Indian railway is about to Launching of all girders on 555 m long & 100 m tall bridge over Makru river in Manipur successfully.
Indian Railway: this bridge on 110km length, Jiribum-Imphal new line project connecting this beautiful land to Railway network to boost Socio-economic development of the region
NF Railway Construction Organisation has recently achieved a major advancement in constructing first-ever 100-meter tall pier bridge coming up across river Makru in Tamenglong District of Manipur, in Indian Railways.
from the data of Indian railway provided The bridge is a part of Jiribam-Tupul-Imphal new BG line project (111 Km). There are total 47 tunnels in the project. The longest tunnel, Tunnel No 12 with a length of 10.280 Km. will be the longest railway tunnel in the Northeast. watch video below for more details.
Indian railways says The 555 metre long bridge is being constructed across the valley of river Makru in Tamenglong district of Manipur with a pier height of 100 metre. The steel girders are Pre-fabricated in a workshop at Kolkata, transported in segments and erected at site by Cantilever launching scheme which requires very meticulous planning and execution. Indian Railways Engineers have successfully demonstrated their expertise. It is mentioned that during the entire works of open web Girder launching, no bad incidents has occurred.
Despite facing difficult terrain, plagued by poor infrastructure facilities the last Open Web Girder of the Bridge launched successfully on Friday