fixed bridge


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fixed bridge

[¦fikst ′brij]
(civil engineering)
A bridge having permanent horizontal or vertical alignment.
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9 mile crossing with 3,638-ft long pile-supported, fixed bridge element and 1,035-ft movable bridge element.
The Summit XP design features include a fixed bridge design with a heavy-duty granite base and arch, passive vibration isolation system, and non-contact stage encoders offering 0.
The 299th MRBC provided rubber assault boats, which the 11th Engineer Battalion used in the assault to ferry infantry troops across the river, under fire, to secure the far side and neutralize explosives on the fixed bridge.
The Blue Bridge is a road bridge on the former A550/A494 Dolgellau to Birkenhead trunk road which was later replaced with a new fixed bridge upstream.
Awards of bids for construction services with an engineering estimate in excess of $100,000 will only be made to Bidders who have pre-qualified with Pinellas County for Fixed Bridge or Road, Street and Storm Sewer type construction, or those that are pre-qualified by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) in an equivalent prequalification, in the amount that equals or exceeds their bid.
These authoritative support systems with explicit consideration of fixed bridge device D-Bridge and SS80 Bridge select.
400 CF - restore spalled areas, latex modified mortar- styrene butadiene; 182 gal - epoxy material for crack injection - structures rehab; 6 ea - navigation lights - fixed bridge, repair/rehab.