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Stuart S. Chen, Ph.D., P.E.
Establish a roadmap for integrating steel bridge design through-construction processes and for advancing the state-of-the-practice in steel bridge manufacturing automation and productivity
April 23-25, 2001
Federal Highway Administration
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