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Past Bridges Middle East Presentation from Ministry of Public Works and Housing Jordan
 

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The region’s only event dedicated to designing, planning and delivering sustainable bridges ...

The region’s only event dedicated to designing, planning and delivering sustainable bridges
Following the phenomenal success of IQPC’s global Bridges series, including two regional summits, we are delighted to announce the third Bridges Middle East summit will take place under the patronage of Abu Dhabi Municipality and the official support of Ministry of Public Works, Kuwait on 24-27 October 2010 in Abu Dhabi. www.bridgesme.com

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    Past Bridges Middle East Presentation from Ministry of Public Works and Housing Jordan Past Bridges Middle East Presentation from Ministry of Public Works and Housing Jordan Presentation Transcript

    • THE HASHEMITE KINGDOM OF JORDAN MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS AND HOUSING BRIDGES MIDDLE EAST 2009 November 2009
    • Abdoun Bridge-Amman
    • The Strategic Vision The Strategic vision of the Ministry of Public Works and Housing concerning Bridge construction and maintenance in Jordan can be summarized as follows: • Achieving economic, feasible, durable and safe design and construction through the use of latest available international techniques in the design and construction • Planning and applying a sustainable program of roads and bridges maintenance, repair and rehabilitation • Applying an environmental friendly design and construction methodology • Ensuring a successful and sustainable system of project management, construction monitoring, and quality enhancement • Implementing a continuous and well elaborate program of training and technology transfer
    • The Strategic Vision • Master Planning: A planned system of Bridge rehabilitation and maintenance is the main objective where it depends on the Strategic need and priorities, the current condition and the social /economic and environmental impacts. Analytical assessment are carried out culminating in optimal strategies to be implemented under conditions of budget restraint • Inventory and condition surveys are carried out, recorded and entered into national database systems. • Socio-Economic and Environmental assessment are carried out with the objective of ensuring the proper and best usage of in-country capacity • Bridges construction, rehabilitation and maintenance strategies are appraised and prioritised using Multi Criteria Analysis • Prioritised activities are effectively applied and managed. •
    • The Strategic Vision • Environmental Impact: The overall objective of the Strategic Environmental Assessment is to demonstrate the effective integration and implementation of Bridge planning policies and programs under a given regulatory and administrative procedures. • “Construction Environment Management Guidelines “are applied to ensure minimum adverse impacts and effective mitigation measures.
    • Major Bridge Projects In Jordan
    • Amman Development Corridor-Bridges Main Features: • Environment Friendly Design • Provision of Safety Features such as noise barrier and side fencing • Relieving major traffic from city centre and helping in reducing congestion and pollution • Serving the local communities by providing links to local developments. • Minimizing disturbance to local community by adopting optimized alignment and design best fit with the local features and constraints. • Provision of landscaping to make the road and bridges Aesthetic and in harmony with the surrounding • Below are samples of Amman Development Corridor Bridges:
    • Amman Development Corridor-Viaduct 2 • Bridge Description: Location : Viaduct 2, Amman Development corridor – Section 3 – Zarqa Through Link Type: Post tension Pre-cast Girder Beams and steel beams Length: 310 m. Width: 34.7 m to 49.47 m Span length,: 36 m post tension concrete beams, 50 m steel beams No. of Spans: 8 Height of piers: 20 m Type of foundation: Pile foundation Construction cost: 8.9 M JD Designed By: Dar Al-Handasah Consultants Main Contractor: Group Five in Cooperation with MID Contracting Completion date: 2010
    • Amman Development Corridor-Viaduct 2 Special environmental and safety features of the bridge: The provision of sound barrier to mitigate noise, and long steel beams to span over existing roads and minimize disturbance to local traffic circulation Sequence Of Work (19)•
    • Amman Development Corridor-Viaduct 2 General Plan -Profile
    • Amman Development Corridor-Viaduct 2
    • Viaduct 2 Pictures Substructure Pier Construction
    • Viaduct 2 Pictures Superstructure Construction
    • Viaduct 2 Pictures Superstructure Construction
    • Viaduct 2 Pictures Superstructure Construction
    • Amman Development Corridor- OP 11
    • Amman Development Corridor- OP 11 • Bridge Description: Location : Amman Development corridor – Section 3 – Overpass 11 Type: Post tension – cast in situ Voided Slab Length: 72.4 m, Width: 10m longest Span length: 35.5 m No. of Spans: 3 Height of piers: 10 m Type of foundation: Concrete piles • Construction cost: 0.9 M JD • Designed By: Dar Al-Handasah Consultants • Contractor : Group Five in Cooperation with MID Contracting • Completion date: 2010 •
