Where: Millau, France
Year of completion : 2004
Designed By: French structural engineer Michel Virlogeux and British architect Norman Foster
Contractor: The Compagnie Eiffage du Viaduc de Millau
This bridge over the Tarn valley at Millau has established itself as one of the must-see modern monuments in France. It is the world's highest multi-span bridge (the deck floor is 890 ft above the valley at its deepest) and the longest suspended bridge in the world, and an engineering wonder of the world.
Its construction work started in 2001. Its total length is 2460 m and its width is 32.05 m.
The concrete used for the construction of piers was procured from Lafarge and the sliding shuttering technology for the construction of piers was provided by Peri
Let’s meet next month with new structure!!!