KEDMOR’s bridge design capacity includes overpasses, viaducts, railway bridges, large culverts, and pedestrian bridges. Design is carried out using advanced methods, supported by advanced computer software.

KEDMOR designs, include balanced cantilever superstructures, segmental bridges, box girder bridges, incrementally launched bridges, span by span segmental bridges, steel bridges, composite bridges, cut and cover tunnels end portal etc.

KEDMOR specializes in complex structural design and bridging solutions, offering preliminary, final and detailed design and constructability reviews. 

Em HaMoshavot

Location: National Highway No. 4, Israel
Status: Completed 2011

Project Description
The Em Ha’Moshavot Bridge is an urban road project in a dense environment, which created new vehicle access to the Tel Aviv metropolitan network. The bridge carries the Em Ha’Moshavot road above Route 4 and the future corridor of the Tel Aviv Subway. The bridge is 240m long and 23m wide. 

The bridge has five spans and is designed to accommodate the future widening of the roads beneath.


The superstructure is made of a segmental, balanced cantilever box girder with reinforced concrete transverse cantilevers supported by steel struts. The main span is 57m long and the box girder depth is 2.4m

The substructure consists of reinforced concrete 'Y' shaped piers at each axis, supported on piled foundations


Zeitim Interchange

Location: Jerusalem, Israel
Status: Completed 2005

Project Description
Zeitim Interchange is located at the eastern entrance to Jerusalem on the slopes of Mount Scopus. The interchange connects Route 1, the Mount Scopus Tunnels access road and local entrances to adjacent villages. The Interchange comprises of various road structures: A bridge, two underpasses and retaining wall systems.

Bridge No. 1 is a post-tensioned 2-span concrete bridge which carries the entrance road to the Mount Scopus Tunnels above Route 1. The bridge is 80m long and 32m wide. The superstructure is made of a post-tensioned voided slab. The sub-structure is made of reinforced concrete columns and abutments, supported on piled foundations.

There is a 270m long underpass which carries the east bound Route 1 to the Dead Sea. The superstructure is made of precast 'Inverted-Tee' pre-tensioned girders with an in-situ concrete on topping. Both entrance and exit portals of the underpass are made of abutment walls with a horizontal precast concrete compression beam on top.

A second underpass carrying the Mount Scopus Tunnel entrance road is 60m long and was built using top-down construction.

The structure was founded on piles.

Ramot Bridge

Location: Be'er Sheva, Israel
Status: Completed 2009

Project Description
Road No. 32 was designed to connect 'Ramot' neighborhood in Beer-Sheva with Road No. 5.

The project includes three bridges of reinforce concrete arches. Two bridges pass over riverbeds and the third underpasses a Nature Reserve area
The foundations are micro-piles, installed using the tapping method.

The proximity of a new developing neighborhood and the Nature Reserve of the Negev desert, affected the design and axecution of the project.

Quarry Bridges

Location: Near Nazareth, Israel
Status: Completed 2008

Project Description
The Quarry Bridges are located on Route  60, near the Iksal junction, above the former 'Roichmen Quarry.' The superstructure of the two bridges is a 3.30m deep box-girder. Both bridges are over 410m long, with 6 spans, the longest of which is nearly 80m.

The western zones of the bridges were constructed using incremental launching, whilst the eastern part was constructed using the Balanced Cantilever Method.

Saul Bridges

Location: Northern Jerusalem, Israel
Status: Completed 2013

Project Description
The Saul bridges are located near Atarot and Bet-Hanina in northern Jerusalem and span over Atarot creek. These flyovers are constructed as part of Road 20, which connects City Road 1 North with National Road 404.

These two bridges, with total lengths of over 200m are divided into 4 spans, the longest of which is 55m.

The superstructure is made of a concrete box girder 3.3m deep. 

Two methods were used to construct each of these bridges: The two end spans were in-situ concrete and the internal spans were built with  a progressive Cantilever-Forming-Traveler (CFT).


