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Some of Ted Zoli’s bridges are showpieces. There’s the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, which forms a gentle S as it crosses the Missouri River, its 200-foot towers piercing the Midwestern sky. The Zakim Bridge rises dramatically above Boston’s Charles River, its gleaming cables forming wiry triangles that look like something out of a science-fiction movie. Closer to home, consider the Lake Champlain Bridge, with its singular, stately arch providing passage between New York and Vermont. ...


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