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Follow up: Pedestrian bridge collapse at FIU

To clarify BDI’s role on the Florida International University bridge project, we worked as a subcontractor to Barnhart Crane and Rigging. BDI was contracted to conduct monitoring while the bridge was moved into place. BDI was not involved in the bridge’s design or construction and no BDI personnel or equipment were onsite at the time…

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The pedestrian bridge collapse at FIU

We are deeply saddened to hear that the pedestrian bridge has collapsed at FIU.  Our hearts go out to the individuals and families that have been affected by the collapse. We have removed comments from our social media accounts out of respect for the individuals and families that have been affected by the collapse.

Nondestructive Evaluation of Bridge Decks in North Carolina

Infrasense and BDI recently teamed to perform a unique study of three bridges in Davie County, North Carolina for the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). The objective of the study was to pilot a comprehensive NDE testing program on a small sample of bridge decks, which will be used as a basis for future…

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Celebrating the legacy of George G. Goble, Ph.D., P.E.

In loving memory of George G. Goble, Ph.D., P.E. There are some giants in the world of engineering – some more recognized than others. For those of us in the Deep Foundation Engineering World, Dr. Goble was a giant. He had the intellect, knowledge and – most importantly – the drive to change our world….

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BDI in the news…

The media was out and about interviewing our crew in Rhode Island last week as they worked testing a bridge in Nanaquaket. Read all about it here: Nanaquaket Bridge Receives Structure Test