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    Portsmouth, NH

    Wind Fairings

    Wind fairings improve the aerodynamics of bridges by reducing the effects of strong or damaging winds on the structure. FiberSPAN™ FRP fairing panels enabled engineers to improve the aerodynamics of bridges while minimizing dead load. FRP panels can be molded in any shape or size needed and require minimal maintenance. On the Sarah Long lift span bridge, the installation also provided an internal walkway for lift span inspection. 

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