The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 68 (1990) > Issues > Issue 6 > Dual Designs in Steel and Concrete for Two Bridges on the A46 Newark Relief Road
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Dual Designs in Steel and Concrete for Two Bridges on the A46 Newark Relief Road

Two major bridges on the A46 Newark Relief Road (Nether Lock Viaduct and Windmill Bridge) are presently being completed using steel construction for the bridge decks. This follows preparation of dual designs in both steel and concrete and comparison of tender prices. Factors leading to the selection of the bridges for dual design are considered. The design requirements and features of the bridges are outlined. E. Jeffers and S.J. Wood