Mathur, Ravi; Orsolini, Greg; Ketchum, Mark A.; Spoth, Tom
May 2002
Roads & Bridges;May2002, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p26
Focuses on the design and construction of suspension bridge Carquinez Bridge for seismic retrofit in California. Replacement of the concrete deck; Technique for tower foundations and footing forms; Fabrication of the bridge deck.


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