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“The World of Civil Engineering: Types of Bridges” is a LEGO IDEAS fan design focusing on seven examples of bridges: tied-arch, cable-stayed, truss, cantilever, beam, suspension and arch. The builds can be disconnected from each other to be displayed separately, and two parts—both the cable-stayed bridge and a crane—can be rotated 360 degrees. The set includes a total of 1,602 pieces.

The models, created by German artist MOCingbird, are meant to recognize the contributions to society made by architecture, engineering and construction, and the kit also includes both male and female figures to demonstrate diversity in the field. 

Visit tinyurl.com/bdvxk9yt to support the initiative and help ensure the designs come to fruition. As of press time, “The World of Civil Engineering” is in first place in the “Most Popular” category, with all 10,000 votes necessary to be considered for production, and has been chosen as a staff pick. It is now one of the models having the chance of becoming an official LEGO set. Results for the respective review round are expected in February 2023.


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