The construction of this bridge employed post-tension cast-in-situ concrete method, allowing for a static height of 1.3m over a 35m span, resulting in an impressive ratio of 1/27. Executed in five stages, the bridge featured post-tension couplers for tendon extension.

In a strategic move to facilitate the northward expansion of Road 6, the middle section was cast first, efficiently clearing the space beneath the bridge.

Also, considering the high seismic risk in northern Israel, a sophisticated system of led rubber bearings and spherical bearings was implemented.

The bridge’s design incorporated the post-tension cast-in-place method, featuring large span corners and expansive cantilevers on the sides, resulting in a sleek and elegant structure that harmoniously blends with the surrounding landscape.

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