“No matter how much suffering you went through, you never wanted to let go of those memories.”
Britain’s newest road bridge, suspended by 23,000 miles of cables over the Firth of Forth, has opened to traffic on 30 August 2017. At 1.6 miles (2.7km), the Queensferry Crossing is the longest bridge of its type in the world and, at 210m (689ft) high, Britain’s tallest, say its designers. Although cheaper than originally forecast, the bridge’s completion has been delayed by poor weather, and the decision to commission it in 2007 was contested by environmentalists and some local residents.
Our CG content was designated to show how fragile is the balance between original planing and the reality and it has had to be used in the dispute resolutions between the different parties. The full sequence could not be published due to the confidentiality agreements, therefore the 3D content presented below is an artistic impression, fragments putted together like sparkles of memory...
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