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PHOTOS: Julius Berger releases fresh images on progress of 2nd Niger bridge

PHOTOS: Julius Berger releases fresh images on progress of 2nd Niger bridge
January 17
15:52 2020
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Julius Berger Nigeria Plc has released fresh images on the progress recorded with the ongoing construction of the 2nd Niger Bridge.

In a report which accompanied the images, the company said as of January 10, 2020, the project had reached a stage of 30.12% completion.

The project is expected to be completed by February 2022. In June, the company launched a website to “allow Nigerians track the status” of the project.

Below are the newly released pictures:

CH 24+000 to 24+500 – Hyraulic dredging into alignment

Amakom Bridge – Bridge deck casted and parapet wall (North) installed

Western Approach – Casting station – Segments 1 and 2 launched

Niger Bridge Axis 260 – Formwork and reinforcement (North)

Eastern Approach – Casting station – Lifting beams completed

Culvert and Drains CH 29+510 – Walls and bottomslabs on going

Soil Improvement CH 31+750 – Laying of Geotextile upper layer

Soil Improvement CH 32+500 – Installation of PVD

Owerri Interchange Axis 50 – Bored piling on going

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  1. Biharis
    Biharis January 18, 08:42

    Good to see
    I wish the progress was faster

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