The central pile is the highest in Poland

The Oder bridge is part of the Wroclaw Ring Road, which links the A-4, the future S-5 to Poznan and the S-8 to Warsaw.

The project comprised building a 612-m cable-stayed bridge over the main channel of the river, plus two overpasses, measuring approximately 611 m and 521 m on each side of the river, making a total length of 1.75 km.


The central pile, located on Rędzińska Island in the middle of the river, is 122 m tall, the highest structure of its kind in Poland. The bridge was the first in Poland to be fitted with sensors to detect damage or deterioration in any of its components. 


  • Location: Wroclaw, Poland.
  • Contract type: Construction.
  • Infrastructure: It is a cable-stayed bridge with a length of 612 metres built over the main riverbed, and by two other approach overpasses of 611 and 521 metres in length respectively, located on each side of the Odra River, with a total length of 1.75 kilometres. The central basin, located on Rędzińska Island in the river itself, is 122 metres high and is the highest in Poland.
  • Year of project completion: 2011

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