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Western Avenue Extension. Erection Methods and Temporary Works for the Construction of Precast Concrete Segmental Superstructures

Western Avenue is a 4km (23 mile) elevated highway to motorway standards, now under construction in West London. When completed it will be the longest elevated highway in Europe. H.D. Huntley

Author(s): Huntley, H D

Keywords: erecting;construction work;precast;western avenue, london;prestressed concrete;post tensioning