This detailed report provides information on testing conducted by WJE on epoxy-coated reinforcing bars used to improve the life in numerous marine bridges, many of which have been in service for more than 35 years.
To determine what level of corrosion protection is currently being provided by the epoxy coating in aged marine bridges substructures, an investigation was performed on four coastal bridges that were constructed in the mid-1980s:
• MacKay River Bridge near Brunswick, Georgia; (1984)
• Ocean Isle Bridge in Ocean Isle, North Carolina; (1985)
• Holden Beach Bridge in Holden Beach, North Carolina; (1985)
• Atlantic Beach Bridge in Atlantic Beach, North Carolina. (1985
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