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UVATERV participation in "BRIDGE ENGINEERING DAYS" of 2015

2015 június 22.

„Bridge Engineering Days” of this year was held on June 10 and 11, 2015 in Visegrád, Hungary at Thermal Hotel Visegrád by Közlekedésfejlesztési Koordinációs Központ (Hungarian Transport Administration).

On June 10, within the framework of a block titled Danube Bridges and Border Bridges, in a 30-minute presentation titled „20 years old is the Rákóczi Bridge - Memories about the Bridge Construction”, in addition to the contractors (László Sitku from Ganz Acélszerkezet Rt., Balázs Vörös from Hidépitő Vállalat-Zrt.), also Dr. Ida Koller gave a brief description of designing the bridge and of the history of designing the tramway track.

Slides projected during the presentation are also available at our web page by clicking on the following link: BRIDGE ENGINEERING DAYS

On the second day of the Conference (June 11), in the afternoon, a mandatory professional upgrade training for bridge designers for the year 2015 was held by MMK (Hungarian Chamber of Engineering) at the venue of the Conference on Bridge Engineering. During this training, in addition to Adrián Horváth, also László Vakarcs and Zoltán Teiter from UVATERV gave a lecture titled „Options of Reconstruction of the Háros Danube Bridge”, using a video to compare crossing over on the old and the new bridge in regard to convenience for passengers. After the break, Miklós Iványi gave a description titled "Reconstruction of the Makó Bridge across River Maros" on the bridge and its foreseen reconstruction.

After the break, Miklós Iványi gave a description titled "Reconstruction of the Makó Bridge across River Maros" on the bridge and its foreseen reconstruction.

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