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Lekki-Ikoyi-Bridge, Nigeria

Lekki Ikoyi Bridge, Lagos, Nigeria - The Lekki Ikoyi Bridge in Lagos is the first cable-stay bridge in Nigeria.
Lekki Ikoyi Bridge, Lagos, Nigeria - The 90 m high pylon with complex geometry carries the 225 m long main bridge section.
Lekki Ikoyi Bridge, Lagos, Nigeria - The Lekki Ikoyi Bridge has an overall length of 1,357 m and connects the two city districts of Lekki on Victoria Island and Ikoyi on Lagos Island.
Lekki Ikoyi Bridge, Lagos, Nigeria - PERI engineers combined the ACS and RCS climbing systems to create a project-specific optimally adapted formwork solution.
Lekki Ikoyi Bridge, Lagos, Nigeria - On the left, the ACS self-climbing system for the inclined front sides; on the right, the RCS rail climbing system for the forward and reverse inclinations as well as rounded surfaces.
Lekki Ikoyi Bridge, Lagos, Nigeria - With the help of the RCS rail climbing system, all 21 concreting sections could be climbed without requiring any modifications. The access technology was also an important part of the PERI solution.

Info projecten

Ligging: Lagos, Nigeria

  • First of its kind, cable-stayed pylon bridge in Nigeria
  • Height pylons: 50m
  • Span: 1357 m and 37 piers
  • Main bridge 635m
  • Construction period: 2012 - 2013

Vereisten

High safety requirements.

Klant

  • Construction Company: Julius Berger Nigeria PLC
  • Planning Operations: Julius Berger International GmbH, Wiesbaden
  • Field Service: PERI Frankfurt (Export Division Nigeria) and PERI Weissenhorn, Germany

Voordeel klant

  • Simply operation due to hydraulically operated formwork carriages

PERI oplossing

  • Project specific optimally adapted formwork solution for this bridge
  • Crane-independent working operations
  • Maximum safety standards in any wind and height
  • Combined use of ACS and RCS for complex pylon structures
  • Catwalks / Skywalks between pylon legs for increased safety