Pedestrian bridge in Providence wins international architecture award

THE MICHAEL S. VAN LEESTEN Bridge, formerly called the Providence Pedestrian Bridge, has won a significant architecture award. / PBN PHOTO/ARTISTIC IMAGES.
PROVIDENCE – The Michael S. Van Leesten Bridge, formerly known as the Providence Pedestrian Bridge, has won an international architecture award for design by the American Architecture Awards. Designed by the Michigan-based architect inFORM Studio and the U.K.-based engineering firm Buro Happold, the $22 million bridge is a state project that opened in 2018. It…

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