Civil engineering expert witnesses may consult on bridges, sewers, flood control, and earthwork. This week the Leo Frigo Bridge in Wisconsin was closed indefinitely due to a section that is sagging by an estimated two feet. The bridge was built in 1980 and last inspected in August 2012. The Federal Highway Administration has sent a team to aid in the investigation.
greenbaygazette.com offers a link to a DataMine: Search for ‘structurally deficient’ bridges in the state: Use this tool to look up the bridges in your community that have been identified as “structurally deficient,” meaning that the deck, substructure and/or superstructure requires attention for issues such as potholes or rusting trusses.