Fload and coastal protection

Kienlesberg bridge

Kienlesbergbrücke
Kienlesbergbrücke
Kienlesbergbrücke

The Kienlesberg bridge is a steel bridge in Ulm, Baden-Württemberg. The 270-metre-long bridge was built as part of the construction of the new Ulm tram line 2 and opened in 2018. Inspired by the neighbouring heritage-listed Neutor Bridge, the bridge was built in a truss design.

The overall project was awarded the German Civil Engineering Prize 2020.

Client: SEH Engineering GmbH

Processing period: 2015 - 2018

Main data:
Total length: 270 m
Width: 15.8 - 17.8 m
Longest span: 74.45 m

Services:
Calculation, planning and design of assembly frames and the assembly and shunting platform
Workshop planning