Why did Charles Alton Ellis build the Golden Gate Bridge?
To get to the other side.
Joseph Strauss designed the Golden Gate bridge partly. Others who were involved were Charles Alton Ellis, and Leon Moisseiff. Joseph Strauss was the Chief Engineer in charge of overall design and construction. He had insufficient knowledge in some areas, hence the involvement of Morrow, Ellis, and Moisseiff.
The bridge was designed by Joseph Strauss, Irving Morrow, Leon Moisseiff, and Charles Ellis. The Golden Gate Bridge was designed by Joseph B. Strauss, who was also the chief engineer of the bridge. Two civil engineers assisted him in the design, Charles Ellis and Leon Moissieff. A consultant architect also assisted him, Irving Morrow.
Joseph Baermann Strauss According to Wikipedia, Joseph Strauss was chief engineer and overseer of overall design and construction. However, a bridge architect called Irving Morrow designed the overall shape, lighting, and walkways. Senior engineer Charles Alton Ellis was the principal engineer of the project, collaborating with bridge designer Leon Moisseff. Joseph Strauss gets most of the credit, but there wasn't just one engineer. It was a team effort.
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