Minneapolis, MN: Lowry Avenue Bridge Construction Time Lapse – Girders on the River

Posted by Content Coordinator on Monday, July 30th, 2012

Hennepin County’s Lowry Avenue Bridge over the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minnesota, will open in the Fall of 2012. Shot over two days in October 2011, this time lapse video is composed of 11,000+ photos. The precast edge girders were built on site, moved by barge, and lifted into place. Each girder is approximately 155 feet long and weighs one million pounds. – on YouTube.

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