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Thursday, 06 March 2014 11:49

The company Tomellosera Anro has participated in the construction of a new bridge of 700 meters of Alcoy (Alicante) recently inaugurated by the President of the Generalitat Valenciana

Vista del nuevo puente de Alcoy en el que ha participado Anro Vista del nuevo puente de Alcoy en el que ha participado Anro

Recently opened by the President of the Generalitat Valenciana

The greater length of the existing ones in this city

The company Tomellosera industries metal Anro has been involved in the construction of a new bridge of almost 700 meters in the city, Alicante Alcoy, recently inaugurated by the President of the Generalitat Valenciana, Alberto Fabra.

This new viaduct, the longest in this city, will bear the name of Paco Aura, son favorite of Alcoy and the Mauthausen nazi concentration camp survivor.


Anro was contracted by the Rover Alcisa awarded, to intervene in this project to connect two neighborhoods and crossing the river Serpis through this work, which presented complexity for its length of 683 metres, of which 426 meters correspond to a viaduct of eight spans.


Bridge, promoted by the Generalitat Valenciana, is very lightweight, with a weight of 630 tons, with curved geometry on floor and elevation of the same compound by a metal lattice of variable depth, between three and six metres and a panel of reinforced concrete, with a type of structure that gives it greater slenderness and transparency, minimizing their impact on the environment.


The Valencian President stressed at the opening of this viaduct the effort of the Government to build «productive infrastructure that form the backbone of and increase the potential of the territory and represent a factor of competitiveness and attraction for businesses and people»,

 

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