Steel Makeover Under Way for Brooklyn's Squibb Footbridge

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The bridge's reconstruction is anything but a straightforward operation.

January 13, 2020
Tom Stabile - Engineering News-Record

Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Squibb Bridge has 127 fewer years of existence than the borough’s iconic East River span, but the pedestrian crossing got lots of New York City attention since it was first opened in 2013 after being shut down twice—once for excessive “bounciness” and again due to rotting wood. Now its reconstruction, hopefully for good, is anything but a straightforward operation.

Tom Stabile, Engineering News-Record

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