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Bridges & Structures

IBRC Resources

Once you're familiar with IBRC, use the Knowledge section for answers to specific information or questions. You can use the database of projects to discover the number of bridge projects IBRC funded. The database is updated to ensure information is current, and it includes projects funded that are under way, or completed; and information on projects by materials. Maybe you'd like to talk to (email? telephone?) a bridge engineer who has worked with both traditional and higher grades of steel. You'll also find State DOT and other road or government agencies using high-performance technologies and materials, and you can identify university partners or others contracted to monitor and test materials performance. Resources has links to other Internet resources on bridge materials and projects. Additionally, you'll find presentations that detail the IBRC Program. As IBRC enters the evaluation phase, Resources will be a thriving location for understanding progress of the program.

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Updated: 06/20/2013
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