Modular Steel Bridge Speeds Reopening of Southbound I-95 in Connecticut

May 2004
Welding Journal;May2004, Vol. 83 Issue 5, p4
Reports on the move taken by Acrow Corp. in speeding up the erected modular steel bridge in Connecticut. Reason for the fast reopening of the steel bridge; Materials used for the construction; Company operations.


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