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The Jeremiah Morrow Bridge I-71

When the Ohio Department of Transportation decided to replace the existing Jeremiah Morrow Bridge with a new concrete structure, they specified the use of epoxy-coated reinforcement to help achieve the desired service life of 75 to 100 years. Epoxy-coated reinforcement is used in all the bridge components including the drilled shafts, mass concrete footings, piers, and superstructure.

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