Carmel Tunnel Toll Plaza

Location: Carmel Tunnel, Road No. 23, Israel
Status: Completed 2010

Project Description
This toll highway was created to reconcile traffic at Haifa city entrance. The design includes 5 bridges with a total length of over 400m. The portal has a height of 16m and width of 60m.

The bridges cross the Yagur fault line, so a seismic evaluation was undertaken, considering the fault characteristics and different soil types between the approach surface and the mountain tunnel.

As part of the project we designed the control centre for the tunnels, which included the toll administrative offices and energy generators.

Shenkar Flyover

Location: Kiriyat Haim, Haifa, Israel
Status: Completed 2012

Project Description
The 'Shenkar' flyover bridge is located at Kiriyat Haim, Metropolis of Haifa city.

The bridge has a total length of about 240m, comprises of seven spans and crosses a railway at a sharp angle, creating a 46m long main span. 

The superstructure is made of a 1.8m deep, prestressed concrete hollow box girder.


Two superstructure construction methods were used. The northern and southern edges of the bridge were of insitu reinforced concrete construction, whilst the middle part of the bridge, was precast segments, was constructed by the balanced cantilever method. 



Modi'in City Centre Bridge

Location: Modi'in, Israel
Status: Completed 2014

Project Description
Modi'in City Centre Bridge is a three-lane urban road project, adjacent to Modi'in's train station, central bus station and shopping mall. The bridge carries roundabout traffic over the city park.  The average bridge radius is 94m. The bridge has four spans, is 98m long and 16-18m wide.

At both ends of the bridge, the approach road is supported by reinforced earth retaining walls. The superstructure is cast in-situ post-tensioned concrete. The substructure is made of three reinforced concrete oval shaped pier columns at each axis, founded on micro-pile foundations.

Imo River Bridge

The superstructure is made of 9 typical 80m long main-spans and two 60m long end spans. The superstructure was built using the balanced cantilever method, with a form traveller. 

The substructure is made of reinforced concrete, double-wall piers, founded on piles.

The foundations were constructed using a barge-carried pile drilling machine.

Location: Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria
Status: Completed 2011

Project Description
The Imo River bridge is located on Port Harcourt, Eket Road in Akwa-Ibom State, in southern Nigeria, is 840m long and 11m wide.

Built as part of the Dualization of the Port Harcourt, the bridge crosses the Imo River almost perpendicular to the flow of water and is parallel to an existing crossing, built during the 80’s.

Elekahia Bridge

Location: City of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Status: Completed 2011

Project Description

The Elekahia bridge is a new 32m long railway bridge above a main road in the city of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 

The initial plan was to replace an existing bridge, with a new one. However, as site works in this location would cause a significant disruption to the bottle necked traffic, it was decided to relocate the entire intersection 100m eastwards, thus reducing the impact.

To accommodate the existing lay of the land, the bridge was designed utilising top-down construction, where the bridge was built from deck level, downwards.
Piled foundations were drilled from deck level and the deck was then cast directly onto the ground.

After casting the post-tensioning the deck, the soil beneath it was excavated, down to the proposed level of the new road.

Benue River Bridge

Location: Kogy State-Nasarawa State, Nigeria
Status: Completed 2011

Project Description
The Benue River Bridge is located at the border of the Kogi and Nassarawa states in Nigeria, creating a road link between Bagana and Guto. The project includes the design and construction of two parallel bridges, each 1270m long and 11m wide.

The bridges are a series of 50m long main spans and 35m long end spans and crosses the Benue River perpendicular to the flow.

The bridge superstructure is made of precast segmental concrete, constructed by the span-by-span method, using an under-slung assembly machine. The precast segments were produced by the long-line method at a factory nearby. 

Each bridge superstructure is made of four continuous girders, separated by expansion joints. 
The substructure is made of reinforced concrete, oval-type mid-piers, which were designed to support the under slung assembly machine.
The bridge foundations and substructure are cast in-situ concrete drilled piles.

