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Stabilizacja skarp - Tamina Bridge 2013

With its 265 meters span, the Tamina Bridge is one of the largest arch bridges in Europe

Stabilizacja skarp - Tamina Bridge 2013

High tensile steel drapes made out of TECCO® and DELTAX® mesh came first: thus protecting the road during the construction phase and allowing to build the bridge

Stabilizacja skarp - Tamina Bridge 2013

The bottom border ropes are placed ca. 50 centimeters above the protected road which enables easy maintenance

Stabilizacja skarp - Tamina Bridge 2013

High tensile steel mesh TECCO® G65/3 is nearly invisible on the slopes

Stabilizacja skarp - Tamina Bridge 2013

High tensile steel mesh TECCO® G65/3 is nearly invisible on the slopes, especially when partially covered by vegetation

Stabilizacja skarp - Tamina Bridge 2013

Visible top border rope anchored by 3.0 to 4.0 meters long wire rope anchors installed between 3.3 to 3.5 meters between each other

Stabilizacja skarp - Tamina Bridge 2013

Integrated into the landscape - TECCO® G65/3 and DELTAX® G80/2 high tensile meshes stay almost invisible

 

Rok Instalacji / Montazu

2013

Sytuacja początkowa

The villages of Valens and Pfäfers are in the Swiss Canton of Grisons. They are separated by the deep Tamina valley. The Valensstrasse connects Bad Ragaz with Valens and runs along the left side of the valley. It is primarily located in an active landslide area. There have been problems at the Valenserstrasse for many years due to difficult geological conditions.  Smaller and larger slides, including rockfalls occured regularly. The road no longer met the requirements of administration. Their solution was visually unobtrusive, fully safe and  allowed the Tamina Bridge to be officially opened in summer 2017.

We have taken information from the German website of the Civil Engineering of the Canton of St. Gallen.

Geologia

Limestone

Opis zastosowanego rozwiazania

During the construction phase, the Valenserstrasse had to be protected as an access road that later became the Tamina Bridge. The mesh which was installed in early 2013 not only meets the safety requirements of the road authorities, but perfectly integrates into the landscape. The TECCO® wire mesh is barely visible on the gray rock or under vegetation. An ideal solution for the Tamina valley with its scenic beauty and ecological value.

Inwestor

Tiefbauamt Kanton St. Gallen

Projektant

wlw Bauingenieure AG, Mels

Wykonawca

Gall Forstunternehmung AG, Berschis

Chroniony Objekt

Road

Ochrona przeciwerozyjna

GEOBRUGG SUPERCOATING, GEOBRUGG ULTRACOATING

Osoba kontaktowa na miejscu

Roger Moor
   

Roger Moor

Country Manager Ost- und Zentralschweiz, Liechtenstein

Zagrożeniami naturalnymi
Nżynieria hydrauliczna
Kopalnie / Wydobycie / Tunel
Geobrugg AG,Aachstrasse 11,8590 Romanshorn / Szwajcaria Country Manager Ost- und Zentralschweiz, Liechtenstein

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René Müller
   

René Müller

Country Manager Kantone AG BE BL BS FR GE JU NE SO VD VS

Zagrożeniami naturalnymi
Nżynieria hydrauliczna
Kopalnie / Wydobycie / Tunel
Geobrugg AG,Industriestrasse 21,5200 Brugg / Szwajcaria Country Manager Kantone AG BE BL BS FR GE JU NE SO VD VS

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Alexander Bittendorfer
   

Alexander Bittendorfer

Project Manager Inspection Services

Zagrożeniami naturalnymi
Geobrugg AG,Aachstrasse 11,8590 Romanshorn / Szwajcaria Project Manager Inspection Services

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Isacco Toffoletto
   

Isacco Toffoletto

Ticino Country Manager

Zagrożeniami naturalnymi
Nżynieria hydrauliczna
Kopalnie / Wydobycie / Tunel
Geobrugg AG Ticino,Stabile Cometal, via Pizzante 7,6595 Riazzino / Szwajcaria Ticino Country Manager

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