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Public Involvement  Spotlight: Indian River Bridge

Aspire Magazine - Winter 2012 Aspire Magazine - Winter 2012

"The cable-stayed superstructure consists of cast-in-place concrete edge girders with both precast and cast-in-place concrete transverse floor beams, and a cast-in-place concrete deck."

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MP Magazine - November 2011 Materials Performance - November 2011

"...The new bridge is designed to withstand the harsh marine environment of the Delmarva Peninsula, including the salty Atlantic seacoast and the potential for hurricane-force winds......"

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Aspire Magazine - Summer 2010

"...Pretensioned and posttensioned precast concrete transverse deck beams span between the cast-in-place concrete edge girders..."

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Pittsburgh Engineer - Summer 2010

"With the new bridge, boaters will have up to 45 feet of under clearance, which is 10 feet more than the existing bridge provides..."

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Aspire Magazine - Spring 2010

"The design provides a minimum 100-year service life, a critical component for officials and the key reason for the all-concrete design..."

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Construction Today - December 2009

"The Indian River Inlet Bridge will feature two 240-foot-high towers, or pylons, on each side of the bridge with single plane cable stays..."

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Concrete Today - September 2009

"Jay Erwin Jr., project executive for Skanska USA Civil Southeast, described the square piles as unique and noted that similar piles were..."

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