2020 Bridge Award Submission Form
New in 2020, three bridges will be selected as the Bridge of the Year based on the criteria listed below. These bridges exemplify innovative and/or unusual techniques, design, and/or construction methods.
CONSTRUCTION MUST BE COMPLETED AND THE BRIDGE OPENED IN THE PREVIOUS YEAR
There are three categories for the Bridge Awards:
Bridge Cost - Under $2,000,000
Bridge Cost - $2,000,000 to $10,000,000
Bridge Cost - Over $10,000,000
To enter, please complete the form below. The submission deadline is October 31,2020.
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Bridge Submission Data
Please provide a narrative description of the project (1 paragraph) identifying specific reasons for award consideration (i.e., construction technique, schedule, cost, site conditions, unique application of current technology, etc.). Document should be uploaded in PDF format.
8" x 10" Photo:
Please provide one digital photograph (jpg or png format) for award purposes; to be printed at 8" x 10". Please use high resolution photo.
Please provide one or more half size (11" x 17") drawings or illustrative sketches in PDF format to show the overall scope of the project. Please compiled all drawings and/or sketches in to no more that one PDF document for upload.
Please provide a project description that includes a listing of the significant project features (3 pages maximum). PDF format.
Please provide a minimum of two additional photographs in digital format (jpg or png). The images should show the completed works of the structure. Other images may be submitted depicting the existing structure or construction process. Digital images should be 1 to 3 MB and be compiled into a single .zip file. These images may be used by ABCD to present a slide show of submitted entries at the annual meeting in May.
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