In April, the University of Maine's Advanced Structures and Composites Center received the American Society for Civil Engineering's (ASCE) prestigious Pankow Award for Innovation for developing "bridge-in-a-backpack" technology, which allows bridges to be built within days instead of weeks. The system uses inflatable arch forms that each fit into a large duffle bag. The forms are filled with concrete on the jobsite to build bridges up to 60 feet long. Read PUBLIC WORK's coverage of this innovative system in our February issue ("Accelerated construction combats corrosion," page 32) or at http://go.hw.net/accelerated.