The Gordie Howe International Bridge project is a once-in-a-generation undertaking that will provide much-needed transportation improvements at the busiest Canada-U.S. commercial border crossing. Being delivered by Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority, this vital border crossing is four significant infrastructure projects in one—the bridge, two major Ports of Entry (POE) and a complex interchange connecting the I-75 in Michigan.
Once complete, the bridge will be the longest cable-stayed bridge in North America and will set the record for longest composite steel and concrete cable-stayed bridge deck in the world. Its Canadian POE with border inspection facilities, tolling operations and maintenance facilities will be the largest along the Canada-U.S. border; and the U.S. POE will be one of the largest anywhere in North America.
As Design Lead on the Bridging North America team, members of the AECOM design team will be joined Moriyama & Teshima Architects to discuss the project’s unique challenges and successes, and the effective digital collaboration needed to design this unprecedented public private partnership project.
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