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Contributors Hall of Fame

The founder and the visitors of the website are grateful to the following engineers for providing useful information to us, enhancing the content and improving the quality of the website. These engineers have contributed by proposing useful links, sending photos, papers or other material. This page provides a list of these people who enjoy sharing their experiences, and thus educating their colleagues. We hope that more visitors will follow their example.

Many thanks to (alphabetically):

  • Elkadi Ahmed, PhD, Former Application Engineer at TNO DIANA BV.
  • Mohan Gupta, PhD, Associate Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Bhilai Institute of Technology. India.
  • Subramanian N., PhD, F. ASCE, M.ACI, Computer Design Consultants, Maryland, USA.
  • Sundt Peter, BSc in Electrical Engineering, Rice University, Houston, Texas.
  • Tarik Mahdi, PhD, Assistant Professor, Building and Housing Research Centre, Tehran, Iran.
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A deal was finalized between the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and a team of private companies to replace and demolish the existing Goethals Bridge connecting Staten Island and New Jersey. The team, named the NYNJ Link Partnership, is comprised of Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets Inc., Kiewit Development and Infrastructure, Weeks Marine, and Massman Construction. This is the Port Authority’s first public-private partnership and will be financed through tax-exempt bonds, loans, and developer contributions. The NYNJ Link Partnership is responsible for designing, building, financing, and maintaining the bridge. The replacement  bridge will improve the existing bridge by having 6 12-foot wide lanes, interior and exterior shoulders, a pedestrian and bike path, and a lane to be developed for buses, HOV, or light rail in the future.