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Factory Acceptance Testing of Pedestrian Bridge : 8-Ton Load Test

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Published on Jul 30, 2014

July 29, 2014—MONTREAL, CANADA – The MAADI Group engineering firm’s high-strength aluminum work bridge has successfully completed full-scale testing and analysis of vertical deflection under distributed load to verify that it meets stringent load standards prior to shipping. This utility work bridge spans 46.3 meters and will connect two offshore platforms at its service destination. Aluminum was chosen for the bridge for its lighter weight and resistance to salt water corrosion.

MAADI Group engineers focus on the structural and economic advantages of designing bridges with cast and extruded aluminum components, to create pedestrian bridges and marine structures that are durable, recyclable and offer a maintenance-free lifespan. For more information on MAADI Group aluminum bridges and structural designs, please visit www.maadigroup.com.

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