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Bann River bridge: radical surgery

This paper describes the design and reconstruction of Bann River Bridge to upgrade its load capacity and to design-out costly future maintenance. The concrete centre drop-in span of this three-span structure has been replaced with a composite steel span and the entire deck made continuous.

Author(s): McQuillan, Don;Jackson, Paul

Keywords: bann river bridge, northern ireland;reconstructing;design;joints;composite bridges;steel