Motorway A4 Haudiomont/F

Efficient Renovations of Motorway Culverts using Special Formwork

The French motorway A4 connects the capital Paris with the economic region around Strasbourg, which is one of the most productive in the country. That makes this motorway one of the most important and frequently travelled roads in France.

Basic Conditions

In the forests of Haudiomont Département Meuse, Lorraine), not far from Verdun, for many kilometres the A4 runs along the top of an embankment. Along the way many tube shaped openings for wild animals and pedestrians go through it on the ground level. Here the ground is horizontal. The concrete shell in three of these culverts had begun to...

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