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Viewpoint: Landmark bridges – utilitas versus venustas

As London’s proposed Garden Bridge is granted planning permission, Simon Bourne offers a topical perspective on the question of ‘good value’ in bridge design, arguing that engineers are best placed both to lead such landmark projects and to educate clients and the public in what constitutes good value.

Author(s): S. Bourne