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Crossing Highway B101 in Luckenwalde

Timber Green Bridge


This is currently the largest timber green bridge in Europe and crosses the B101 between Luckenwalde and Trebbin. The entire arch structure is made of laminated larch and parts of the ceiling could be mounted on a single installation weekend. In order to protect the construction from moisture a special sealing layer is applied onto the plywood ceiling. So far it is only the second timber green bridge. However, it was able to convince due to low costs and short installation times. So it is quite possible that some of the 90 other planned green crossing structures in germany are going to be carried out in timber.

DEGES on behalf of Federal and the State of Brandenburg

Year of construction

Length: 32,00m
Width: 38,90m

Soil covered three-hinged arch made of larch glulam (approx. 520 m³) with laminated timber ceiling (approx. 1830 m²) and a special construction of multi-layer waterproofing protection.

Our services
consultancy timber structure and projct assistance during execution and installation

Other views of the bridge