    • Amman Development Corridor- OP 11 Special environmental and safety feature of the bridge: Provision of special safety barrier and fencing for added environmental protection as the bridge is passing through environmental sensitive area that required added safety measures
    • Amman Development Corridor- OP 11
    • Amman Development Corridor- OP 11 Noise Barrier Bridge at Completion
    • Amman Development Corridor- OP 11 Substructure & Superstructure
    • Amman Development Corridor- OP 11 Superstructure Construction
    • Amman Development Corridor- OP 8
    • Amman Development Corridor- OP 8 • Bridge Description: Location : Amman Development corridor – Section 2 – OP 8 over Madounah Road Type: Post tension – cast in situ Voided Slab Length: 78 m, Width: 13m Longest Span length: 56 m No. of Spans: 3 Height of piers: 9m Type of foundation: Concrete footing Construction cost: 1.5 M JD Designed By: Dar Al-Handasah Consultants Main Contractor: China Chongqing International Corp. in Cooperation with United Massar Completion date: 2010
    • Amman Development Corridor- OP 8
    • Amman Development Corridor- OP 8
    • Amman Development Corridor- Viaduct 1
    • Amman Development Corridor- Viaduct 1 • Bridge Description: Location : Amman Development corridor – Section 2 – OP 8 over Madounah Road Type: Post tension – cast in situ Box Girder & precast beams • Length, 235 m, Width 13m longest Span length: 57 m No. of Spans: 6 Height of piers: 17 m Type of foundation: Concrete footing • Construction cost: 2.1 M JD • Designed By: Dar Al-Handasah Consultants • Constructed By: China Chnogqing International Corp in cooperation with United Massar • Completion date: 2010 •
    • Amman Development Corridor- Viaduct 1
    • Amman Development Corridor- Viaduct 1
    • Amman Development Corridor- Viaduct 1 Precast Girder Cast- in situ
    • Amman Development Corridor- Viaduct 1 Bridge at Completion
    • Amman Development Corridor- Airport Interchange Bridges
    • Amman Development Corridor- Airport Interchange Bridges • Bridges Description: Location : Amman Development corridor – Section 1 – Airport Interchange Type: Post tension – cast in situ Box Girder Length: 160 m, (one bridge) Width : 13m longest Span length: 48 m No. of Spans: 5 Height of piers: 10 m Type of foundation: Concrete piles Designed By: Dar Al Handasah Consultants Main Contractor: Copri Construction Enterprises Est Bridge Subcontractor: Marwan Al Kurdi & Partners Co. Ltd. Completion date: 2011
    • Amman Development Corridor- Airport Interchange Bridges Special environmental and safety features of the Interchange and bridges: The provision of environmental friendly design including full landscaping compatible with the surrounding and to ensure the least intrusion .
    • Amman Development Corridor- Airport Interchange Bridges
    • Abdoun Bridge-Amman
    • Abdoun Bridge-Amman Special environmental and safety features This bridge spans over major wadi in Amman and links the two sides of the city with an aesthetically pleasing , economic and with minimum land acquisition requirement. This bridge has minimized the travel time and distance within Amman and provided a very attractive feature that is environmentally acceptable and socially desired Length:420 n, longest span length: 132 m Width: 27 m Designed by: Dar Al-Handasah Consultants Completion time: 2007
    • Abdoun Bridge-Amman
    • Abdoun Bridge-Amman
    • Abdoun Bridge-Amman Precast Segment Installation
    • Abdoun Bridge-Amman Bridge at completion
    • Abu Alasal Bridge / Parkway
    • Abu Alasal Bridge / Parkway • Bridge Description: Location : Maeen – Dead Sea Type: Post tension – Precast Girder – AASHTO Type Length: 91.2 m, Width: 12.8m longest Span length: 30 m No. of Spans: 3 Height of piers: 26 m Type of foundation: Shallow Foundation. Construction cost: 2.4 M JD. Designed By: Pacific Consultant International & Yamasita Consultants Sekki Inc. & Consolidated Consultant. Main Contractor: Condotte Bridgework Subcontractor: Marwan A. Al-Kurdi & Part. Co. Ltd. Completion date: 2005.
    • Abu Alasal Bridge / Parkway
    • Abu Alasal Bridge / Parkway
    • Abu Alasal Bridge / Parkway
    • Abu Alasal Bridge / Parkway Precast Girder Installation & Substructure
    • Abu Alasal Bridge / Parkway Bridge During Construction
    • Abu Alasal Bridge / Parkway Substructure Works
    • Abu Alasal Bridge / Parkway Precast Girder Installation using Launching Girder
    • Himara Bridge / Parkway
    • Himara Bridge / Parkway • Bridge Description: Location : Maeen- Dead Sea Type: Post tension – Precast Girder Length: 100 m, Width : 12.8m longest Span length: 32m No. of Spans: 3 Height of piers: 32 m. Type of foundation: Shallow Foundation. Construction cost: 2.5 M JD. Designed By: Pacific Consultant International & Yamasita Consultants Sekki Inc. & Consolidated Consultant Main Contractor: Condotte Bridge Subcontractor: Marwan A. Al-Kurdi & Part. Co. Ltd. Completion date: 2005.
