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Friday, August 19, 2011

A new look at memorable I-10 bridge demos



Last week we gave you an update on how the new Mescal/J-Six bridge is coming along...

You might also remember that the night the damaged bridge was taken down, the old Marsh Station bridge was also demolished just a few miles away. It was a huge project that required completely shutting down I-10 for the night.

Check out the video above for a quick look at the work involved with tearing down two bridges in less than 10 hours.
Posted by Angela DeWelles   |  Labels:  Bridges, Construction, Demolition, I-10, J-Six, Marsh-Station, Mescal, Video


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