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"Engineers found concrete bridge decks deteriorated by nearly half, cracked and corroded bulkheads adjacent to the bridges, and rotted timbers meant to prevent bulkhead movement. Newly installed water and sewer lines under one bridge were shored up with concrete bags."
"Although the consultants found these areas extremely concerning, they did not recommend replacement as the only option. Their report suggested remedial steps could forestall rebuilding the bridges for the near future. The bid results are expected to help drive the decision."
Question: Are bids being taken for REPAIR as well as REPLACEMENT??
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