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    Acambay Bypass Junction

    The junction complements the extension to four lanes of the Atlacomulco-Palmillas road, and eases heavy traffic by removing it from the streets of the municipality of Acambay.

    The project is located in the northern area of the State of Mexico. It is 13.3 kilometres from Atlacomulco and includes two bridges; the largest is 150.00 m long, and crosses a ravine by means of the construction of two reinforced earth walls, and then joins up again with two bridges of over 300.00 m long at a different grade.

    The lower bridge joins a 150.00 m long underpass that crosses the existing highway below natural ground level, while the higher bridge joins the existing highway.  

    General Information

    Location
    Acambay, State of Mexico (Mexico)
    Contract type
    Construction
    Infrastructure
    the bridges were built on a deep foundation (piling), a surface foundation of isolated footings, columns, caps and 50.00-m long NU I-girders, installed with 300.00-ton capacity cranes and superstructure slabs, with an asphalt wearing course. It includes accesses, as well as works pending execution such as dirt roads, drainage works, asphalt concrete road surface and signalling of km. 10+00 to km. 13+00 of the Acambay Bypass
    Year of project completion
    2014

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