In This Issue
This is a link to the website of Armeni Consulting Services. The firm specializes in pre- and postconstruction services and
is the featured company in the Focus article on page 6.
This is a link to a page on the website of Golden State Bridge, the contractor of the Shasta Viaduct Arch Bridge. The
web page has construction photos of the arches. The bridge is featured in a Construction Bridge Technology article on page 32.
This is a link to the PCI Foundation’s webpage providing information on architectural and engineering design studios at
several universities. The program at California State University, Sacramento, is featured in a Perspective article on page 46.
Clicking this link downloads the table of contents for the third edition of the American Association of State and Highway
Transportation Officials’ Manual for Bridge Evaluation
. The manual’s shear load rating provisions are discussed in the
Federal Highway Administration article on page 48.
This is a link to the website for the Bridging Kentucky program, a six-year, $700 million program to restore
approximately 1000 state and locally owned bridges. Kentucky is the featured state in an article on page 50.
This is a link to a downloadable version of Concrete Beams Prestressed Using Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer
Report VTRC 19-R29). The Virginia Transportation Research Council report is the result of a study of an in-service bridge
that was constructed using prestressed concrete bulb tees with carbon-fiber reinforced polymer reinforcement.
This is a link to the website of the Accelerated Bridge Construction Center at Florida International University. The
site offers access to current and archived webinars on case studies of accelerated bridge construction techniques.
This is a link to the PCI eLearning Center website, with contains online courses on precast,
prestressed concrete elements and materials for the transportation and building
industries. These courses are free and satisfy continuing education requirements of engineers in all 50 states.