José Antonio Llombart
|Published in:||Hormigón y acero, 3rd Quarter 1991, n. 180, v. 42|
Two continuous deck bridges, built by step construction
1) Mislata Bridge, in Valencia (Spain). Mislata bridge is made of two twin structures. The work is located in the surroundings of Valencia, between the City and the Airport, a stretch with a high traffic intensity. the singularity of this work is the procedure followed in the construction of both bridges. 2) Argos Bridge, in Medellín (Colombia). Argos Bridge is an urban viaduct in Medellín (Colombia). It's drawn as two twin structures with a continuous voided slab deck of prestressed concrete with one intermediate expansion joint. Each roadway bifurcates in two branches; one of them running with a severe curvature in plant. The deck has been built by step construction.
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