Bridge across the river Wall at Nijmegen (Netherlands)
|load-bearing structure:||steel beam stiffened with an arch; lower box section bridge deck|
|weight:||6 040 t|
|investor:||the City of Nijmegen|
Complex basic geometry and camber created many surfaces, which could not be simply developed. The developed sheets had to be processed using a special function for developing doubly curved bodies (software Siemens NX).
Bridge across the Sundsvall Bay (Sweden)
|load-bearing structure:||continuous steel beam with box section|
|length of the bridge:||1 420 m|
|max. length of one span:||170 m|
|weight:||23 000 t|
A complex layout of individual lanes near supports, variable width of the bridge, and division of the box by longitudinal girders created a relatively sophisticated arrangement of steel trough ribs on the bridge deck.
Our firm participated in making the assembly design and also designed assembly aids.
Bridge across the Aller river (Germany)
|purpose:||railway bridge on the railway line Wunstorf – Bremerhaven|
|load-bearing structure:||solid-web steel beam of variable height with the lower orthotropic bridge deck|
|length of the bridge:||377 m|
|max. length of one span:||80 m|
|weight:||4 300 t|
|investor:||DB Netz AG|
Bridge across the Rhine river in Schierstein (Germany)
|load-bearing structure:||continuous steel beam of box section, composite reinforced concrete section|
|max. span:||205 m|
|length of the bridge:||1 280 m|
|weight of the steel structure:||35 000 t|