Elelenwo Bridge

Location: City of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Status: Completed 2017

Project Description
The Elelenwo Bridge is located near Port Harcourt and is a part of Amadi-Garrisson Road at the southern region of Nigeria.
The bridge deck is segmental concrete, built using the balanced cantilever method using a form traveller. 
This 11m wide bridge has a total length of 160m, between abutments and has three spans, the longest of which is 80m.

The superstructure is made of reinforced concrete hollow box segments with depths varying from 2.3m to 4.5m. 
The substructure is made of reinforced concrete double-wall type mid-piers cast on piles.

ABA Flyover

Location: City of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Status: Design Complete

Project Description
The ABA Road Bridge project is part of an upgrade to the Trans Amadi-Garrisson road. The flyover bridge is designed to connect the ABA road, with the square beneath it.
The bridge includes 8 spans: 6 equal intermediate spans, of 30m and two end spans of 21m. The bridge's width is 18m, including parapets. The intermediate pier height varies from 3.45m to 6.5m.

The bridge is designed as a girder bridge, with an insitu concrete topping over precast concrete planks and sacrificial formwork.

The girders are supported by 3m wide inverse T-section cross beams. The cross beams are monolithic with all the intermediate piers, with the exception of the two end piers, where cross beams sit on elastomeric bases.

The intermediate piers consist of 3 columns, 1.2m diameter. 
The bridge foundations are deep cast in-situ bored piles. 

Nwaja Bridges

Location: City of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Status: Completed 2017

Project Description
The Nwaja bridges are part of the upgrade to the trans-Amadi-Garrisson road. The Nwaja bridges are located in Port Harcourt, in the southern region of Nigeria and traverse a water channel.
The Nwaja bridges consist of two parallel bridges, 20m long between abutments. 

The superstructure is made of 3 precast, pre-stressed U-shaped concrete girders, 20m long and 1.2m deep. with a 22cm thick in-situ structural topping. 
The substructure consists of reinforced concrete abutments on piled foundations.

Loko-Oweto Bridge

Location: Benue River, Nigeria
Status: Completed 2013

Project Description

The Loko-Oweto bridge is located over the Benue River in the southern region of Nigeria.
This 11.6m wide bridge has a total length of approximately 1835m and is made of 20 typical, 85m long spans and two 67.5m long end spans. 

The bridge was designed with reinforced concrete segments and built with a form traveller, using the 'balanced cantilever method.' 
The typical segment length is about 5m, whilst the depth varies from 4.5m above the piers to 2.3m deep at mid span.
The piers are made of reinforced concrete double-walls, founded on piles.

Jordan Gateway Bridge

Location: Israeli-Jordanian Border, near Beit Shean
Status: Under construction

Project Description
Jordan Gateway Bridge provides a direct vehicular corridor between Israel (adjacent to Kibutz Tirat Zvi) and a special employment zone on the Jordanian side of the border. The bridge is 352m long and it crosses the breadth of the Jordan River.

The bridge has an 11m wide roadway, with two, 3.5m wide lanes, a 2m wide hard shoulder on the northern edge and a 2m wide wide walkway at the southern edge. The surface of the trafficed lanes and hard shoulder is made up of 8cm asphalt on a waterproofing membrane, whilst the walkway is brushed concrete. 
The superstructure is made of six 46m long spans, a 36m eastern end-span and a 40m western end-span. 

The superstructure is made of two composite steel plate-girders, 185cm deep and 50 deep cantilevered cross beams, which supports a 25cm deep reinforced concrete deck.
The superstructure supports are guided reinforced neoprene bearings, located on top of each mid-pier column.

The substructure is made of reinforced concrete piers and abutments, founded on piles.
The abutments are small walls, made of reinforced concrete, cast monolithically with wing walls piles.
Foundations are 32m deep, 150cm diameter bored piles, 
Expansion joints, to accommodate longitudinal thermal deformations as well as seismic movements are located on both bridge ends.