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Girder Bridge

New Golden Horn Bridge

New Golden Horn Bridge
Location:
Istanbul, Turkey
Owner:
General Directorate of Highways, Republic of Turkey
Year of Completion:
1998
Total Length:
822 m (Main Span:140m)
Total Steel Weight:
14,000MT(Girder+Tower)

Feature:Extension of the Golden Horn Bridge, with the construction of a new continuous box girder bridge next to the existing one. The project included design, superstructure, substructure, all civil engineering for the approach road, and reinforcing old bridges.

Golden Horn Bridge

Golden Horn Bridge
Location:
Istanbul, Turkey
Owner:
Republic of Turkey
Year of Completion:
1998
Total Length:
995.3 m
Width:
31.2 m
Total Steel Weight:
14,000 t

Feature:The IHI Group constructed the first GOLDEN HORN bridges in 1974. In 1993, the new GOLDEN HORN bridge was designed and constructed by the IHI Group in response to heavy traffic congestion. These two bridges play important roles in traffic in Istanbul and economic growth in Turkey.

Tokyo Wan Aqua - Line Expressway

Tokyo Wan Aqua - Line Expressway
Location:
Tokyo, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Owner:
Trans-Tokyo Bay Highway Corporation
Year of Completion:
1996
Total Length:
4384.4 m
Total Steel Weight:
24,424 t

Feature:

  • 1996 Japan Society of Civil Engineers Tanaka Award winning bridge
  • The expressway runs midway through Tokyo bay and connects Kawasaki, Kanagawa prefecture and Kisarazu, Chiba Prefecture.
  • The expressway consists of undersea tunnels and bridges. The total length is 15.1km.
  • The construction started in 1989, with commercial operation commencing in 1997.

Tenpouzan Junction

Tenpouzan Junction
Location:
Osaka Prefecture, Japan
Owner:
Hanshin Expressway Company, Limited.
Year of Completion:
1992
Total Length:
178 m
Total Steel Weight:
2,890 t

Feature:An interchange connects three locations, Sakai, Kobe and Osaka.

Daikoku Interchange

Daikoku Interchange
Location:
Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Owner:
Metropolitan Expressway Co., Ltd.
Year of Completion:
1987
Total Length:
Approx. 438 m
Total Steel Weight:
352 t

Feature:An interchange located in the middle of Metropolitan Expressway Bay Shore route, which is the approach road to the Yokohama Bay Bridge.

Rakunan Connecting Highway

Rakunan Connecting Highway
Location:
Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
Owner:
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. Kinki Regional Development Bureau
Year of Completion:
2007
Total Length:
Approx. 316 m
Total Steel Weight:
3,744 t

Feature:

  • Part of the Second Keihan Highway and the Rakunan Connecting Highway, which function as an access road to Route 8 Kyoto Line.
  • The road is widened for tollgates
  • The maximum number of main girders is 12, and the transverse beams support 61m spans to maintain the overhead clearance.