there was granite
Steel and concrete were used to make this bridge.
the Sydney harbour bridge? $13.5 million
NO! the sydney harbour bridge is an icon of sydney..if they got rid of it they would have to build another bridge anyway.. so there is no point
It took 1,400 men to build The Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Go to the Link Below (History of the Sydney Harbour Bridge) for a brief description of the bridge and the technology employed in its construction and design>
it took 6 years to build the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
They built the Sydney Harbour bridge for a good reason. If there was no bridge how would u get across to the other side without having to take a ferry.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge construction started in 1978 and took 121 men eleven years to build at a cost of £10.2 million
Work first began on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1924, and it was opened in 1932. It took eight years to build the bridge.
A series of Lotteries, the same as the Sydney Opera House.
The material used to build the bridge was wood and steel
The began to build the Bridge in 1954 and finished in April 1959 as it took 5 years to build.
the following materials are what were used to build the Brooklyn bridge: Steel cables GraniteIron and stone mansory piersI think there are more materials too! but these are most of them!
Construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge took eight years. It began in 1924 and was completed in 1932.
The most common materials are steel and concrete.
well ive been to aussie so people work at hungry jacks( do not eat their tastes bad) people work at the sydney harbor bridge climb( ive climbed it) people did work to build the sydney bridge, people who work in hospitals, captains of ships and stuff
The Eiffel Tower Sydney harbour bridge
lots of Lottery tickets! O - O
wood, metal and other substances.
The present London Bridge is a pre-stressed concrete box girder bridge.
A number of materials were used to build the Tower Bridge in London, England. These materials include steel, stone, as well as tar.
The current London Bridge is made of pre-stressed concrete.
cheese plastacine and gelatine
They needed a crossing from one side of the harbour to the other.
Construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge began in 1924, and took 1400 men eight years to build. Construction of the two halves of the arch began late in 1928, and the two halves were properly joined around 10pm on 19 August 1930. The official opening of the bridge occurred on 19 March 1932.
No. Gustav Eiffel had no input into the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Engineer JCC Bradfield prepared the general design of the bridge. Construction was undertaken by the firm Dorman Long and Co Ltd, Middlesbrough, Teesside. Sir Ralph Freeman, of Freeman Fox & Partners, was the designer of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Another civil engineer involved in the Sydney Harbour Bridge project was JF Pain, who was awarded the Manby Premium for a paper on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. He led a group of about forty engineers working for Freeman on Sydney Harbour bridge.