LOCATION

Høje Taastrup

CLIENT

Høje-Taastrup Kommune

BUILDING PERIOD

2007-2008

PARTNERS

O. Christensen & K. Sørensen

ISC has for the Municipality of Høje Taastrup designed a new pedestrian steel bridge crossing Roskildevej at Baldersbrønde. The original steel bridge was hit by a truck where the driver had forgotten to lower the crane. Thus a replacement of the bridge was necessary.

ISC´s task comprised all phases of consultancy from the removal of the destroyed bridge till the new bridge was in place. ISC investigated to determine a condition of the damaged bridge stating the expected remaining lifetime for the trucker drivers insurance company.

ISC also conducted an assessment of the condition of the existing foundations and design of the renovation project for these foundations for them to be used for the new bridge.

ISC designed the new bridge in steel. The bridge is 51 m long and 2 m wide and has a total weight of 41 ton.

The project planning commenced in May 2008 and in June 2008 tender was given to contractors alongside the renovation of the foundations. In August 2008 the bridge was contracted and commenced being manufactured by Bladt Industries A/S in Aalborg.

December 14th 2008 it was transported to the building site in 9 sections – 3 bridge section, 2 supports and 4 staircase sections. Mounting of the bridge was conducted in the night in only 6 hours with minimal disturbance of the traffic.

The bridge was designed according to the same principals and cross sections as the destroyed bridge, however, with some minor modifications to improve the structures ability to resist corrosion. The new bridge has also been given a slightly curved shape and some bracing between the steel frames to harmonize better with the design of the intermediate supports.

One of the advantages of using steel for these types of bridges is of course that the bridge can be mounted with very little disturbance of the traffic. However, the accident also showed that the impact of the accident could have been much more significant – had it not been a steel bridge with plastic characteristics. There were no crashing of heavy elements if it had been a heavy concrete bridge.

The total cost was approx. DDK 3.5 mill.

LOCATION

Høje Taastrup

CLIENT

Høje-Taastrup Kommune

BUILDING PERIOD

2007-2008

PARTNERS

O. Christensen & K. Sørensen


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