A Reason To Hope

Bergeron, Angelle; Korman, Richard
February 2006
ENR: Engineering News-Record;2/13/2006, Vol. 256 Issue 6, p26
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The article focuses on Boh Bros. Construction Co., which worked non-stop to get a bridge open to four lanes of traffic 130 days after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, Louisiana. On January 6, the 5.4-mile westbound span of New Orleans' Interstate 10 bridge over Lake Pontchartrain reopened eight days ahead of the schedule. Robert S. Boh, owner of the company, said that Boh Bros. specifically and the construction industry in general has gotten a big boost of appreciation from the population at large.


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