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I am using an organisational and leadership metaphor based on the Westgate Bridge in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The metaphor uses the essential structures of this bridge - including the foundations in the bedrock below the surface of the river and floodplain, below a layer of broken and unstable rock and a layer of sand and mud; the footings which are driven into the foundations but do not rise above the surface of the water; the pillars or columns which go up to carry the roadway; the roadway itself, which sits on top of the pillars. This bridge also has two columns which rise well above the roadway and from which some steel cables extend from both sides to provide additional support for the bridge. These need to be in the illustration as well.
I need an illustration, which can be used for presentation purposes, of this bridge. A simple, elegant digital drawing of the bridge with each of the components mentioned. I want the components to be able to be labelled - using the illustration as a base drawing in a PowerPoint or Prezi. .
The illustration needs a title - Leadership Lessons from the Westgate Bridge.
This bridge was the site of the worst construction disaster in Australian history in which a section collapsed. I use this story as a powerful leadership metaphor.
I need a designer who is prepared to go and look at a few of the images of the Melbourne Westgate Bridge and do a fair representation of this bridge - including the sections which cross the Yarra River (but not necessarily the entire Bridge as it is very long.
The disaster involved the misalignment of the ends of a span of steel when it was lifted in place. The large bolt holes did not line up and large concrete weights were lifted in place to force the alignment - this caused the steel back along the span to experience extreme stress and it eventually gave way. I would like a sub illustrations - one of two sections of steel girder with holes not quite lining up, one of the girder successfully bolted together with large concrete blocks forcing the alignment of the holes. There are images of the disaster on the web which give some clear insight into what the ends of the sections would have looked like. I would like a fourth illustration of the bridge as if it is unfinished - with the two halves not yet meeting in the middle of the river. The drawings do not have to be an accurate - photographic type of this bridge - rather a clear line sketch based rendition which can clearly be seen to be based on this particular bridge. The first and last illustrations described should be cross sections including all of the components listed above.
Each of the components represents an organisational attribute such as vision, people, policies, service delivery etc. I can add these labels myself in a presentation or PowerPoint etc.
I would also like an overall illustration for use as a title image. This one can be as artistic as the designer wants it to be - perhaps reflecting the disaster, but not necessarily.
I am in the process of writing blog entries which will need these illustrations. I am keen to get them as quickly as possible.
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