How to change a bridge

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+14 1. Zebulun commented 7 years ago

I like how the new street comes gift wrapped. :)
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+5 2. marleymanbob commented 7 years ago

wow congratulations to the the project manager(s)!
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+6 3. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

This would be achieved in most countries IN ABOUT A YEAR! >:)
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0 4. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

#3 Yes, but we don't know how long this one will hold up.
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+2 5. gremlinbyname commented 7 years ago

Great, but if they build their bridges anything like they build their escalators, we will be seeing a video titled "deadly bridge collapse" some time in the next few weeks on LiveLeaks! :p
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+1 6. drunkmonk commented 7 years ago

That's about as long as it's gonna hold. :(|)
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+1 7. watsonlr commented 7 years ago

It's a Rapid Bridge replacement. They have replaced several of the bridges on the 417 through Ottawa with this method.

Build new bridge at a location close to old span.
Prep, lift and remove old span, by removing guardrails, bolts etc.
Move new span into place via SPMT, or similar and reconnect.

The prep takes a few months the actual move can be completed in a night if the span is small enough.