Supervising the MEP project for the fourth longest bridge in Denmark since 2018
Back in May 2018, GmásP MEP department became part of the peer reviewer for the STORSTROMBROEN project. It is a 4000-meter-long bridge between the island of Masnedo and Falser located in Denmark.
STORSTROMBROEN is an iconic project for Denmark: two high-speed lines, a dual carriageway for traffic road and a cycle path. This gigantic infrastructure is a key project that would improve Denmark’s road and rail network and it will also replace the old Storstrom bridge built in autumn 1932 as it has already reached the end of its useful life cycle.
4 years of hard work at GmásPMEP that are beginning to come to fruition. The first piers are already emerging, so the layout of the deck is starting to be distinguishable.
Although there is a lot of work ahead, there is a great motivation of seeing this project finished! Let´s proceed!
Picture source: Vejdirektoratet