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Rhine Bridge at Wesel

Germany

The 772.5m long bridge over the Rhine in Wesel set a whole new standard in terms of the stipulations made regarding its surface appearance. The construction firm Hermann Kirchner Hoch- und Ingenieurbau GmbH cast these fair-faced concrete services using Large-area formwork Top 50. To deal with the 15.84° inclination, the engineers fielded Automatic climbing formwork SKE50. This permitted optimal adaptation to the structure geometry.

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Project data

Year of completion
2009
Project duration
12 Months
Country
Germany
Address
Wesel
Contractors
Hermann Kirchner - Hoch- und Ingenieurbau GmbH
Structure
Bridge
Type of structure
Piers and pylons

Pylon

Construction method
Inclined
Structure height
130 m
Height of casting sections
5 m
Length of bridge (superstructure)
772.50 m
Width of bridge (superstructure)
27.50 m
Cycle time
4 -day cycle