Good news for the bureau greisch, which is once again making its mark on the international market!
Panama Cuarto Puente Consortium (CPCP) has chosen the Sener (Spain)-greisch consortium, in collaboration with Highway Planning and Design Institute (HPDI), for the design of the 4th bridge over the Panama Canal.
For this complex and technical project, the bureau greisch will be in charge of the special studies and the construction method for the main bridge.
This six-lane bridge will cross the canal between Panama West and Panama City, relieving traffic in these areas. The multi-stayed bridge, which forms the central part of a 2,450 m viaduct, has a total length of 965 metres, a main span of 485 metres and a height of 75 metres to allow ships to pass through.
The bureau Greisch, renowned for its ability to meet complex engineering challenges, has been given a new opportunity to demonstrate its internationally recognised expertise.
The Liège office has long experience of cable-stayed bridges. These include the Alzette bridge (Luxembourg), the Wandre bridge (Belgium), the Pays de Liège bridge (Belgium) and the Millau Viaduct (France). He also took part in the studies for the 3rd suspension bridge over the Bosphorus (Turkey).