Ken Clausen, left, and Camron Sobotka on the Broadway Bridge site earlier this year. Clausen, the lead designer on the new Broadway Bridge, died in March. The new bridge will open on Friday, Sept. 9.
Ken Clausen, left, and Camron Sobotka on the Broadway Bridge site earlier this year. Clausen, the lead designer on the new Broadway Bridge, died in March. The new bridge will open on Friday, Sept. 9. Eric Clausen
Ken Clausen, left, and Camron Sobotka on the Broadway Bridge site earlier this year. Clausen, the lead designer on the new Broadway Bridge, died in March. The new bridge will open on Friday, Sept. 9. Eric Clausen

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