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Scherkondetal Bridge

Germany

The Scherkondetal Bridge is a twin-track railway overpass on the new Erfurt–Leipzig/Halle line. Designed as a frame bridge, the 576.5 m long structure spans the valley of the Scherkonde river east of Krautheim (some 15 km north of Weimar) at a height of up to 34 m.

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Project data

Year of completion
2010
Project duration
12 Months
Country
Germany
Address
Grossbrembacher Strasse 113
Zip/Postal Code
99439
City
Krautheim
Realization
Adam Hörnig Baugesellschaft GmbH & Co
Structure
Bridge
Type of structure
Cantilevered parapets

Cantilevered parapet

Construction method
Straight
Number of spans
14
Longest span
44 m
Number of piers
11
Length of bridge (superstructure)
576 m
Width of bridge (superstructure)
13.95 m
Height of bridge (up to top edge of superstructure)
33 m
Parapet height
1.10 m
Parapet width
0.45 m
Height of inner shield
0.49 m
Length of concreting section
26 m
Number of casting sections
23