One distinguishing feature that led to its sway to destruction was the bridges small width-to-length ratio; the bridge was incredibly narrow for its length also its topographic location made it very prone to high winds. These risks were never taken into consideration at the time. Project managers did not take them sufficiently into consideration since at the time was not much known about the dynamic factors. Conduct either a qualitative or quantitative risk assessment on this project. Identify the risk factors that you consider most important for the suspension bridge construction. How would you consider assess the riskiness of this project? Why? The most important risk factors are the width-to-length ratio of the bridge, the bridges side girders replaced with flat, solid girders, which did not allow the wind to pass through the bridge, and the location of the bridge.