Isostatic bridges are the solution most commonly used for medium-sized span lengths, of up to 55 m. They are made by using double-T beams, U beams or box girders.
Statically indeterminate bridges feature joints on supports, achieving continuous lengthwise action.
Variable depth bridges are an advanced solution for box girder, achieving longer span lengths and improved slenderness.
Curved bridges are the solution for demanding layouts with small curvature ratios, and thanks to prefabrication, they can be made as simply and quickly as straight bridges.
This type of structure makes it possible to build large viaducts in less time than using on-site solutions.
Prefabrication makes it possible to comprehensively resolve decks for cable-stayed bridges by means of precast segments.
Prefabrication makes it possible to create precast arches with minimal concrete sections and high performance of materials used.