What Is a Good Bridge Design?

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A good bridge design should have a plan showing all obstacles that are supposed to be bridged, soil conditions for the area where the bridge will be built, the weather and its effect on the environmental conditions, and the soil conditions for the bridge's foundation. Generally, it should have all factors that pertain to the entire construction process.
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