Süderelbe Crossing Hamburg-Moorburg

Strength and elegance

The new motorway bridge is intended to relieve Hamburg of long-distance and inter-regional traffic. KREBS+KIEFER won the competition to realise a bridge which met the special location conditions and optical requirements of this major new thoroughfare. The Hamburg Moorburg power plant and tank facilities in the port result in a relatively small corridor for the foundations of a high bridge, which also passes directly by two truss bridges.

The two-section cable-stayed bridge features a cable level and single pylons at the centre of its cross-section. The high level of bending stiffness of the remaining construction elements enables the pylons to take a pleasingly slender form.

KREBS+KIEFER suggested a three-cell hollow steel box as the superstructure. To prevent structural distortion in the event of one-sided traffic, the two steel pylons are rigidly connected to the superstructure, which is positioned below on the pylons atop the pillars - as well as the outer bars of the steel box.

Performances

  • Explanatory report
  • Cost estimate
  • Static predimensioning
  • Structural sketches and plans
  • Construction plan and schedule
  • Construction site setup plan
  • Computer simulation
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