Trial pile of Kewatkhali Bridge in Mymensingh, Bangladesh completed

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Recently, the trial pile of the Kewatkhali Bridge in Mymensingh, Bangladesh, was completed.


The project is located in Mymensingh, a city in northern Bangladesh, and is currently the country's largest steel arch bridge in terms of span. The main bridge spans 320 meters in length and 42.15 meters in width, featuring a three-span steel box arch bridge design. Among these spans, the 180-meter main span is a middle-supporting cable-stayed steel arch, demonstrating high construction technology. Serving as a vital link between the northern part of Mymensingh City and the capital city, Dhaka, the bridge will effectively improve local traffic conditions and promote the vibrant development of regional trade and economy.

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