History in the remaking

Developing retrofit strategies for historic bridges

Sherif Morcos, Ph.D, P.E. / October 01, 2005

 

About the Author

Morcos is a structures section manager for bridge engineering with HDR. He works out of HDR’s Pasadena, Calif., office and can be reached at 626/584-1740 or by e-mail at [email protected]

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