North Dakota Bridge a crucial link for reservation

09/15/2005 | Engineering News-Record

A new $55-million, 4,500-foot-long bridge crossing over Lake Sakakawea in North Dakota is due to open next month amid three days of Native American ceremonies. The Four Bears Bridge represents new standards of context-specific and environment-specific engineering and serves as a critical link for a northwestern corner of the Fort Berthold Reservation.

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