Construction of a steel arch bridge with massive abutments in in-situ concrete construction (span 56 m); deep foundation bored piles; production of a superstructure with final storage on four spherical bearings; flood damage repair; bridge construction and road construction; storage of the superstructure on two auxiliary foundations in the Saale river
Concrete frame construction
Clear width: 12.27 m and 17.39 m
The bridge structure, having a weight of 1,400 t, has been manufactured laterally stilted and after that moved to its final position and lowered.
Tied arch bridge with a road plate made out of prefabricated concrete parts and in-situ concrete plate; span length in axle: 83.00 m; the supporting structure consists of two vertical detached steel arches which are assembled by a hanger with stiffening girders to a tied arch bridge („Langerschen Balken“); pre-assembly of the steel superstructure, insertion with the help of a swimming ponton.
Total length: 410 m; gradient: 4%
Manufacturing of the superstructure by the place and thrust method, length = 36 m
From cycle 11 the superstructure has also been pulled because there was not enough friction due to the high gradient.
Length of the cycle: max. about 27 m
Construction of the Danube transition parallel to the existing crossing. As part of this project 4 bridge structures were erected: steel framework bridge over the Danube, length = 464 m; in-situ concrete frame construction (bridge “Feldweg”), length = 16.30 m; 2-field prestressed concrete bridge (“Brunnwiesenweg”), length = 66.70 m; 3-field prestressed concrete bridge (“Neusiedler Straße”), length = 42.55 m