The tender notice has been published for a subcontract to refurbish part of the underdeck access system at the Forth Road Bridge in Scotland.
The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey has reached a milestone in its ‘Restoring the George’ programme.
One of the candidates to be mayor of Auckland in New Zealand is pushing for the expansion of the city’s harbour bridge by sliding a new two-level superstructure onto the existing piers.
The columns of a viaduct over a new highway junction in Southampton, England, are to be fitted with a hydroponic planting system in a bid to improve air quality.
The next phase is getting under way this month of structural and seismic upgrades to the seven-span Granville Bridge in Vancouver, Canada.
The operation was undertaken to give river traffic safer and more efficient passage following the construction of a replacement bridge
Oxfordshire County Council in England has brought forward the replacement of a busy road bridge after establishing that repairs are no longer viable.
A contract worth almost US$23 million has been awarded for a four-year project to repaint the steelwork of Scotland’s Erskine Bridge.
The 30m-long, 560t central section of the bridge was moved for the first time since its construction in 2013.
The US state of Massachusetts has approved a five-year, US$18.3 billion capital investment plan for road and bridge projects, airports, rail and transit.
A temporary measure has been approved that will allow the reopening of the John A Roebling Suspension Bridge in the US state of Kentucky.
Preparatory work is getting under way on a project to install new timber protection for all seven piers of the medieval Charles Bridge in the Czech capital, Prague.
The current phase of work to replace dozens of joints on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge in California, USA, is on track to be completed next month.
Better information is needed about the thousands of bridges in Nova Scotia, Canada, to help managers decide which projects to do and when to do them, an audit has found.
A number of movable and complex bridges to be rehabilitated and inspected in the State of Michigan.
A monitoring contract has been awarded for 14 major bridges that form part of a new high-speed railway in central Greece.
The Scottish government has launched a plan to promote the three bridges over the Firth of Forth as a tourist destination.
A campaign has been launched to fund the restoration of the Shaw Bridge - the finest surviving example of a bowstring truss bridge design that was patented by a leading 19th century engineer.
A planning application has been submitted for the restoration of a former railway viaduct in the UK so that it can be reopened for use by pedestrians and cyclists.
Local authorities in south-west England have awarded an eight-year structural health monitoring (SHM) contract to help extend the life of the Tamar Bridge.
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