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Gordie Howe International Bridge: 5 questions we asked architect as construction continues along U.S.-Canada border [Video]

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The weather might be getting colder, but no doubt the construction of the Gordie Howe International Bridge is heating up as it progresses into its later stages.

The bridge is expected to transform the transportation and shipping industries between the U.S. and Canada, providing economic impacts for generations.

It’s a modern marvel being built right in front of our eyes.

Erik Behrens, the architect of the project, was in town from the United Kingdom recently to check up on construction and provides an update on how things are going by answering five key questions.

Of course, one big question people are wondering is, when will the two decks being constructed on opposite sides of the Detroit River be connected in the middle? That is answered further down in this article. But before then, here are other key updates Behrens provided.

Erik Behrens, architect of the Gordie Howe International Bridge project, …

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