The Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge was inaugurated today at a ceremony attended by President Recep Tayyip Erdoðan. The hybrid bridge's 1,408-metre span fitted with Freyssinet cables sets the new world record for cable-stayed span length.
On 7 July 2016, King Mohammed VI of Morocco opened the new cable-stayed bridge of the same name in Rabat. At 950 metres, it is one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in Africa.
During Christmas 2015, Freyssinet successfully slid a concrete bridge beneath the line of the Immingham to Ulceby railway line (England).
FKK (Kyokuto Kogen Concrete Shinko Co., Ltd.), licensee of Freyssinet in Japan for post-tensioning, supplied the post-tensioning for the marine bridge connecting Miyako Island and Irabu Island of the Okinawa archipelago, located in the southernmost point of the country.
A huge step forward for this great project: the first stay cable was installed on April 3rd on the Europe pylon. The video shows a first sneak peek with beautiful aerial views of the site.
A few parts of the replica of the Chauvet Cave were presented to the press Wednesday, December 17, 2014.
In Portland, Oregon, Freyssinet recently completed work on the Willamette River Transit Bridge (WRTB), a cable-stayed bridge located at the heart of the city and designed to accommodate pedestrian, cyclist, bus and tramway traffic.
Freyssinet recently signed two major construction projects in Hong-Kong: the Liantang 3 (LT3) cross-boundary bridge and the viaduct section of the Tuen Mun-Chek Lap Kok Link (TMCLK), two precast segmental balanced cantilever bridges.
The keying operation for the "eighth wonder" of the city of Constantine in Algeria was completed on Thursday 29 May 2014 after 18 months of concurrent work on four fronts including three balanced cantilevers and a cast-in-place span, on a 24/7 work schedule.
Freyssinet just signed with Hyundai Engineering & Construction - SK Engineering & Construction Joint Venture, a contract to supply and install the stay cables and dampers on the third Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey
The Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations, also known as MuCEM, opened in 2013 in Marseilles (France). On the site, Freyssinet assembled, adjusted and keyed the 309 prestressed tree columns surrounding the exhibition halls and the two footbridges St-Laurent and Fort St-Jean.
In Istanbul, the Haliç Bridge, the fourth across the Golden Horn, has just been completed. The structure, which is made up of two access viaducts, a cable-stayed bridge and a swing bridge, is built on a historical site and will make it possible to extend a metro line in a city plagued by traffic jams.