Alsina Uruguay present in the execution works of the Rambla Portuaria Viaduct in Montevideo

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Alsina Uruguay present in the execution works of the Rambla Portuaria Viaduct in Montevideo

The project: Rambla Portuaria Viaduct

Alsina Uruguay is collaborating in the execution of a new viaduct over the Rambla Portuaria in the city of Montevideo (Uruguay).

This new infrastructure that will expand the port area, will help streamline traffic in the area and allow the passage of a new freight train.

Alsina: practical and effective solutions for civil engineering

For the implementation of this project, Alsina has supplied Alisply Manual, Alisply Wall, Multiform and AR Shoring system.

Alsina’s Alisply range includes several recoverable formwork systems for the construction of walls and columns. This is a resistant, versatile and compatiblesystem with all other accessories from Alisply family systems, a fact that makes so much more profitable the formwork equipment on site.
The formwork surface of different types of Alisply is made of plywood, which offers many advantages over metal surfaces, such as lower weight, higher concrete quality, increased performance and greater resistance to inclement weather.

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.

AR 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.

Location:  Montevideo (Uruguay)
Completion date: 2020-221