Bridge over the River Oise

Compiègne (60), France Compiègne / France / 2011

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The 150m bridge is the first urban crossing to be built in the city since world war two.


The bridge is part of a major urban renewal scheme on both banks of River Oise.


With its gently curved deck and sinusoid structure, the bridge is an iconic yet very sensitive structure in the protected river corridor.


The shallow deck is entirely made of steel and is supported on a V shaped concrete pier.


The slender design is enhanced at night with low energy LED lighting built in the handrails and within the structure.

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    The 150m bridge is the first urban crossing to be built in the city since world war two. The bridge is part of a major urban renewal scheme on both banks of River Oise. With its gently curved deck and sinusoid structure, the bridge is an iconic yet very sensitive structure in the protected river corridor. The shallow deck is entirely made of steel and is supported on a V shaped concrete pier. The slender design is enhanced at night with low energy LED lighting built in the handrails and...

    Project details
    • Year 2011
    • Work finished in 2011
    • Main structure Steel
    • Client Agglomération de la région de Compiègne
    • Cost 11 M€
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Bridges and Roads / Bridges and Walkways
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