Gazela Bridge

Belgrade, Serbia
Client: 
EU – Delegation to the the Republic of Serbia
Services: 
Site supervision
Project type: 
Competence Center: 
CC Site supervision

The Gazela Bridge is the most important road bridge over the Sava in the Serbian capital Belgrade. It is part of the city motorway in the course of the E70/E75, which is part of the pan-European traffic corridor X.

It has six lanes (three lanes in every direction) with a total width of 27.5 m. The bridge was completed in 1970 and had to be generally rehabilitated. The rehabilitation works for structures and piers comprised the steel structure, the prestressed concrete and reinforced concrete structures, the decks and the bridge equipment.

The total bridge consists of the following sections:

  • Fore-shore bridges and ramps on the left bank: prestressed concrete box girders with a total length of 1,384 m and a total area of 17,712 m².
  • Bridge over the Sava: two connected box girders in steel with orthotropic plate, length of 468 m and area of 12,884 m².
  • Foreshore bridges and ramps on the right bank: prestressed concrete box girders with a total length of 2,145 m and a total area of 23,400 m².
  • Mostar Interchange: bridges and ramps, prestressed concrete box girders with a total length of 463 m and a total area of 5,561 m².
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