LOCATION

København & Fredericia

CLIENT

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BUILDING PERIOD

N/A

PARTNERS

H. Nielsen & Son A/S, Monberg og Thorsen A/S

The pedestrian bridge crossing Gladsaxe Ring Road next to Buddinge has been established to obtain a safe way to Gladsaxe Senior School. Gladsaxe Ring Road is a four-lane road with a central strip, which is why the bridge is carried out with a span of 2 x 17 m.

The structural engineering consists of two welded-in box sections at 250 mm x 670 mm.  To limit the height of the construction, the bridge deck is placed on the subsurface of the box girder so that the box girders constitutes the lowermost part of the rail. The rail above the bridge girders is carried out in small RHS-profiles.

The bridge, having a free span of 2 m, is covered with a non-skid epoxy material.

At both ends of the bridge, there is a staircase carried out as independent sections bolted to the actual bridge.

The intermediate support is carried out as a lattice pendulum lid in RHS profiles. The bridge itself is built of 3 all-welded portable sections with bolted mounting thrusts making it possible to transport the bridge as a normal road transport and to mount it in one single night.

The concept for this pedestrian bridge has been applied in a number of bridges in the greater Copenhagen area at Baldersbroende, Amager, Folehaven and Jyllingevej.

A more simple pedestrian and bicycle bridge cross the railway in Fredericia.

The bridge has a range of 34 m and a width of 4 m. The structural engineering is carried out as an all-welded box section with a trapezoid cross section.

The bridge is manufactured and transported to the site in one piece and mounted in a few hours during the night.

LOCATION

København & Fredericia

CLIENT

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BUILDING PERIOD

N/A

PARTNERS

H. Nielsen & Son A/S, Monberg og Thorsen A/S


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