- KundeCity of Lohmar
- FlächeTwo foreland bridges, each 10 m
Arched wooden bridge 45 m
- MaterialConcrete, wood, steel
- ProjektteamIngenieurbüro Miebach
Schaffitzel Holzindustrie GmbH
- FotosTiComTec GmbH
The Höngesberger Bridge is one of the longest arched wooden bridges for heavy traffic in Germany, with two wooden arches that are each 6.20 m in height and 45 m long. It is an true innovation in many respects. So-called foreland bridges with a wood-concrete composite structure hold it in place on both sides, using our HBV system. These are each 10 m long and are needed to ensure the provision of an additional crossing area in the event of flooding. The new bridge, combined with the two foreland bridges, is a cost-effective solution that integrates seamlessly into its surroundings.