Newsflash | June 2021

Maximum complexity

A recently completed project to supply and install replacement expansion joints for a refurbishment project in the centre of Zurich required an extraordinary amount of detailing and planning....

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At your service – quick as a flash!

When an expansion joint on a key bridge of a busy German autobahn was found to be unsafe for traffic and needed a solution to be implemented immediately, mageba’s local team sprang into action and proved its commitment to serving our clients in the best way possible...

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George Washington Bridge reliable

We are proud that the responsible engineers on the world’s busiest road bridge selected mageba expansion joints to replace the existing old joints – on a project where only the most reliable, high-quality expansion joints could be considered for use, and where additional expertise is required in tailoring the new joints to suit the existing design...

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Joint standards

Ongoing investments in keeping up to date with evolving – and very demanding – European specifications for gaining Europe-wide assessments of expansion joint design and manufacture will keep mageba at the forefront of this field for years to come...

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Viaduct versatility

A current viaduct construction project in Hungary has given mageba a chance to show the versatility of its products and services, with both structural bearings and expansion joints supplied from the company’s factories in Hungary and Slovakia and with fully assembled bearings quickly modified to accommodate changing requirements...

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Danube experience

A major new bridge in the south of Bratislava has given mageba the opportunity to supply key components – in this case, low-noise modular expansion joints – for yet another crossing of the beautiful River Danube...

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Red River Re-opening

Hanoi’s Thang Long Bridge, one of the most important bridges across the Red River in Vietnam’s capital, has just had its deck renovated during a five-month closure – with mageba expansion joints installed to replace the old joints at six locations along its length...

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Bearings for dolphins

The dolphin structures that support a section of wharf of a Rio Tinto iron-ore port in western Australia are currently being replaced – with mageba bearings supporting the superstructure that will connect them across this harsh marine environment...

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Stainless bearings for Australian railway

In order to maximise durability, the newly installed bearings of an Australian railway bridge were fabricated from stainless steel rather than carbon steel – ensuring the longest possible service life and minimising disruption to rail traffic from future replacement works...

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Mumbai connections

The island city of Mumbai on India’s west coast relies heavily on sea bridges to connect various parts of the city to each other and to the mainland – such as the under-construction Mumbai Trans Harbour Link, which like the Bandra-Worli Sea Link before it is being equipped with mageba bearings and expansion joints...

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南京再添长江大桥

玛格巴是世界领先的桥梁支座和伸缩缝的供应商,其产品已在现代化大都市 – 南京的多座跨江大桥上安装使用。如今,南京再添新桥,又一座长江大桥 – 南京长江第五大桥跨江而建,与南京长江第二大桥,南京长江第三大桥,南京长江第四大桥一样,南京长江第五大桥依然选用了玛格巴模数式伸缩装置。...

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No need to meet us halfway

In supplying the expansion joints of the Halfway River Bridge in western Canada, we reflect on what has always been an integral part of mageba’s mission – offering optimal solutions for any particular bridge’s requirements from our wide range of products, and ensuring high quality, so the client doesn’t have to compromise on either...

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