The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 54 (1976) > Issues > Issue 10 > The Use of Continuous Precast Beam Decks for the M11 Woodford Interchange Viaducts
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The Use of Continuous Precast Beam Decks for the M11 Woodford Interchange Viaducts

The paper describes how various factors peculiar to the site together with a desire to impose maximum design and construction standardization led to the use of precast MOT/C&CA prestressed concrete M beams for the decks of a large multi-viaduct interchange at the London end of the M11 motorway. B.P. Pritchard

Author(s): Pritchard, B P

Keywords: continuous structural members;precast;prestressed concrete;motorways;mbeams;decks;design;construction work