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London's Canary Wharf development has a new link to the surrounding road network following construction of a steel road bridge connecting it to neighbouring West India Quay (NCE 21 August). The 480t central section of the 67m span steel arch structure was jacked onto two quayside end sections after being floated into position on a pontoon. The bridge comprises two main curved beams which split to form vierendeel trusses on either side of the deck. It also incorporates a pivoting mechanism ...

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