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Reinforced embankments for the causeway for a North Wales bridge project

Case Studies, Features | October 1, 2020 | By:

By Patricia Guerra-Escobar  FIGURE 1 Final bridge with permanent causeway The Pont Briwet Project in Penrhyndeudraeth, North Wales, U.K., consisted of the replacement of a historic timber trestle bridge with a new 446-foot (136-m) long concrete viaduct and the upgrade of the approach road to the north and south of the crossing (Figure 1). The […]


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