Frei Paolino Baldassari Bridge is a symbol of Acre’s commitment and development

Frei Paolino Baldassari Bridge is a symbol of Acre’s commitment and development
Frei Paolino Baldassari Bridge is a symbol of Acre’s commitment and development
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Published on 02/04/2024 09:50

“My parents have lived here at Ramal for 70 years, in a community that had been isolated for decades, and today, thanks to God and Governor Gladson Cameli, we have achieved this achievement, which is priceless,” said Gerbson Santana, resident of Ramal Mário Lobão, who in December 2023, saw a dream finally come true: the Frei Paolino Baldassari Bridge, in Sena Madureira.

Integrating the First and Second Districts of the city, the bridge over the Iaco River is 232 meters long, and today reduces a distance that was previously covered by land, via BR-364, or by cattray, crossing the river.

With work supervised by the Department of Highways, Waterway and Airport Infrastructure of Acre (Deracre), the investment for this historic work was R$36 million, coming from the State’s own resources, of which R$20 million was allocated by the Department State Traffic Authority (Detran/AC).

In less than two years

In March, technical agents from Construtora Cidade worked on concreting the second pre-cast spar beam, manufactured in the aerial shoring on the west side of the bridge, located in the city center. In May, the first pieces of the shuttle truss that would launch the pre-cast beams of the bridge over the Iaco River arrived.

In July, the project received the first pieces of the truss. In total, 20 beams were placed, with the 19th being reinforced. Furthermore, the beams were raised and launching work continued on the Second District side.

[Agência de Notícias do Acre]

The article is in Portuguese

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