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The Medford I-93 93Fast14 project funded by the Patrick-Murray Administration's Accelerated Bridge Program used innovation to replace 14 bridges on one of Massachusetts' busiest highways in just ten weekends, with each weekend's work completed hours ahead of schedule.

Check out the construction video overview, including rapid demolition and cranes carefully building new bridges with prefabricated panels.

 

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