The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 49 (1971) > Issues > Issue 1 > The Design and Construction of Kingston Bridge and Elevated Approach Roads, Glasgow
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The Design and Construction of Kingston Bridge and Elevated Approach Roads, Glasgow

Following an outline of the events forming the background to the project, the authors have set down their approach to the decisions which were required at the various stages of its development. The major disciplines are stated and reasons for the choice of the particular layout, articulation, materials and finishes finally adopted are given. W.A.F. Fairhurst, A. Beveridge and G.F. Farquhar

Author(s): Fairhurst, W A;Beveridge, A;Farquhar, G F

Keywords: kingston bridge, glasgow;design;construction work;prestressed concrete;box beams