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We recently held an interesting CPD seminar at our offices, on bridge tension-cable grouting, from industry expert Alex Poliakov.
He presented examples of grouting and tension-cable failure from around the world and advised on best-practice methods, to mitigate these issues.
Thank you, Alex!
Kedmor recently submitted tender documentation for this pair of curved, post-tensioned bridges at Zeitim Interchange, Jerusalem.
This was our first project, where we implemented the new Sofistik parametric bridge modelling software in our BIM model.
Click here to find out more about this project.
We presented papers at two conferences in Guimaraes, Portugal last month.
The first, was the final conference of the TU1406 COST Action Group. This is a part of a special study programme, funded by the EU, with the objective of encouraging collaboration between academics and practical designers. Amir Kedar has acted as Moderator for Study Panel 6, which presented papers and case-studies of how the quality control of existing bridges is performed outside Europe.
Yesterday we photographed this great project in operation.
Today we visited our Jordan Gateway Bridge project. The incrementally launched bridge superstructure, is now in its final position and the site team is busy fixing the permanent bearings.
We recently visited our Loko-Oweto Bridge project construction site in Nigeria.
The eastern bridge is now complete. This was a huge relief for the site logistics team, as the construction of the western bridge can now be carried out from the eastern one, rather than having to continue working from barges on the river!
Kedmor were commissioned to provide structural engineering design and continuous site supervision services for this pair of bridges.
The Jordan Gateway bridge has been captured on film, showing the progress on site. We designed the bridge and launching system for this landmark project.
The Hoshaya Bridge over Route 77, designed by Kedmor, was opened to traffic.
Photo credit: K.SMG Contractors.