Steelbridges Innkanal, Oberbayern - Detail Design. Demolition of two concrete bridges and replacement by two new steel arch bridges.
Dual-span frame bridge accross Leoganger Ache Mountain river
Lopsided slab bridge with deep foundation on large bored piles
Reinforced concrete girder bridge across Kapruner Ache Mountain river
Integral construction of concrete girder bridge across the access road to the bottom station of Steinberg Cable car in Leogang (Salzburg)
Reinforced concrete framework with adjacent mechanically stabilized earth accross the Pinzgau local railway at Piesendorf
Integral construction of reinforced concrete (slab with large bored piles)
The Salzburg State Government commissioned the Tauernmoosbach bridge in the Stubachtal to be reconstructed in 2011, after severe damage had been identified on the old steel girder bridge. 3-D modeling was used with the support structure planning for the complex geometry of the new concrete bridge.
According to the four-eyes principle (dual control principle), calculations and construction plans of structurally highly-complex bridge constructions are inspected.
To replace a rather unsightly railway underpass, ÖBB built an attractive footbridge between Brucker Promenade and Seepromenade in coordination with the Zell am See Municipality.
In collaboration with the Hasenauer Architect’s Office, Baucon ZT GmbH is designing and building the bridge from the first draft up to the detailed steel structure drawings.
The installationt of the almost 40-meter long bridge support structure had to be put up during a short period at night when the tracks were blocked and required a great deal of detailed design and preparation.
The method of pure prestressing without mild steel reinforcement
was applied for the superstructure of the Egg-Graben Bridge which is
situated in the valley of Großarl in the province of Salzburg, Austria.
The bridge with a length of 50m is designed as an arch bridge in
order to take advantage of the existing rocky subsoil on the
construction site. Furthermore, a special shape for the arch was
chosen in order to account for the horizontal curvature (radius of
50m) of the bridge girder. In the planning process strong emphasis
was placed on a slim design. After a construction period of 18
months the bridge was opened to traffic in November 2009.