Gebzeli Engineers 3. Investigated Bridge

Gebzeli Engineers 3. Bridge: The Chamber of Civil Engineers Members of Gebze Representation, 3. Technical tour of the Bosphorus Bridge
Chamber of Civil Engineers Gebze Representation, 1408 known as Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge which is the longest suspension bridge of the world with rail system with 3 meter length. Organized a technical trip to the Bosphorus Bridge. Chamber of Civil Engineers Gebze Representation Chairman Ziya Özhan and the board members accompanied by the second technical visit to the bridge after the presentation of the work of the members who had the opportunity to closely watch the bridge, the Sultan Selim I admired the bridge and proud of his colleagues working in the bridge construction.
FIRST IN THE WORLD
Members of the Chamber of Civil Engineers of Gebze visited Yüksel Proje Uluslararası A.Ş. He was greeted by his chief engineer, İlhan Kavasoğlu. A comprehensive presentation was made to the group on the procurement process, design phase, technical information and construction process. Then the questions asked by civil engineers were answered by the chief engineer İlhan Kavasoğlu. In the presentation where the technical characteristics of the bridge were conveyed, it was stated that Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge was a hybrid bridge designed with a mixture of suspended and curved suspension bridges and it would be the first bridge to be constructed in the world.
HE THANKED
During the trip, how to remove the bridge deck, instead of how to monitor the installation and found the opportunity to review. Chamber of Civil Engineers Gebze Representation Chairman Ziya Özhan, Yüksel Proje Uluslararası A.Ş. The chief engineer thanked İlhan Kavasoğlu for his contributions. As known, the construction of Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, 15 million people live, 3 million vehicles every day, traffic is out, the 87 of the transportation takes place by road, 1. and 2. Bosphorus Bridges in the day every day, twice the capacity of the 600 thousand vehicle transition in Istanbul, 3 billion pounds of labor force and fuel loss, 1 to prevent waiting hours in the bridge traffic began in 2013.

Railway News Search

Be the first to comment

Comments