About the Project

The Pisgat Ze’ev Bridge, spanning over 300 meters, is a remarkable structure built with prefabricated elements and cast columns reaching heights of up to 30 meters. Its construction, situated in a mountainous region and spanning a wadi, remains a testament to complexity and ingenuity, especially considering the challenges faced two decades ago.

At the time, this project stood out for its innovation. The bridge’s construction involved the use of a pioneering “caterpillar” crane, the first of its kind in Israel during that era. Additionally, expansion joints were strategically incorporated to preserve the bridge’s flexibility and durability in the face of varying terrain conditions, including weather fluctuations and ground movements.

Client: Moriah Jerusalem Development Corporation
Period of Construction: 2000–2003.

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