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Bevera railway bridge – railway route between Varese/Arcisate and Stabio

Italy

The Bevera railway bridge consisting of seven sections spanning 62 m each, is nearly 500 m long and the landmark of the new railway route between Arcisate in Italy and Stabio in Switzerland. Elliptical bridge piers of differing heights (3 m to 12.5 m) as well as chalice-shaped supports (8.8 m high) were realized in metal using custom formwork units and supported by Load-bearing towers Staxo 100.

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Bevera railway bridge – railway route between Varese/Arcisate and Stabio
Bevera railway bridge – railway route between Varese/Arcisate and Stabio
Bevera railway bridge – railway route between Varese/Arcisate and Stabio

Project data

Year of completion
2014
Country
Italy
Address
Varese
Structure
Bridge
Type of structure
Piers and pylons

Pier-head

Construction method
Oval or elliptical
Structure height
12.5 m
Height of casting sections
12.5 m

Pier-head

Construction method
Arched
Structure height
8.80 m
Height of casting sections
8.80 m