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Interview: Roger Evans. View Form the Bridge
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Roger Evans has been Bridgemaster and Engineer for the Humber Bridge ‘one of the technically most perfect suspension bridges in the world’, for the past 7 years. Prior to that he was Deputy Bridgemaster for 12 years, having previously worked for contractors and more latterly as a bridge designer in local government. Kathy Stansfield

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