Viaduc de Millau, France - In the area of the double piers, 14 complete ACS self-climbing units with telescopic working platforms were used.

Viaduc de Millau
Millau, France

Motorway bridge over the Tarn in Millau and longest cable-stayed bridge in the world

Construction period: 2001 - 2004

Construction: cable-stayed bridge

Construction method: bridge as a steel box superstructure using an incremental launching method

Eight-section bridge with a length of 2,460 m

Highest piers: 343 m with steel structure

Seven reinforced concrete piers from approx. 78 m to 245 m

Cross-section change from single to double piers, 90 m below the superstructure

Architect: Sir Norman Foster

 

 

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Main Application
Civil Engineering
Project participants
Customer: Eiffage TP Neuilly-sur-Marne, France

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Project Information

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Jean-Pierre Martin | Phillippe Blondeau
Senior Project Manager | Quality Assurance
For this type of construction, the right choice of formwork and climbing systems is the key to success. PERI has proven itself to be an extremely competent partner and the company´s huge project experience together with its tremendous commitment to the project has contributed greatly to the fact that we are ahead of schedule! The results that we could achieve with the ACS self-climbing system have completely fulfilled our expectations. While taking the extremely complex geometry of the structure into account, we could produce a concrete surface of the highest quality.

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Viaduc de Millau, France - In the area of the double piers, 14 complete ACS self-climbing units with telescopic working platforms were used.
Viaduc de Millau, France - In the area of the double piers, 14 complete ACS self-climbing units with telescopic working platforms were used.