The Deh Cho Bridge crosses the Mackenzie River at Kilometer 23 of the Yellowknife Highway 3, near Fort Providence, NT. This is the first bridge crossing the Mackenzie and permanently replaces a ferry, which ran during the summer months, and ice road services during the winter.
This project was awarded the ACEC-BC Award of Excellence.
The Atal Setu Bridge (known colloquially by locals as the Basohli Bridge) over the Ravi River is the first cable-stayed bridge procured under a design-build contract in India and provides close connectivity between the three northern states of Punjab,
After 50 years of public petitioning including hunger strikes by the isolated community of Basohli, the Border Roads Organization (BRO) of the Indian Ministry of Defense proceeded with the development of the Atal Setu Bridge, an alternative route to National Highway 1A.