Morandi, Riccardo

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Morandi, Riccardo (1902–89). Italian civil engineer, renowned for his reinforced-concrete structures, notably the Maracaibo Bridge, Venezuela (1957–62), the Polcevera autostrada viaduct, near Genoa (1960–7), the huge sail-roof of the maintenance hangar, Fiumicino Airport, Rome (1970), and the subterranean car-showroom, Valencia Park, Turin (1959).

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Boaga (ed.) (1984);
Kalman (1994);
Imbesi et al. (1991);
Masini (ed.) (1974)