This more than 1 km-long structure, is part of the railway branch that will reach the Bajo de la Cabezuela wharf, in Puerto Real (Cádiz). ADIF awarded the works to the joint venture formed by the construction companies DRAGADOS and TECSA
The viaduct, where the future freight train will circulate, is made up of 38 spans between 32 and 42 m. These spans are solved by precast beams with a depth between 2.10 and 2.40 m. and a maximum weight of 170 tons.
On these precast beams, precast pre-slabs of lost formwork are placed to later execute the deck.
Both the beams and the pre-slabs have been manufactured at the PACADAR factory in Utrera (Seville).
This project joins the long list of railway viaduct projects carried out by PACADAR, in which once again the precast concrete technology has great application, due to its versatility, high resistance and speed of execution.