    • Himara Bridge / Parkway
    • Himara Bridge / Parkway
    • Himara Bridge / Parkway
    • Bridge Construction
    • Himara Bridge / Parkway Precast Girder Installation
    • Himara Bridge / Parkway Deck Slab Works
    • Himara Bridge / Parkway
    • King Hussein Bridge
    • King Hussein Bridge • Bridge Description: Location : Dead Sea – Jordan River Type: Extra Dose Bridge Length: 120 m, Width: 1.8m longest Span length: 52 m No. of Spans: 3 Height of piers: 21 m Type of foundation: Deep Foundation (Cast in-situ Piles) . Construction cost: 4.5 M JD. Designer : Nippon Koie Main Contractor : Sumitomo Bridge Subcontractor: Marwan A. Al-Kurdi & Part. Co. Ltd. Completion Date : 2001
    • King Hussein Bridge
    • King Hussein Bridge
    • King Hussein Bridge Scaffolding Works Piling Works
    • King Hussein Bridge Post – Tensioning Works
    • King Hussein Bridge Bridge at Completion
    • King Hussein Bridge Bridge at Completion
    • Mukharis Bridges/Dead Sea
    • Mukharis Bridges • Bridge Description: Location : Dead Sea Type: Post tension – Precast Girder – AASHTO TYPE IV Length: 100 m. Width: 12.8m . longest Span length, 33 m No. of Spans: 3 Height of piers: 11 m. Type of foundation: Shallow Foundation. Construction cost: 3.5 M JD. Designer : Engicon Bridge Works By : Marwan A. Al-Kurdi & Part. Co. Ltd. Completion Date : 2004
    • Mukharis Bridges
    • Mukharis Bridges Substructure Works (Piers)
    • Mukharis Bridges Bridge During Construction – Superstructure
    • Mukharis Bridges Bridge After Completion
    • Mukharis Bridges Mukharis Bridges
    • Zarka Interchange Bridge
    • Zarka Interchange Bridge Bridge Description: Location : Zarqa Highway – Zarqa Type: Post tension – Solid Slab Length: 82.4 m, Width: 10.6m longest Span length: 42.4 m No. of Spans: 2 Height of piers: 8m Type of foundation: Shallow Foundation Construction cost: 2.1 M JD. Designed By: Engicon and Trois Main Contractor: Marwan A. Al-Kurdi & Part. Co. Ltd. Completion date: 2008
    • Zarka Interchange Bridge
    • Zarka Interchange Bridge
    • Zarka Interchange Bridge Superstructure Works - Scaffolding
    • Zarka Interchange Bridge Superstructure Works - Scaffolding
    • Zarka Interchange Bridge Concrete Operation
    • Zarka Interchange Bridge Post Tensioning Operation
    • Zarka Interchange Bridge Zarka Interchange Bridge
    • Karak Bridge
    • Karak Entrance Bridge • Bridge Description: Location : Karak Entrance- Karak Type: Post tension – Precast Girder AASHOTO type IV Length: 177 m. Width: 20 m. longest Span length: 36 m. No. of Spans: 2 Height of piers: 42 m. Type of foundation: Shallow Foundation Estimated Cost: 8.2 M JD Designed By: Engicon & Lotti Main Contractor: Marwan A. Al-Kurdi & Part. Co. Ltd. Completion date: 2010 ( Expected)
    • Karak Bridge
    • Karak Bridge
    • Karak Bridge
    • Karak Bridge Substructure Works
    • Karak Bridge Preparation for Cap Beam
    • Karak Bridge Substructure Works
    • Baqa'a Camp Entrances
    • Baqa'a Camp Entrances Bridge Description: Location: Baqa'a camp Type: Post Tension (Girder) Length: 230 m Width: 21 m Girder Length: 33.40 m, No. of Spans: 7 Date of Completion: 15/11/2009 Construction Cost: 15 Million JD Designer: Engicon Contractor: United Enterprises Company
    • Baqa'a Camp Entrances Bridge Special Features • The objective of the bridge is to serve the local community of Baqa’a and the surrounding areas, spanning over the existing roads and bypassing all the local circulating traffic. It reduces congestion, enhances safety reduces noise and minimizes accidents. • Concrete barriers of 1.26 m height was provided to separate the bridge from the adjacent service roads to mitigate noise and enhance safety.
    • Baqa'a Camp Entrances
    • Baqa'a Camp Entrances
    • Baqa'a Camp Entrances
    • THANK YOU
    • Index Page • Stratgic Vision • Zarqa Bridge • Abdoun Bridge • Baq’a Bridge • Amman ring Road • Karak Bridge • Kin Hussein Bridge • Mukharis Bridge • Parkway Bridges