Construction of "catwalk" continues on 1915 Çanakkale Bridge

The construction of the platform where workers will work on the 1915 Çanakkale Bridge, which has a unique architecture with its colors, figures and other features, continues.

The construction of the 1915 Çanakkale Bridge, which will receive the title of "the world's largest middle span suspension bridge" when it is put into service, continues.

As Göver Çelik, the project, where we are the supplier of lifting and pulling equipment, continues at full speed.

In the works that continue over the ropes connecting both sides for the first time, the "catwalk", which is one of the most important points for bridge construction, is being built.

The catwalk, which is a working platform, is important in construction works as it provides the opportunity to work on it for the workers who work here.
With the cat road to be built on the bridge, it is planned to accelerate the work on the European and Asian sides of the sea.

Each design has a different meaning
Bridge Design tact with both feet range of knitted, 1915 the Republic of Turkey was planned as anlamlandırılarak organizations with the 100th anniversary of 2023 meters.

Tower connections and elements of the bridge will be in red and white, referring to the Turkish flag. The upper part of the 333-meter-high towers on both sides will also be made to represent the cannonball that Seyit Onbaşi drove into the barrel during the Çanakkale Wars.

The total length of the first suspension bridge of the Dardanelles will reach 4,608 meters, with a middle span of 2023 meters, side spans of 770 meters, and approach viaducts of 365 and 680 meters.

It is planned to be put into service on March 18, 2022.
The deck of the bridge, which will serve with "2x3" lanes, will be 45.06 meters wide and 3.5 meters high. The walkways to be built on both sides of the deck will be used for maintenance and repair.

As Göver Çelik Halat, we will continue to bear the justified pride and responsibility of supplying all lifting and pulling equipment for the 1915 Çanakkale Bridge.