THE CONCRETE BRIDGE MAGAZINE

WINTER 2009

ASPIRE is a quarterly magazine published by PCI in cooperation with the associations of the National Concrete Bridge Council. The editorial content focuses on the latest technology and key issues in the Concrete Bridge Industry.

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ASPIRE , Winter 2009 | 1 C O N T E N T S Features AECOM—The Structure Behind The Structure 8 How the AECOM bridge practice gets things built. Maple Avenue Bridge 18 Three cast-in-place arches with differrent shapes conform to Oregon canyon, adding beauty and functionality. Folsom Lake Crossing 22 Design and construction. Canyon Park Freeway Station Bridge 26 Precast concrete helps first bridge on interstate corridor meet state's context-sensitive design and speed construction. Kanawha River Bridge 30 A record segmental span. Port Columbus International Airport 34 Crossover Taxiway Bridge Creates new look. Social, Economic, and Ecological Benefits of Sustainable Concrete Bridges Photo: Washington State Department of Transportation. Photo: RW Armstrong. Canyon Park Freeway Station. Photo: T.Y. Lin International. Departments Editorial 2 Reader Response 4 Feedback—Hood Canal Bridge Revisited 5 Concrete Calendar 6 Perspective—Sustainable Bridges and the Value of Innovation 14 Aesthetics Commentary 20 Safety and Serviceability 38 Advertisers Index 40 Maintenance, Repair, and Rehabilitation of Concrete Bridges 41 Concrete Connections 45 FHWA—Enhancing the Environment-Part 2 46 STATE—Concrete Bridges in New Hampshire 48 COUNTY—Snohomish County, Washington 51 AASHTO LRFD Specifications 52 8 26 22 34 30

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