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Five steel-free deck slabs have been built in Canada since 1995. The first was erected over the Salmon River, in Nova Scotia, as part of a new two-span simply supported bridge. One deck was built to a conventional reinforcement concrete design, while the other was steel-free, and 25mm thinner.