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  Competitions

 
Lahntalbrücke Limburg - BAB A3

Reinforced concrete arch with elevated composite superstructure over 9 spans
Total length 477 m, arch span 225 m, height (centre of arch) 60 m

Standings:
no. 3 out of 8 concepts
(first place was not awarded)

                                                                                                                                               

Elbebrücke Wittenberge - BAB A14

Version 1 - trough bridge:
total length 410 m over 3 spans

Version 2 - cable-stayed bridge:
total length 565 m over 4 spans with 3 pylons

Standings:

Version 1 - trough bridge:
no. 2 out of  8 concepts

                                                                                                                                              

Rethebrücke
The superstructure is a dual-carriageway, erected as a composite bridge. The cross section is formed with two main girders, welded together tightly as trapezoidal box girder.

  

                                                                                                                                               

Prozessionswegbrücke Münster
Standings:
1st Place
in cooperation with PPL Planungsgruppe Professor Laage and Ingenieurbüro Lindschulte & Schulze

Version 1

Version 2

Version 3

 

                                                                                                                                               

Schiersteiner Rheinbrücke

The train of bridges is divided into two separate constructions (605 m + 650 m) as well as one framing construction with asphalt pass (30 m), total length 1285m

Participation

                                                                                                                                               

Muldebrücke Dessau
Standings:
1st place
in cooperation with Dorsch Gruppe BDC and
Henry Ripke Architekten

  

                                                                                                                                               

 

 
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