Exploring the Canyon Padre Bridge near Flagstaff.
Known as Arizona's longest open-spandrel bridge, the Cienega Creek Bridge ws constructed in 1921.
On Fort Apache Reservation in eastern Arizona, ADOT is working to replace a 50-year old bridge deck.
Daunting engineering challenge or monster B-movie material? We are looking at a tangled web for Throwback Thursday.
Ever wonder how a bridge, whether it be a stately metal connector over a canyon or a concrete slab over a wash, comes into being? And why they take the form they do? Well, let us tell you!
A close up shot reminds us that it's no small thing to pay attention to the details.
The Chevelon Creek bridge may not be part of a transcontinental highway anymore, but that doesn't make it any less impressive.
You may have missed the actual work, but you won't have failed to notice that a concrete pour has happened on our project at I-10 and Ruthrauff.