Bridge engineering is the specialized field of engineering that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of bridges. It involves applying the principles of structural engineering, construction engineering, and geotechnical engineering to create safe, functional, and durable bridge structures. Bridge engineers must have a deep understanding of material science, mechanics, and mathematics, as well as an ability to work collaboratively with architects, contractors, and other stakeholders. In addition, they must stay current with new technologies, regulations, and safety standards in order to ensure that their designs meet the needs of society while minimizing risks to public safety and environmental impact.
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