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Javadieh Bridge
 

Total Length: 210 m

Main Span: 126 m

Side Spans: 2x42 m

Width: 30 m

Number of Lanes: 6

Main Span Structural System: Steel Arch

    

Approach Span Deck System: Steel Box Girde         

Client: Municipality of Tehran

Consultant: Rah-Shahr Consulting Engineers

Contractor: Azaran Co

Prestressing Sub-Contractor: Freyssinet International Co

Design: 2007-2008

Construction: 2008-2010



The client of this bridge is technical deputy of municipality of Tehran and the consultant is RahShahr Consulting Engineers, a well-known architectural consultant. Dr. Ebrahimnejad signed a contract with Rahshar to carry out phase I & II studies as structural designer and design manager of bridge in April 2007. After completing phase II studies, another contract was signed to supervise bridge construction in April 2008, which lasted to November 2010. 
The bridge started with an architectural competition to design a monomaniac bridge over railway in south of Tehran in November 2006. Rahshahr Consulting Group offered an unsymmetrical arch bridge, which splits into two branches in one side, by inspiration from the location of the bridge, which is western entrance of Tehran station. This sketch was proposed by Mr. Jalal Oveissi, architect of the bridge. The bridge has 30 meter to include 6 lanes and side pedestrians. Design and construction of such bridge required heavy steel arch installation over the moving trains, because of the unusual architectural form...

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