A Year After Fatal Genoa Viaduct Collapse, Replacement Takes Shape

Broken wooden bridge over background of stormy clouds

The first steel box girder deck span spine was raised.

November 4, 2019
Peter Reina - Engineering News-Record

Nearly 14 months after the Morandi viaduct collapsed in Genoa, Italy, killing 43 people, crews placed the first section of a 1,067-meter-long, 19-span steel and concrete replacement structure.

Reprinted courtesy of Peter Reina, Engineering News-Record

Mr. Reina may be contacted at reina@btinternet.com



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