Initial steel needs for Calif. bridge flow to local market
Jun 02, 2014 | 12:13 PM
| Frank Haflich
LOS ANGELES Initial steel requirements for the $1-billion Gerald Desmond Bridge replacement project in Long Beach, Calif., are beginning to trickle into the local market.
A spokeswoman for the bridge project said that 2,370 tons of reinforcing steel is being ordered for the initial phase of cast-in-drilled-hole pile foundation shafts. This is in addition to about 500 tons used in test shafts over the past six months. Suppliers and fabricators of the rebar were not identified.....
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