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General Information

Beginning of works: Fall 1963
Completion: 8 November 1966
Status: in use

Project Type

Structure: Suspension bridge
Secondary structure(s): Structurae Plus
Function / usage: Road bridge
Material: Steel bridge
Structurae Plus

Location

Location: , ,
Coordinates: 57° 41' 27.70" N    11° 54' 5.66" E
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Technical Information

Dimensions

main span 417.60 m
total length 933 m
clearance 45 m
deck deck width 28.1 m
pylons height ca. 90 m

Materials

pylons reinforced concrete
deck truss steel

Case Studies and Applied Products

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Excerpt from Wikipedia

The Älvsborg Bridge (Swedish:Älvsborgsbron) is a suspension bridge over Göta älv in Gothenburg, Sweden, which connects the north and the south part of the city. It was built in 1966 and designed by Sven Olof Asplund. The total length of the bridge is 933 metres and distance between the towers ("main span") is 417 metres, while the clearance below the bridge is 45 metres. The pylons are 107 metres tall making the bridge one of Gothenburg's most prominent landmarks.

The bridge was painted green for the 1995 World Championships in Athletics which Gothenburg hosted. Work started in 1993 and used about 36,000 litres of paint.

The bridge was the finish line for the 2005–06 Volvo Ocean Race.

Text imported from Wikipedia article "Älvsborg Bridge" and modified on 23 July 2019 under the CC-BY-SA 3.0 license.

Participants

Initial construction (1963-1966)
Design
Monitoring (2011)
Remote monitoring system

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  • About this
    data sheet
  • Structure-ID
    20008114
  • Published on:
    11/02/2003
  • Last updated on:
    05/02/2016