A bridge for the next 100 years

High up in northern Germany, on the A7 highway from Hamburg to Denmark, Implenia is working on the replacement of the Rader High Bridge. From 2030, this bridge will carry six lanes for 1.5 km across Lake Borgstedt, Rader Island and the Kiel Canal, the world's busiest artificial sea route. The first of two planned bridges is scheduled for completion at the end of 2026. This will make this element of Germany's highway infrastructure fit for the needs of the next century.

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