FALCONRY AT THE GORDIE HOWE INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE PROJECT
When you think about what you see at a construction site, it’s normal for workers and heavy machinery to be among the first things that comes to mind. But you may be surprised to learn that falcons, hawks, even owls, are also key elements to construction of the Gordie Howe International Bridge project.
PREPARING FOR THE BRIDGE DECK OF THE GORDIE HOWE INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE
As work continues on the final phase of construction of the lower pylons of the Gordie Howe International Bridge, crews have been busy preparing for the main and side spans with the installation of corbels
Introducing Our Winter 2021-22 Co-op Students
Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) has been offering our cooperative experiential learning since 2016. 192 post-secondary students from schools across Ontario have participated in the program.
We would like to acknowledge that the land where the Gordie Howe International Bridge project is being constructed sits on Anishinaabe Territory. The Anishinaabeg in the Windsor area are known as the Three Fires Confederacy which consists of the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi Nations. This land has also served as a place of refuge for the Huron/Wendat people.