Royal Haskoning wins Dubai bridge design competition

By Richard High04 August 2008

Netherlands-based Royal Haskoning has won the competition to design a new cable stayed bridge for Un

Netherlands-based Royal Haskoning has won the competition to design a new cable stayed bridge for United Arab Emirate-based developer Nakheel.

Netherlands-based Royal Haskoning has won the competition to design a new cable stayed bridge for United Arab Emirate-based developer Nakheel.

The 450 m-long, 50 m wide bridge will link Dubai's man-made Palm Jebel Ali island to the Waterfront development.

It will have a main span of 225 m and two 135 m-high pylons. It will carry an eight lane motorway and will also include provision for cyclists and pedestrians.

Pictures: Royal Haskoning

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