I’ve often wondered if the steel used to build those sheet piles is composed of some kind of corrosion-resistant substance. I’m just curious about the fact that they’re thrown in water without any protective coverings. The New Japan Water Bridge is then put together with the assistance of ships known as crane barges. They have some of the world’s largest cranes on board to lift those heavy box girders and bridge columns to the proper location so skilled Japanese workers can screw and weld them together perfectly. This Next Level Water Bridge In Japan Will Be Just Another Engineering Marvel In This Technologically Advanced Country Once Bridge And Road Construction Is Completed.