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Bridge Demolition Practices

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Bridge Demolition Practices

Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN-13: 9780309480376
Number of pages: 95

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Bridge reconstruction or replacement work often entails demolition of part or all of the bridge structure. Unintended events resulting in injury, project delays, and traffic disruptions can occur and have occurred during bridge demolition activities. The intention of this synthesis report is to assist in better understanding how to reduce risk associated with bridge demolition.

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