“Integrated” Solution and Engineering Application of Assembled Cable-Stayed Pedestrian Landscape Overbridge

Xinrui Shao (Macau Environmental Research Institute, Macau University of Science and Technology, Macau)

Article ID: 1077


The construction of modern cities emphasizes the nature and harmony among the “people”, “things” and “environment”, reflecting the harmony and unity of the formal beauty, functional beauty and surrounding environment of architecture. Based on the introduction of the design concept of the assembled pedestrian overbridge, through the Jianhua Building Materials Group’s frst “pre-fabricated low-rise tower-stayed pedestrian landscape overbridge” project in China, this paper proposes a solution that can improve the landscape design of the overbridge and reduce the construction complexity of the overbridge, the assembly product supply and the construction process “integration” under the premise of ensuring the safety and stability of the pedestrian overbridge, whose prefabricated production and assembly construction, shortening the construction period, reducing energy consumption, reducing pollution, and obtaining good social comprehensive benefts.


Pedestrian landscape overbridge; Assembled type; Integrated scheme

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/frae.v2i3.1077


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