November 15 - November 19, 2021

Since 2016, the number of bridges in “good” condition have been decreasing. Of the 146,000 bridges that the National Highway System reviewed this year, most are constructed using materials that are susceptive to corrosion. Do you believe enough has been done within the industry to address this problem?


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No 78%
Yes 17%
Other 6%


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Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; Commercial Construction; Condition assessment; Construction; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Infrastructure; Inspection; Latin America; North America; Z-Continents

Comment from michael beitzel, (11/15/2021, 11:38 AM)

I don't understand this question all construction materials are susceptive to corrosion. But we are not doing a good job of minimizing bridge exposure to accelerants of corrosion or neutralizing them or cleaning to remove them.


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