State of the art technology was used when repairing the Kamyshinsky Bridge.
The first ever bridge from composite materials has been put up in St. Petersburg. The state of the art technology was implemented to repair the Kamyshinsky Bridge over the Lubya River, a spokesperson for the bridge maintenance and repair company Mostotrest told Saint-Petersburg TV Channel.
The span structure weigh just 16 tons, which made it possible to use one crane only to mount it. Composite materials are resistant to corrosion and temperature changes, so the bridge will require repairing again in 50 years.
The maintenance works are scheduled for completion by the end of May.