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Grontmij moves German bridge in position

Consultant Grontmij will move the 175m long Eastern bridge into position over the River Main in Frankfurt, Germany today.

The new 2,200t new arch bridge will have three traffic lanes and two pedestrian lanes. Once completed it will connect an of Frankfurt currently undergoing redevelopment.

Grontmij transportation and mobility director Jochen Ludewig said river traffic will only be interrupted on two days while the bridge is being installed.

The firm has been working with architect Ferdinand Heide to develop the bridge design.

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  • Who is the contractor, or have the Grontmij guys rolled up their sleeves?

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