In 2019, a completed repair of Patton Bridge in Plzeň was followed by the repair of another important bridge – Roosevelt Bridge. The contractor of the construction works was Colas CZ, a.s. and the investor was the Statutory City of Plzeň, represented by the Public Assets Management.
The bridge-supporting structure is a continuous reinforced-concrete slab structure with two fields with a span of 18.05 + 13.25 m. The total length of the supporting structure is 33.8 m, the width of the supporting structure is 13.0 m and the clearance above Tyršova Street is approximately 5.5 m.
The bridge-supporting structure is a continuous reinforced-concrete slab structure with five fields with a span of 14.74 + 16.54 + 16.64 + 17.40 + 17.40 m. The width of the supporting structure is 8.50 m with 1.25 m wide cantilevers on both sides. The total width including mouldings is 11.50 m.
The stone arched bridge has three fields. In the 1980s, the existing supporting structure was "lightened" with a new embedded reinforced-concrete continuous slab structure. This new part of the supporting structure has a span of 3 x 26.65 m. In the central part of each panel field, it is lightened by a transition to a beam cross-section (4 beams in total). The structure thickness in the central part is 0.80 m and it is reinforced to 1.14 m above the supports. The inner supports are built on the original stone piers and the outermost supports are set on the edges of the outer arches.
|Construction period||2019/04 - 2019/11|
|Value of contract||18.732 mil. CZK|