Bridging wide spans with the balance beam principle
The closing cycle has to go smoothly, but it is also very important to plan the disassembly or retraction of the cantilever forming travellers.
As regards planning the anchor holes for the cantilever forming traveller, close coordination with the structural engineers is essential in order to avoid collisions with the bridge's tensioning-cable system. This method of construction involves relatively large deformations, so super-elevation has to be calculated accurately and conditions checked and adapted after every pouring operation. Doka supplies the structural engineer with the data on system deformations for each cycle.
The international experience of Doka gives you pooled, concentrated knowledge for a successful project. Your contact person will help you find the best individual solution, to make your project's 'bottom line' a success, too. In short: expert specialised formwork planning with lasting benefits for your bridge construction project.