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mageba’s expertise in developing detailed vibration isolation solutions for buildings is demonstrated by an ongoing project in the Swiss Alps – protecting a transportation hub’s users from vibrations from a gondola-type cable car ropeway
The expansion joints supplied for the construction of new bridge structures on Zurich’s northern bypass highway are special for the highly skewed crossing angle for which they required to be designed
Following the Puebla earthquake which destroyed many buildings in Mexico City in 2017, work is continuing to strengthen buildings that survived, preparing them for even bigger future shocks – in some cases with mageba protective devices
The specification for the supply of the modular expansion joints required by the New Champlain Bridge in Montreal was particularly demanding in a number of ways
An ICSBOC 2018 conference paper describes the particular challenges that can arise in the installation of expansion joints in cable-supported bridges, and associated solutions
The new TENSA-MODULAR expansion joints of the Köhlbrand Bridge in Hamburg are of the “Quick-Ex” (quick exchange) type, making them far easier to replace when the time comes – with little or no impact on traffic
mageba is proud to continue its expansion into the American market, north and south, with the opening in January 2019 of its newest subsidiary, mageba Colombia.
Expansion joints for highway A73 in the Netherlands. This project is a perfect example to showcase the huge advantage of an unanchored system for joint replacements.
The people of Delhi, India’s great northern metropolis, have reason to be happy now that their long-awaited Signature Bridge in the suburb of Wazirabad has finally opened to traffic – and we at mageba are also delighted to have contributed to the construction and future maintenance of this spectacular structure
Crossing the Nile River where it flows out of Lake Victoria in Uganda, the New Jinja Bridge, dubbed “The Source of the Nile Bridge”, is equipped with a modern, noise-reduced TENSA®MODULAR expansion joint at one end – a first for Africa!
The construction of the Hålogaland Bridge in a remote area of northern Norway presented many challenges – some of which were addressed by the use of well-specified key components
The city of Lone Tree in Colorado, at the south edge of Denver’s metropolitan area, is the proud owner of an iconic new pedestrian bridge – which we are equally proud to have equipped with RESTON®SPHERICAL bearings
A current major infrastructure project in the Peruvian capital involves the construction of a number of highway viaducts and pedestrian bridges – four of which feature mageba key components
In 2016, mageba carried out a bearing inspection with technical assessment of the bridge’s bearings. Since April 2018 mageba has been involved in the refurbishment, carrying out the heavy lifting for the bearing replacement as well as the installation of new expansion joints.
The Cibeles Tower in Mexico City is currently undergoing a major renovation, with mageba shock absorbers at every level protecting it against earthquakes of the kind that have damaged it in the past
The ongoing project to lift the Bayonne Bridge, increasing clearance beneath it for post-Panamax ships, involves the installation of new expansion joints of various types along its length
The new Lake Barkley Crossing in Kentucky has been equipped with particularly flexible mageba modular expansion joints