Remember that bridge that fell down in Skagit County, Wash.? Of course you do. New money was recently found to retrofit the entire bridge, giving it a uniform clearance height once the permanent patch is put into place this September. Take a look at all the details in my Engineering News-Record article here.
As crews continue to dig the mangled steel that once was the Interstate 5 bridge spanning the Skagit River in northern Washington State, engineers are planning both a temporary and permanent fix for the four-lane highway. Read more at my Engineering News-Record blog here, with a full story coming this week in ENR.