Alsina supplies various of its formwork systems for the execution of the Bastia viaduct in the italian city of Rastignano
The project: Construction of abutments, piles and board for viaduct.
The delegation of Alsina Italy has collaborated in the execution of a viaduct in the city of Rastignano (Italy) that will serve to favor the exit of traffic from the Italian city. In this project, the Alsina formwork equipment has been fundamental for the construction of abutments, piles and panels with a mixed structure of steel and concrete.
One of the great challenges and difficulties presented by the project was to execute the cantilever of the board without resting on the ground due to the existence of a river that flows right next to the structure.
Alsina: effective and safe formwork solutions for civils works.
For the implementation of the project, Alsina supplied its Alisply Walls, C-160 Climbing system, Steel columns, Alsina CL-40 Shoring system, Site stair tower and Climbing system with Hanger as a special solution.
Alisply Walls modular formwork system is a resistant, versatile and compatiblesystem regarding its accessories with each of Alisly’s family systems, which makes the equipment use very profitable on the jobsite. The Alisply’s formwork system surface is phenolic, so it offers multiple advantages over metallic surfaces, such as lower weight, higher quality of concrete, increased performance and greater resistance to inclement weather.
Alsina’s C-160 Climbing system allows piles and walls of climbing cycles with pouring heights of up to 4 meters, to be formed with total safety for the operators. The assembly of the climbing platform and its safety platform can be carried out on the ground, before positioning it on the wall or pile, or by placing the platforms in the anchorage rings and assembling the platform later. It can be set using either Alisply (straight and radius walls) or Vistaform and Multiform formwork systems, making it a very versatile but also safe system.
Location: Rastignano, Italy
Completion date: 2018