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Title: Shubenacadie Bridge Tames Angry River
Author(s): Daniel H. Franklin
Publication: Concrete International
Appears on pages(s): 73-82
Keywords: abutments; anchorage (structu
decks; bridge foundations; cantilever bridges;
cold weather construction; piers; prestressing
forcing steels; soil foundations.
Abstract:The design and construction of the 1444 ft long, cantilevered bridge over the Shubenacadie River in Scotia had to take into consideration a violent rive cakes, cold weather construction, and high-strength forcement of the cast-in-place concrete. The author covers in detail the various methods and techniques used during the design and construction stages of this bridge which took 4 years to complete.
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