Inlay in Continuous Reinforced Concrete on the A10 Brussels – Oostende at Ternat

Paper by CAESTECKER from ISCR 9th 2004 Instanbul Turkey

Between September and November 2002, an inlay in continuous reinforced concrete was constructed on the A10 motorway between Groot-Bijgaarden and Ternat. The main components of the section of road are concrete slabs that are overlaid with asphalt surfacing. The work was performed in the shortest possible period, during which the 3 traffic lanes in both directions were kept open all the time on this very busy motorway. Details of both the technical and the organisatorial aspects are given below. At the same time, the existing New Jerseys were replaced by a concrete safety barrier with a modified profile. The modified profile matches with the new type F from the USA. The lampposts of the central reservation were incorporated in the profile of the safety barrier, so that the new design also offers economic in addition to technical advantages.

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