Drawing Lessons for Risk Governance from ‘The Big Lift’

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In August 2015, Halifax Harbour Bridges (HHB) began an 18-month, $150-million project to re-deck the suspended spans of the Macdonald Bridge.This significant technical achievement has been dubbed The Big Lift, and it is only the second time in history the suspended spans of a bridge have been replaced at night and in use during the day. The impact will be significant—up to 48,000 vehicles, 700 cyclists and 750 pedestrians cross the Bridge...

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