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Il 28, 29 e 30 Settembre saremo a Venezia in qualità di sponsor del Congresso del Collegio dei Tecnici dell'Acciaio. I nostri ingegneri saranno presenti ai due giorni di congresso sulle costruzioni antisismiche resilienti, espressive e sostenibili, e parteciperanno ai workshop della sessione speciale.
September 11, 2017
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On the 10th of August 2017, the new cable-stayed bridge has been officially opened in Basra. The new 1,5-kilometres-long bridge crosses Shatt El Arab river in Southern Iraq and consists of a central cable-stayed bridge and two approach viaducts. The centre span reaches 150 meters of height and the two main towers rise 40 meters from the top of the deck, supporting 28 stay cables. TENSA stay cables were installed at the beginning of the launching operations, to permit working in protected conditions. http://www.tensacciai.it/projects/basrah-bridge
September 05, 2017
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TENSA has positively completed a fatigue and tensile test carried out over a 37 strands stay cable provided with a multi-tube saddle type 37TSS-T. Test has been performed at the Politecnico of Milan, structural laboratory LPM, in full compliance with FIB Bulletin 30 (2005), imposing 2 fatigue million cycles and subsequent tensile resistance test, providing a final results in full compliance with acceptance requirements. This test, extremely complex for the set-up needed and dimensions of the testing apparatus, has been developed through more than 2 months and it is a unique test, having no other similar done in the market. This result has a strategical importance in the development and growth of Tensa stay cable system and it is a logical development of the previous one carried out in 2016 over a 7 strands stay cable. Congratulations to the entire working group of the Technical Department for such brilliant result!
August 14, 2017
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Sei mai stato in Madagascar? E ' una terra inesplorata con paesaggi mozzafiato! Qui, abbiamo fornito tutto il sistema di sospensione per il nuovo ponte di Kamoro, migliorando notevolmente la capacità del traffico di quello già esistente - la vecchia carreggiata era di circa 4 m. Leggi il nuovo articolo su Strade&Autostrade (per ora, solo in Italiano)
August 11, 2017
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A great work in a fantastic setting! The 118 mt span bridge is equipped with TENSA stay cables and overhangs a 100 mt deep valley. --- Click here to see more stay-cable bridge projects: https://goo.gl/wNpZC3 video ©studiodemirandaassociati
July 26, 2017
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Welcome to TENSA new UniBlock Joints! With service movements from 40 to 360mm (±20 to ±180mm), and seismic movement up to 1000mm, our new Uniblock Joints respect the ETAG032 and guarantee a design life of 50 years https://goo.gl/uFhtZR
July 03, 2017
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Yesterday inaugurated the new "Ennio Flaiano" bridge over the Pescara river! More info about TENSA supply? -> https://goo.gl/92J887
June 16, 2017
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Gli highlights della tappa di giovedì scorso, con l'intervento di ing. Massa. Un pomeriggio di aggiornamento e formazione, un successo di pubblico ed interesse!
May 12, 2017
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May 08, 2017
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***PTI Design Awards 2017*** Manhattan West Platform has been chosen for the Award of Excellence in the Industrial/Special Applications Category! Discover more at: http://www.tensainternational.com/projects/manhattan-west-development-platform
May 03, 2017
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Giovedì prossimo 4 maggio saremo a Edilportale Tour per presentare la soluzione per la protezione di edifici ad alto valore storico e artistico. Vieni a trovarci!
April 26, 2017
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Il 4 maggio vieni a trovarci alla tappa di Firenze di Edilportale tour. Con ing. Massa, parleremo di dispositivi antisismici e della protezione di edifici ad alto valore storico ed artistico. Ci trovi presso lo stand Unicmi!
April 21, 2017
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BRUNEI – Temburong CC2 Package TENSA has been awarded the contract for the supply of the materials for the post-tensioning of the new Cadangan Projek Jambatan Temburong (Temburong Bridge Project) in Brunei, that will connect the relatively isolated district of Temburong with the more developed Brunei-Muara district. The project is being propelled by the Brunei government to grow Brunei Bay into an international logistics port as well as to promote the balanced national development of Brunei. As the biggest bridge construction project in the history of Brunei, it is expected to cost a total of KRW 2 trillion. Temburong Bridge will connect the Muara region and Temburong region, which flank Brunei Bay. The construction duration is 45 months. The main contractor is Daelim and the superstructure are subcontracted to the Korean company Kwansoo.
April 07, 2017
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IRELAND – N25 New Ross Bypass TENSA has been awarded the contract for the supply and installation of the post-tensioning and cable stays of the Barrow River Crossing in Ireland, a three tower extradosed bridge with its approaches that is part of the construction of the new N25 New Ross Bypass. The landmark River Barrow crossing will connect Pink Point in County Kilkenny and Stokestown in County Wexford. This Extrados type bridge, at 900m, will be the longest bridge in Ireland and the longest bridge of this type in the world. The main contractor is a JV between BAM Civil Ltd and Dragados Ireland Ltd.
April 07, 2017
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March 20, 2017
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TENSA - Your Challenges, Our Solutions live from the 16th WCEE - World Conference on Earthquake Engineering in Santiago, Chile.
January 13, 2017
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From January 9th to 13th you can find us at the 16th WCEE - World Conference on Earthquake Engineering in Santiago, Chile. For more details click on the link below.
January 05, 2017
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December 23, 2016
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New Certificate of Constancy of Performance for our Tens Frame Bending (TFB) devices obtained! Congratulations to all the team members for their hard work!
December 20, 2016
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"Analysis of the structural behaviour of saddle systems for stay cables is complex and involves several co-dependent factors. Tommaso Ciccone, Francesco Moraglia and Andrea Castiglioni explain..." - Bridge Design and Engineering www.bridgeweb.com - Fourth Quarter 2016 pp.64-65
December 19, 2016
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