The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 90 (2012) > Issues > Issue 1 > Belgrade’s new crossing point
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Belgrade’s new crossing point

The new Sava River Crossing in Belgrade has been recently completed. Matthew Myerscough (formerly with Paul Tanner & Associates and now with Cass Hayward) reports from Serbia on its design and construction.

Author(s): M. Myerscough (Cass Hayward)

Keywords: sava river bridge, belgrade, serbia, cable stayed bridges, Bridges, construction work, concrete, incremental launching, pylons, roads, viaducts