The Alexander Hamilton Bridge, a 1,485-foot-long steel-arch span that carries eight lanes of traffic over the Harlem River in New York City, is undergoing a complex rehab. This piece discusses how designers and builders met the challenges posed by the project and explains how various value-engineering solutions have allowed them to save costs. The project is slated for a December completion, and the renovated bridge is expected to last for 75 years.

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