Skanska to salvage remains of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge

The bridge just after being hit in March 2024 ((US Army Corps of Engineers/Public domain)
Skanska has won a $50m recovery and salvage contract from the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) for the Francis Scott Key Bridge, which collapsed on 26 March after being hit by a container ship.

Skanska’s scope of work includes debris removal, disposal and clean-up. This has already begun and is due to be completed next month.

Last week, the MDTA issued a request for proposals to reconstruct the bridge.

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