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ROBERTO MARINHO’S BRIDGE REACHES ITS FINAL STAGE OF CONSTRUCTION

2 de Dezembro de 2007

ROBERTO MARINHO’S BRIDGE

Job Site– SP

The main beam of Roberto Marinho’s bridge reaches its final height.

Being one of São Paulo city site references, its construction reaches the final stage by finishing the main beam concreting and starting the cables erecting.

Locabens has a Potain MC85A in this job site reaching 145m of height.

As an important characteristic of this project we have the special tie-in project for this tower crane. With maximum distance of around 17m between the crane tower and the beam, Locabens has developed the longest anchor structure ever known in Brazil.

Locabens technical department has calculated this anchor structure using an specific software and traditional calculation methods as well.

The Potain MC85A will be in this job site up to the end of the construction helping all runway stage.