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Egnatia Odos - Metsovotikos Bridge

Greece

The Metsovotikos Bridge is a structure on one of the most modern – and most difficult-to-build – motorways in Europe, which was built by Pantechniki ATE in Greece. To erect the tallest pier of all these bridges, the site team used Automatic climbing formwork SKE, achieving an average cycle time of four days. The Doka stair tower provided quick, safe access to this 'high-up' workplace.

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Project data

Year of completion
2006
Project duration
5 Months
Country
Greece
Address
Metsovo
Contractors
Aktor ATE
Structure
Bridge
Type of structure
Piers and pylons

Piers

Structure height
100 m
Height of casting sections
4.40 m
Number of casting sections
22
Cycle time
4 -day cycle