Baltimore Sun interviews Tabatabai on bridge collapse

man standing in front of a bridge

Baltimore Sun editor Dan Rodericks interviewed Habib Tabatabai (pictured), professor, civil & environmental engineering, on April 8, about the engineering wonder that are bridges spanning water.

Tabatabai talked about the many considerations that go into deciding what kind of bridge to build at a particular site. The opinion piece was part of the news outlet’s coverage of the Francis Scott Key bridge collapse that occurred March 26.

Tabatabai is an expert in cable-stayed bridge structures, and officials are considering rebuilding the demolished bridge as a cable-stayed bridge.

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