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Lahntal Bridge

Germany

As part of the A3 motorway near Limburg, the cantilever method was used to build the new Lahntal Bridge across the Lahn River. Six round, slender pairs of piers for two lanes in each direction support the separate superstructures of the bridge. Doka's formwork pre-assembly team was able to implement assembly, disassembly and repositioning operations of the two steel-girder grilles and the four Cantilever forming travellers quickly and efficiently.

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Project data

Year of completion
2016
Country
Germany
Town or city
Limburg
Contractors
Max Bögl
Structure
Bridge
Type of structure
Bridge piers and pylons

Bridge deck/superstructure

Cross-sectional shape
Twin-cell box girder – slanted webs
Structure height
55,0 m
Overall length of bridge
450 m
Longest span
90 m
Number of piers
4 arrows axes per bridge - each with 2 round pillars