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The construction of Votonosi Bridge, Greece

The construction of Votonosi Bridge, Greece The recently constructed Votonosi Bridge situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and within a seismically active zone, forms part of the Egnatia motorway project in northern Greece. With a main span of 230m, this bridge has the longest span for balanced cantilever bridges constructed in Greece to date. This paper provides general information regarding the bridge and outlines its construction. K. Ahmadi-Kashani PhD, CEng, MIStructE, MIEI Technical Advisor, KBR, UK I. Rentzeperis PhD, TEE General Manager, EOAE, Greece C. Brun Construction Manager, Thales-Omek, France P. Papanikolas PhD, TEE Technical Manager, EOAE, Greece V. Tsebas TEE Site Manager, Mechaniki AE, Greece C. Miltsakakis TEE Site Engineer, Mechaniki AE, Greece

Author(s): Ahmadi-Kashani, K;Rentzeperis, I;Brun, C;Papanikolas, P;Tsebas, V;Miltsakakis, C

Keywords: votonosi bridge, greece;road bridges;Bridges;balanced cantilever construction;egnatia motorway, greece;motorways;seismic design;foundations;concrete