The building of the new Danube bridge near Paks, the South Hungarian city hosting Hungary’s sole nuclear power plant, has reached an important milestone. The constructor, Duna Aszfalt, shared a spectacular video about their progress.
According to origo.hu, the company has already placed the formwork trolleys on the two pillars of the bridge with the help of the Adam Clark floating crane, Magyar Építők wrote. This milestone in the construction project concerned the central segment of the bridge, which will be 440 metres long. Here is a video about the work:
The current project segment needs four formwork trolleys on the pillars. Interestingly, the parts of the equipment came from six countries. Finally, the unique device was assembled in Hungary.
Below are some visuals depicting the way the bridge will look once it is completed. That will be the 20th arching over the Danube in Hungary.