Fagioli helps launch 2,800-ton bridge section in Mantova

Fagioli helps launch 2,800-ton bridge section in Mantova

Photo source: Fagioli

Italian heavy lift and project cargo transport specialist Fagioli took part in the launching operation of a 2,800-ton bridge section for the new San Benedetto PO bridge in Mantova.

The span, 180 m long, was lifted by a jack-up system to allow the insertion of SPMTs. The trailers transferred the section onto a dedicated barge provided with towers and other SPMTs for the alignment with the central piles positioned into the river.

Fagioli operators and engineers, performed a safely and synchronised ballasting, stabilisation, sliding, skidding, lifting and lowering operations.

The operation was executed by means of barges, SPMTs, strand jacking and tower lift system, climbing jacks.

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Fagioli helps launch 2,800-ton bridge section in Mantova

Fagioli helps launch 2,800-ton bridge section in Mantova

Photo source: Fagioli

Italian heavy lift and project cargo transport specialist Fagioli took part in the launching operation of a 2,800-ton bridge section for the new San Benedetto PO bridge in Mantova.

The span, 180 m long, was lifted by a jack-up system to allow the insertion of SPMTs. The trailers transferred the section onto a dedicated barge provided with towers and other SPMTs for the alignment with the central piles positioned into the river.

Fagioli operators and engineers, performed a safely and synchronised ballasting, stabilisation, sliding, skidding, lifting and lowering operations.

The operation was executed by means of barges, SPMTs, strand jacking and tower lift system, climbing jacks.

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