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Brazil-Peru Integration Bridge

General Information

Other name(s): Ponte da Integração Brasil-Perú
Beginning of works: 2004
Completion: 2005
Status: in use

Project Type

Structure: Extradosed bridge
Function / usage: Road bridge
Material: Prestressed concrete bridge
Construction method: Balanced cantilever method

Location

Location: , , ,
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Crosses:
  • Acre
Coordinates: 10° 56' 29.14" S    69° 34' 37.35" W
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Technical Information

Dimensions

span lengths 65 m - 110 m - 65 m
deck width 16.8 m
pylons height ca. 22.5 m

Materials

deck prestressed concrete
pylons reinforced concrete

Excerpt from Wikipedia

The Brazil-Peru Integration Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Acre River at a point which forms the international border between Peru and Brazil. The bridge is part of highway BR-317, and connects the Peruvian city Iñapari to the Brazilian city Assis Brasil. The bridge is very close to the Bolivian city Bolpebra.

Text imported from Wikipedia article "Brazil%E2%80%93Peru Integration Bridge" and modified on 03 June 2020 according to the CC-BY-SA 3.0 license.

Participants

Design
Structural engineering
Consulting engineers
Co-contractor

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  • About this
    data sheet
  • Structure-ID
    20016102
  • Published on:
    19/04/2005
  • Last updated on:
    06/12/2016