Alsina Formwork is collaborating in the construction of the Metro Manila Skyway in charge of the client EEI.
The Metro Manila Skyway is an ambitious project involving elevated highways and the expressway that serves as the main entrance in the south of Metro Manila, across much of the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX). It is located within the stretch from Metro Manila Gil Puyat Avenue SLEX (C-3) to the Alabang-Zapote (AH-26) road and crosses through the highly urbanized areas of northern Luzon Expressway Quezon City, San Juan, Manila, Makati, Pasay, Parañaque and Muntinlupa, Southern Luzon alleviating the heavy traffic.
The Skyway is the first fully grade-separated highway in the Philippines and is still in the process of extension and maintenance. This is one of the longest flyovers in the world, with a total length of 31.2 kilometers.
For this civil work, Alsina has designed and manufactured a special piece for the performance of the piles of a nine meters high highway bridge, with variable dimensions of 2×2 m 2.5 x4.m. Alsina is providing strapless formwork for concreting 9 meters high in a pace of 3 hours a set (3m/h).
Location: Manila, Philippines
Completion date: 2016