New Bonner Bridge is bigger, stronger, taller and able to withstand the worst OBX climate offers

Bonner Bridge engineer Pablo Hernandez slowly motored the boat near a T-shaped structure rising almost 100 feet above Oregon Inlet. Size matters in this unforgiving environment. “Everything is bigger and heavier,” he said. “Nothing here is routine.” Men and machines up top, appearing miniature, lifted into place a 100-ton segment of concrete similar in shape to a roof truss, adding another piece to the road bed.


Source: The Virginian-Pilot