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    VINCI 2017 Innovation Awards: A Grand Prize for Eolift®

    The prize-giving ceremony for the VINCI 2017 Innovation Awards, International region, held in Paris on 7 November rewarded Eolift team with the Grand Prize for Processes and Techniques category.

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    Brotonne Bridge just turned 40!

    One of our iconic achievements is now 40 years old

    Repair

    Station F inaugurated - Flashback on the Halle Freyssinet repair works

    Freyssinet restored the 30,000 m² concrete surface of the world's largest startup campus

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    [EVENT] Freyssinet at ATOMEXPO 2017

    Freyssinet will take part in the ATOMEXPO International Forum in Moscow, June 19th - 21th.

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    [EVENT] Freyssinet at ATOMEXPO 2017

    Freyssinet will take part in the ATOMEXPO International Forum in Moscow, June 19th - 21th.

  • Construction

    Brazil - Wind towers built with the Eolift® method

    In partnership with GE (Alstom), Freyssinet designed and built 36 wind turbines equipped with Alstom ECO 122 2.7 MW turbines at a hub height of 119 meters.

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    [VIDEO] Freyssinet's highlights in 2016

    Find out in the video some of Freyssinet's emblematic projects for the year 2016

    New Structures

    Turkey - Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge

    Freyssinet cables set a new world record for span length

    The Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge was inaugurated today at a ceremony attended by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. The hybrid bridge's 1,408-metre span fitted with Freyssinet cables sets the new world record for cable-stayed span length.

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    Morocco - Opening of the Mohammed VI Bridge

    On 7 July 2016, King Mohammed VI of Morocco opened the new cable-stayed bridge of the same name in Rabat. At 950 metres, it is one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in Africa.

    Construction

    Dammam Bridge: a strategic project in Saudi Arabia

    Between May 2012 and April 2015, Freyssinet took part in the project aimed at improving the road infrastructures for the Port of Dammam in Saudi Arabia. The programme included the construction of a 2.3 km viaduct that prolongs Dammam's Coastal Road and straddles the extremely busy Port Road and the railway line serving the port. A construction method never before seen in Saudi Arabia was used for this precast segmental bridge, which was erected by means of a launching gantry.