1 Construction of the Third Bridge Over the Ob

Construction of the Third Bridge Over the Ob

Posted on April 8, 2012 by team

Olovozavodskoy (Bugrinsky) bridge in Novosibirsk is the third bridge over the Ob that unites Kirovsky and Octyabrsky districts. The construction began in 2010 and is to be continued through 2014. Its capacity is 60 000 cars a day. The bridge is a part of the future south-western transit of the Novosibirsk region from route M51 “Baikal” to M52 “Chuya Highway” or “Chuysky Trakt”. The crossing with total length 5,5m includes an arch bridge over the Ob 2,4 km long, two overpasses over Bolshevistskaya street and Vatutin street with road interchanges.

They are building decks, total weight of the mounted metal structures is 9414,8 tons, total length – 1161,6 m.

1400 people are working on the construction.

Tie bar mounting – 3000 tons, 380 m.

Bridge pillars on the left bank are ready

Launching nose approaching to pillar 4

Concrete casting

Constructions protecting temporary pillars from ice

Right bank site


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One Response to “Construction of the Third Bridge Over the Ob”

  1. Ngôn says:

    Russia is large and has lot of things to be discovered. This construction is so huge :)

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