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Börstel Bridge

Löhne, Germany, 2000

The two-span bridge across the Werre river was built to connect the cycle paths at the dikes on each river bank.
The two steel strips of the stress-ribbon structure are suspended between the abutments on the dikes and a reinforced concrete arch spanning across the river. The walkway consists of prefabricated slabs made of pre-stressed concrete that have been bolted to the stress-ribbons.


  • Location

    Löhne, Germany

  • Architect

    Claus Bury, Frankfurt am Main

  • Client

    LGS Bad Oeynhausen / Löhne 2000 GmbH

  • Contractor

    W. Becker GmbH, Minden; KBS Stahlbau, Schmalkalden;Arnold-Diller GmbH, Herges-Hallenberg

  • Our Scope of Work

    conceptual design, construction design, site supervision

  • Total length 96 m
  • Total width 3.5 m
  • Concrete 520 m², walkway B35 (12 cm)
  • Steel ribbons 2 x 400 mm x 50 mm, S355 J2+N
  • Spans 25 m - 20 m - 35 m
  • Deck surface 336 m²
  • Structural steel 35 t
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