Alluring Approach

by James D. Lockwood, P.E., (M.ASCE), Principal; J. Muller International, New York, New York,
John R. Hillman, P.E., Senior Bridge Engineer; J. Muller International, Chicago,

Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1996, Vol. 66, Issue 11, Pg. 68-71

Document Type: Feature article


A new bridge over the White River in Columbus, Ind., is a unique, architecturally appealing cable-stay, concrete-and-steel structure. The bridge satisfies municipal officials' desires to create an alluring gateway to this small, but architecturally rich town, which is home to works by 50 renowned designers. A steel pylon head connects four legs and anchors the top of the structure.

Subject Headings: Cables | Cable stayed bridges | Steel structures | Bridge design | Architecture | Concrete | Local government | Rivers and streams | North America | Ohio | Columbus | United States

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