at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has resulted in the development of a new anchoring system for carbon fibre reinforcement.
Materials company Polymaker has released footage of Shanghai Construction Group's 3D printer in the process of producing a 15m-long pedestrian footbridge, which took 30 days to complete and weighs 5,800kg.
A new bridge which was floated into place over a canal in Hengelo features three innovations which were specially designed for the project
A new report explores possible reasons why the Yukon River in Dawson City has not frozen for the past two winters.
A range of new game-based learning resources has been developed using data gathered from the three major bridges over the Firth of Forth in Scotland.
Rapid developments in drone technology are expected to enable a wider range of applications in the bridge inspection field. Shekhar Scindia, David Day and Matt Bacon reveal the trials being conducted by a bridge owner in the USA
The University of Maine’s rapidly deployable bridge system has passed strength-testing to the US national standard for highway loading.
Conference, exhibition and awards in the European steel bridge sector - registration open online, early bird bookings until 1 July 2018.
Dutch company MX3D's robots have completed the 3D printing of the full span of a stainless steel footbridge.
A new bridge made of biocomposites will be built on the Dutch cycle network in 2018
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