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Doka's formwork aids construction od unique 260-foot high Paseo Bridge

03.01.2011 | Doka USA
The Florida Everglades are currently undergoing the largest environmental restoration project ever in the United States. One of the requirements of this project is to allow the water to flow from man-made canals back over the open landscape as it once did. To accomplish this, the use of cast-in-place culverts will be implemented to allow water to flow underneath elevated roads and berms.

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