QEII Structural Health Monitoring project featured in June issue of Bridge Design & Engineering
Bridge Design & Engineering magazine has featured the work AIS has completed to implement a new structural health monitoring system for Connect Plus Services on the QEII Bridge, one of the UK’s busiest road crossings.
As a result of investing in its new structural health monitoring system, CPS, which manages the QEII Bridge, can accurately forecast longer-term maintenance and operational costs in the shortest possible time frame.
We would like to take the opportunity to thank Neil McFadyen at COWI who was instrumental in helping us to create this article, plus everyone else who involved with this fascinating project.
Find out more about the QEII Bridge structural health monitoring project in the June issue of Bridge Design & Engineering magazine.
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