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Binh Bridge

Vietnam

Two A-shaped towers, each over 100 m tall, are the centrepiece of the Binh Bridge in northeastern Vietnam. This cable-stayed bridge was erected by ISS JV and IHI/Shimizu/Sumitomo JV using Doka automatic climbing formwork SKE50 combined with Large-area formwork Top 50.

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Project data

Year of completion
2005
Project duration
8 Months
Country
Vietnam
Address
Haiphong
Contractors
ISS JV - IHI/Shimizu/Sumitomo JV
Structure
Bridge
Type of structure
Piers and pylons

Pylon

Construction method
Fair-faced concrete
Structure height
102 m
Height of casting sections
3.62 m
Longest span
250 m
Width of bridge (superstructure)
22.50 m
Number of casting sections
23
Cycle time
2 -day cycle