Bari Bridge

  • Location - Country: Bari- Italy
  • Client: Cimolai S.p.A.
  • Time frame: 2010 - 2014
  • Works amount: € 18'821'194,00
  • Scope of works: Detailed design and geological-geotechnical study for Cable-stayed bridge in Bari.
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The cable-stayed bridge in Bari with a single central pylon allows to bypass the existing railways to connect the northern area with the southern area of the city. The Cable-stayed bridge is accompanied by two support viaduct made in steel box girder and concrete slab. The total length of the bridge is about 626 m divided into 10 spans, including 2 central spans of 112 m located over the two main rails. Structure is symmetric and supported by cable-stay fixed on central pylon. The pylon is 71 m height with a reversed Y shape, with steel cables and beams and overlying concrete slab.

SGAI S.r.l. developed the geotechnical design, the detailed design of the substructures, foundation and defined the bearing characteristics. SGAI also performed the global seismic analysis of the entire structure and designed the temporary civil works for the erection phases.