Josef Eberle Bridge

The Josef-Eberle-Bridge is an important link in the medieval town centre of Rottenburg am Neckar. The bridge’s construction swings elegantly over the river as a three-span element made of reinforced concrete. The bridge body consists of prestressed concrete slabs up to 60 cm thick.

Important Link in the Medieval City Centre

The cross-section tapers towards the edges of the bridge and the abutments. The very low construction height for the superstructure of the bridge was achieved by using state-of-the-art construction technologies and prestressed concrete with high-strength concretes.

Werner Sobek, Stuttgart/Germany

Planning time
2007 − 2008

Construction time
2008 − 2010

Services by Werner Sobek

  • General planning (WP 1 − 8 acc. to § 64 HOAI)
  • Design
  • Object planning
  • Structural engineering

City of Rottenburg am Neckar/Germany

Sander & Bastian, Stuttgart/Germany

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