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South Bank Bridge

The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is working hard to create this important active transportation link. The bridge will connect Nashua Street Park to Beverly Way, strengthening the integration of the Charles River and Boston Harbor into the life of the City. We are proud to be the lead designer of this bridge, which is intended to be a sister to the North Bank Bridge. We look forward to sharing more info as soon as we are authorized.
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North Bank Bridge

Highly irregular 700 foot long pedestrian bridge in Boston, MA. The steel trusses sweep above and below the deck in response to the site constraints, including commuter rail tracks and the Millers River.
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Liberty Bridge

350 foot long pedestrian bridge over the Reedy River in Greenville, SC. The single suspension cable carries a highly curved deck to which the hanger cables are attached on only one side.
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Weave Bridge

145 foot long pedestrian bridge at UPenn featuring a steel truss with scissored top chords. The structure is principally composed of steel "ribbons" wrapped around the rectangular user space.
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Otis Dam Bridge

  The Otis Dam and the Otis Dam Bridge in Otis, MA were reconstructed by the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) in 2011. The required construction detour was overly long, prompting DCR to prohibit construction during the recreational season. The entire project was completed over two seasons, but the spillway substructure and superstructure were constructed over the course of a single winter. The schedule was successfully met with the use of a prefabricated superstructure. The modest 42 foot long steel and concrete composite structure was fabricated off site, brought in by truck, and lifted into place by crane once the substructure was substantially complete. Final design was initiated at the end of March, 2010 and bid documents were issued at the beginning of June, 2010. The bridge was lifted into place on schedule at a cost of approximately $300,000. David Greenwold was the Engineer of Record and Project Engineer for all phases of work.
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West End Bridge

Winning entry for an international design competition, developed in collaboration with EndresWare. Two 700 foot long curved pedestrian bridges were proposed to be hung from an existing trussed arch bridge.
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WPI Footbridge

Concept sketches for a new footbridge proposed for WPI in Worcester, MA. The bridge must connect new playing fields atop a garage with a planned promenade. There is a major drainage structure between these points as well as a traffic circle and fire lane. We proposed two options. Both were designed to accommodate these constraints and put as little load on the garage structure as possible.
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