p>Naumburg is home to one of the oldest preserved steel reinforced concrete bridges in Germany – the Thainburg pedestrian bridge. The bridge, which is now under a preservation order, was built in 1892 and made of steel reinforced concrete, a new material at that time. In recent decades, the structure has suffered corrosion damage due to lack of maintenance and constructional sealing defects. The CARBOCON project team developed a strengthening concept and integrated this into the plans for approval. The innovative strengthening with carbon reinforced concrete was chosen for reasons of material efficiency and design.
|Client||City of Magdeburg|
|Principal||City of Magdeburg and RJP|
|Project manager||A. Schumann|
- Development of a restructuring concept together with the partners
- Planning services in phases 4 to 6
- Elaboration of an argumentative project-related approval and the subsequent approval of the strengthening with carbon concrete
The CARBOCON team is also at your disposal as a central contact partner with interdisciplinary expertise. In connection with our range of services, this enables us to take care of various customers with different requirement profiles.
CARBOCON supports the projects from the first analysis to the subsequent application. The spectrum of projects ranges from comprehensive consulting on strategic, operational and technical issues in the use of carbon reinforced concrete technology to 'classic' planning for the strengthening of bridges and other structures with carbon concrete.
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