The 160-km long A7 motorway connects Kalamata in the south to Corinth in the northwest of the Peloponnese peninsula. The principle element being used to close the gap between Paradisia and Tsakona is the 390-m long arched bridge – known as "T4" – whose completion has been scheduled for early 2014. Two-thirds of the 22-m wide bridge superstructure will be suspended on a steel arch and realized using the steel composite construction method. For the northern bridge section, a pre-stressed concrete superstructure variant was selected which features a twin-cell hollow box cross-section.
Alpine Bau G.m.b.H. / Terna A.E. Joint venture
PERI convinced us with the best technical and most cost-effective formwork and scaffolding plan. We were thus able to always make the optimal system choice together with PERI’s design engineers – adjusted to the complex project requirements. Apart from the technical support during the planning and construction phase, I would especially like to highlight the jobsite support as well as the provision of material according to the progress at the jobsite.