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International Coastal Road Bridge Crossings, Egypt

Project Description
El-Ananeia Bridge
400 m long twin bridges consisting of three sections. The middle section is a Bowstring arch steel bridge with a span of 40 m provided with inclined crossing two layers of cables.
The second section is a steel bridge with a simply supported multi-girder of span 30 m identical for both of the left and right sides.
The 25 cm reinforced concrete slab decking connected to steel beams by shear connectors is used to cover the floor of the two steel parts.
The third section is a multi box girder concrete bridge that extends for a total length of 300 m

Hydraulic Stability of El-Salam Canal Slopes
The International Coastal Road crosses the Canal at sector 3b (Km 0.800). The Ministry of Housing and New Urban Communities planned to construct a steel bridge across the Canal.
The hydraulic slope stability studies showed the need for protection and consolidation works to avoid the effect of horizontal forces created from soil embankment displacement acting on piles carrying the steel bridge. These works consisted of creating a 50m long wall at each bank of the Canal made of 19 reinforced concrete panels 80cm thick and 40m deep having dimensions that vary from 2.6 to 2.8m.
El-Salam Canal Bridge
The 780m long twin bridges consist of 3 different sections: 525m reinforced concrete box girder bridge, 35m composite steel multi-girder bridge, 150m composite box steel girder bridge and 70m slab-on-pile approach system.
The 25cm reinforced concrete slab decking is connected to the steel bridge boxes by shear connector. The steel part of the bridge is supported on reinforced concrete abutments resting on a pile foundation system.
El Boghdady Bridge
The 220 m long bridge is a composite steel bridge with simply supported multi-girder of span 40m. The bridge is supported on Reinforced concrete abutments resting on a pile foundation system. The slab-on-pile approach has a width of 12.5m and extends over a total length of 180m for right parts. Slab thickness is 30cm. Rows of piles are repeated every 7.5m

Bridge At KM 4+330
The 295m long bridge is a composite steel bridge with simply supported multi-girder of span 25m. The 22cm reinforced concrete slab decking is connected to the steel beams by shear connectors. The bridge is supported on Reinforced concrete abutments resting on pile foundation system. Main beams of the bridge are welded plate girders using the available plates and sections manufactured in local mills.
Bridge At Km 8 + 000
The 135m long bridge is a composite steel bridge with simply supported multi-girder of span 35m. The bridge is supported on Reinforced concrete abutments resting on a pile foundation system. Main beams of the bridge are welded plate girders using the available plates and sections manufactured in local mills.

Bridge at KM 9+840
A 135m long steel bridge with simply supported multi-girder of span 25m. The 22cm reinforced concrete slab decking is connected to the steel beams by shear connectors.
The bridge is supported on Reinforced concrete abutments resting on a pile foundation system.
Main beams of the bridge are welded plate girders using the available plates and sections manufactured in local mills. The slab-on-pile approach has a width of 12.5m and extends over a total length of 110m for left and right parts. Slab thickness is 30cm. Rows of piles are repeated every 4.5m.
International Coastal Road – Section (3) Bridge (1)
A 210m multi box girder concrete bridge with a span of 60.00m. The bridge is hinge supported on reinforced concrete abutments resting on a pile foundation system.
The slab-on pile approach has a width of 28.00m and extends over a total length of 150.00m for left and right parts. Slab thickness is 30cm. Rows of piles are repeated every 4.00m
Omm Dongol Bridge
A Composite Multi-girder skew steel bridge with simple span of 35 m. The skew angle is 60o. The bridge is supported on reinforced concrete abutments resting on a pile foundation system.
Main beams of the bridge are welded plate girders carrying a 25cm concrete slab connection the steel bean by shear connectors. Total Length: 35 m – skew Composite steel bridge with 60 angle, Materials: 100 m3 reinforced concrete for steel bridge deck – concrete grade C400 – 200 ton Normal Mild Steel 37.
Farscore Interchange Nile Bridge
A Composite continuous Multi-girder skew steel bridge with skew angle of 50°. The bridge is supported by neoprene bearings on reinforced concrete abutments resting on a pile foundation system.
The Main beams of the bridge are spanning 25 & 30m. The 22 cm reinforced concrete slab decking is connected to the steel beams by shear connectors

Kafr El- Batikh Interchange
The bridge is composed of five adjacent continuous Composite steel girders are planned to avoid the congested crossing of Damietta – Mansoura road.
The steel bridge is supported on reinforced concrete abutments. Main beams of bridge are welded plate girders using the available plates and sections manufactured in local mills and they are spanning 32, 34 and 39m.
The 25cm reinforced concrete slab decking is connected to the steel beams by shear connectors.

Kaheel Bridge
A composite steel twin bridges with 6 simply supported girders spaced apart 2.5m and of span 20m. The 20cm reinforced concrete slab decking is connected to the steel beams by shear connectors. The bridge is supported on Reinforced concrete abutments resting on pile foundation system. Main beams of the bridge are welded plate girders using the available plates and sections manufactured in local mills. Total width of the twin bridges is 28m.
El Basarta 2 Bridge
A 290m long bridge composed of 90m multi-box concrete girder bridge with intermediate steel panel and 200m slab-on-pile approach. The steel drop panel rests from both sides the overhanging concrete part of 9.5m. Neoprene bearings are used.
The 25cm reinforced concrete slab decking connecting to steel beams by shear connectors.
The slab-on-pile approach has a width of 28.00m and extends over a total length of 200.00m for right part only. Slab thickness is 30 cm. Rows of piles are repeated every 4.00 m.

 El Nahda Bridge
A 300 m long bridge with a simply supported steel multi-girder panel and a right one of of span 30m. The bridge is provided with a left slab-on-pile of 100m 170m long.
The 25cm reinforced concrete slab decking is connected to the steel beams by shear connectors. The bridge is supported on Reinforced concrete abutments resting on pile foundation system. Main beams of the bridge are welded plate girders using the available plates and sections manufactured in local mills.
Shata Culverts 1&2
Each culver is made out of reinforced concrete and consists of six box sections with width 15 m and length 20m. The culvert is supported on a 60cm reinforced concrete raft resting on a pile foundation system. Reinforced concrete walls and slabs are used to form the box sectors of each culvert.

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Product Description

Location:
Egypt

Client Name:
Ministry of Housing and New Urban Communities

Scope of Services

  • Complete Design Analysis
  • Shop Drawings
  • Steel Fabrication Supervision
  • Supervision of Works