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CRAZY MONEY: UK engineers this week cast doubt on the buildability of a competition winning bridge design, selected by the mayor of Krakow, Poland. Local architect LewickiLatak beat international competition with its design for a 140m span pedestrian bridge across the River Wisla in central Krakow. The pedestrian bridge would be constructed in steel and could be built for less than the £5M maximum price specied by its client, the City of Krakow, a spokesman said. But Ian Firth, ...

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