Beer Sheva Pedestrian Bridge

Est. Construction Cost:
5 Million ILS

Design and Construction Period:
2005-2006

Client: Israel Railways

Geographic Location: Ramot Neighborhood in Beersheba

Description: Double-T beam bridge for pedestrians above a railway track in the Ramot neighborhood of Beer Sheva

Amy Metom Role in the Project: Structural design. Double-T beam pedestrian bridge in Beer Sheva. The bridge has a total length of the 80 m (including access stairs) and maximum span of 30 m. Characterized by a special architectural design that includes variable radial piers in all directions and arched cantilevers. A 90 m long steel arch constructed above the bridge gives it the appearance of a suspension bridge.

Unique Elements of the Project: Double-T beam pedestrian bridge, total length of the 80 m (including access stairs) and maximum span of 30 m,variable radial piers in all directions and arched cantilevers, A 90 m long steel arch constructed above the bridge

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