A new rail bridge has been moved into place this week in northern Spain and trains are already using the new structure.
Appearance and structure meld seamlessly in the design of a new elevator pedestrian bridge that will be constructed next year in northern Spain, writes Mario Guisasola. Translation by José Maria Sánchez de Muniáin
Watch the installation of the 2,400t arch section of La Concordia Bridge in Madrid, Spain
Entries are now welcome in the categories of short, medium and long span bridges, as well as for movable bridges and renovation/refurbishment/reuse/retrofit projects.
Watch the techniques used to stabilise the two central arches of the 153-year old Deba Bridge
Spanish railway operator Adif Alta Velocidad has awarded the construction contract for a section of the Murcia - Almería high-speed route that includes three major viaducts.
ALE has carried out the launch of a Spanish arch bridge using a method that reduced the amount of additional strengthening needed.
The regional government of Andalusia in Spain has chosen a consultant for the refurbishment of a bridge over the Guadalquivir River in Villa del Rio, Cordoba.
The state company that manages Spain’s high-speed railways has chosen a design team for the new Correntias Footbridge in the province of Alicante.
Bd&e editor Helena Russell interviewed the late Juan Jose Arenas in 2000, just after he set up his own design studio. The interview, which was published in issue no 20 of the magazine, has been reproduced below.
The Andalucian regional government in Spain has appointed a team to design a viaduct for a new urban area of Seville.
An unusual lifting operation over a freeway used by over a million vehicles per day gave engineers cause to scratch their heads when a deck section refused to shift, reports José María Sánchez de Muniáin.
The winning design for a bridge between Tomiño and Cerveira will be selected from a shortlist of three.
The regional government of Gipuzkoa in northern Spain has awarded the design contract for a cycle and pedestrian trail that includes three bridges.
Thermal effects required a three-phase concrete pour for the central section of the deck completed this month.
A new steel bridge over the Ter River in Girona, north east Spain, was opened to traffic at the end of March. Construction of the crossing had been delayed by the financial crisis, but now the city, which is 100km north of Barcelona, is home to a new landmark.
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