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Suspended bridge at Belgrade Waterfront complex




Belgrade, Serbia

Scaffold system used

Catari US®

Application height

132 m


Located in Serbia, more specifically in Belgrad’s Waterfront, the 40-storey tower, with a total floor area of 47,500 sqm is set to become the biggest building in Serbia.

At 132 m high and completely suspended in the air, this is a small but very complex project. Each bridge is on average 2 m wide and 6 m long, with the highest bridge located at 132 m and the lowest at 118 m.

The project includes a five-star hotel, recreation and sports areas, as well as an observation hall with a panoramic 360-degree view. A local reference for demanding engineering structures, Catari was asked to develop an unusual bridging project that aims to establish connections between a crane and the 168 m high building.

Due to the windy location near the Sava river, safety was a key concern in this project. With support points available due to construction constraints, the ultimate challenge was to find a practical and optimized solution combining the width of the scaffolding with the support points on the crane arms. The bridging was entirely assembled by a trained crew of Catari’s local partner for Serbia, using entirely Catari US®.

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Catari’s local partner

“We had a good experience with Catari’s design. The customer also asked us for some custom parts and they were willing to do it. The technical department and the solutions they have, it’s perfect.”