A structure that symbolizes US bridge engineering of the 1930s, the Pulaski Skyway, which links Newark to Jersey City has been partially closed as it undergoes a considerable rehabilitation - the largest in its history. The project was a perfect opportunity for the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) to take full advantage of the technical benefits offered by Ductal® Infrastructure joint fill over the 5.5km long bridge from Newark Airport to the Holland Tunnel.
Mauves sur Loire bridge
The rehabilitation of Mauves-sur-Loire bridge consists in substituting the existing deck (3,500 m²) made of brick vaults with a thin deck made of thin precast UHPFRC slabs. The main objective of the project is to upgrade this historic landmark by increasing its bearing capacity and allowing the addition of cantilevered footbridges.
Dominie Creek bridge lies on ancestral territory where Caltrans and Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation worked together to replace the old dilapidated box culvert structure. The finished bridge has an emblem of spawning salmon at each abutment barrier wall which was inspired by the locations salmon and trout spawning.
Grafstal road bridge
The concrete of the abutments and central pillars of the Grafstal road bridge (municipality of Lindau) above the A1 motorway showed damage due to chloride infiltration.