The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 6 (1928) > Issues > Issue 5 > Modern Reinforced Concrete Bridges in France
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Modern Reinforced Concrete Bridges in France

Through the kindness of Messrs. Pelnard-Considere et Caquot, the writer recently had the opportunity of making a close inspection of several remarkable bridges in reinforced concrete now under construction to their designs. One of these bridges is on the main road between Annecy and Geneva, and the others in or near to Paris. Although differing widely in type, they all show the same remarkable fertility of invention which characterises the best French engineering, and the same meticulous care in the theoretical investigation of every detail in the design.