Floating in a bridge

May 2013
American Cranes & Transport;May2013, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p47
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the installation of Galveston Causeway Railroad Bridge and the restoration of the Galveston Bascule Bridge in the Gulf of Mexico which was performed by the business company Burkhalter. It states that the Burkhalter used a four-point mooring system to control the barge which allow the crews to position the bridge into place. It adds that the crews wore safety gear during the installation and the job was completed on time.


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