Alsina participates in the construction of Tyrawa bridge in Poland
The project: civil works in Poland
Alsina’s Formwork delegation in Poland has recently completed its collaboration in the construction of the bridge on the DK28 road in Tyrawa Woloska, Poland, a road that connects the two main cities of the region, Sanok and Przemysl.
The construction of the bridge that crosses the Tyrawka River was carried out in the same place as the old brick bridge was. The old bridge was destroyed by time and floods and therefore was demolished it in its entirety, a task for which it was decided to maintain its middle support in order to reduce the cost of the support towers for the new bridge construction.
Alsina: safe and effective solutions for civil engineering
For the construction of this bridge with a length of 36 linear meters by 15 meters wide, Alsina has supplied its formwork systems Alisply, Multiform, HEB Beams and AR-80 Shoring system.
The Multiform system, consisting of double UPN metal beams, wooden beams, strips and turnbuckles is one of Alsina’s most versatile systems, allowing “ad hoc” design of the necessary recoverable formwork to adapt to any geometry whether they are straight, curved or one sided walls, lintels or bridge boards.
On the other hand, Alsina’s AR-80 shoring system is a very versatile and easy to assemble reliable support system for slab formwork implementation, consisting of vertical support elements and a system of multidirectional connections that allows providing support for both independent towers and fixed scaffolding, depending on application requirements, and annex auxiliary elements such as access stairs or safety platforms to it. This is a really strong multidirectional system, with a bearing capacity of 17.984 lbf per support, which allows shoring any structural element in civil engineering projects.
Date of completion: 2017