Looking at bridges built by pre-industrial societies around the globe.
New materials spark evolution for bridge design throughout the Industrial Revolution.
The bridge-building boom continues worldwide, with young engineers striving to innovate with bold, structures made with shiny new metal.
Amidst WW2, battles were fought and won for bridges; key to strategic maneuvering across the land, historic structures often targeted to acquire or destroy during wartime.
Advanced understanding of environmental factors and impact prevention sees many historic structures retrofit or updated to stay relevant.
An era defined by greater collaboration between artists, architects, and engineers.
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