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DEAL is a world leader in the field of specialized equipment for bridge and viaduct construction, all associated engineering services and technical assistance. Our customized and innovative solutions have been used in the construction of over 7 million sqm of decks all over the world

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Saudi Arabia

Located in the middle of the Najd Plateau, the Wadi Hanifa is the longest and most important valley of the KSA, running for 120 km from north to south, cutting through the capital of the country, Riyadh.

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Colombia

The Gran Manglar Viaduct is part of the project for the construction of the Cartagena de Indias e Barranquilla highway. The viaduct is 3.7 km long and crosses the Cienaga de Tesca lagoon. For the construction of the viaduct a top-down construction method has been chosen.

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USA

A special custom-built equipment has been used to create a large plaza above the rail metro lines in Manhattan.

To close the gap in the middle of downtown New York Gruppo de Eccher developed an innovative solution to precast, transport and launch the plaza deck.

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May 18, 2019
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Rapid Transportation System, Honolulu, USA While we are running fast with our conventional launching gantry, in Honolulu for the Rapid Transportation System, we are ready to start the load test of one of the two articulated equipment. As it minimizes the “right of way”, the articulated gantry is particularly suggested on highly populated urban area and along an alignment having very tight curves. Our mission is safety and reliability, therefore we do not use hinges on the main structure to supports the span under assembling.
May 17, 2019
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Il Paese Sera 22 h · A Doha, in Qatar, dopo sei anni di lavori è stata inaugurata la nuova metro 🚆🚆🇧🇭 👇 ---------------------------------------------- METRO QATAR di Linda Dorigo Quaranta chilometri di linea rossa a elevata automazione, tredici stazioni servite a una velocità di 100 chilometri orari e tre classi di compartimenti. La nuova metro di #Doha, in #Qatar, è stata inaugurata ieri dopo sei anni di lavori in vista dei mondiali di calcio del 2022. La linea rossa, che corre lungo la costa dal distretto di al-Qassar nella capitale nella città meridionale di al-Wakrah, è solo la prima di tre, che verranno realizzate entro il 2020. Il paese punta a gestire 75 treni, completare altre 37 stazioni oltre alle linee verde e oro. Una seconda fase dei lavori includerà la linea blu e ulteriori 60 stazioni da realizzare entro il 2026. Un biglietto di sola andata in un scompartimento standard costa due Riyals (circa 50 centesimi) mentre uno di prima classe dieci (circa 2,50€). Il tempo totale di attraversamento da al-Qassar a al-Wakrah è di circa 35 minuti. Nei pressi di quest’ultimo capolinea è situato uno degli otto stadi di calcio che ospiteranno la World Cup con una capacità di 40mila posti. Gli altri sette sono lo stadio internazionale Khalifa costruito nel 1976, il Lusail, quello di Al Bayt, l’Education City all’interno del complesso universitario, il secondo in ordine di grandezza Al Rayyan, e infine Al Thumama e Ras Aboud. «La coppa del mondo in Russia è stata la migliore di sempre – ha commentato il presidente della FIFA Gianni Infantino durante i sopralluoghi a Doha avvenuti a ottobre scorso – e quella del 2022 deve essere ancora meglio». I presupposti ci sono tutti, e i lavori di quella che è la più importante opera pubblica qatariota hanno visto la partecipazione di due compagnie italiane, la Salini Impregilo e la Rizzani De Eccher. La prima si è aggiudicata il premio Qatar Sustainability Awards 2017 nella categoria Best Green Building Contractor per il progetto della linea rossa. In Qatar Salini è coinvolta anche nella realizzazione del complesso sportivo Al Khor, sempre per i campionati mondiali. La Rizzani De Eccher è impegnata nel completamento della linea rossa nord e della stazione adiacente all’aeroporto Hamad, due commesse dal valore di 900 milioni di dollari.
May 10, 2019
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Roskilde, Fredesikssund Bridge, Denmark Last segment at the Fredesikssund Bridge! RBAI JV (Rizzani de Eccher, Besix and Acciona) has completed in just 19 months the construction of the deck of the Crown Princess Mary's for the Roskilde Fjord Link. Deal supplied all specialized casting and erection equipment as well as the engineering services.
May 03, 2019
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May 02, 2019
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May 02, 2019
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Corpus Christi, Texas USA New Harbor Bridge Project live on the news
April 18, 2019
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El Ain El Sokhna, Egypt Innovative solutions for underwater pipe laying in the construction of Supercritical Thermal Power Plant. The new El Ain Sokhna Supercritical Thermal Power Plant, located 50km South of Suez City, consists of 2x650 MW steam power plant for strengthening and interconnection of the Egyptian Power System. Cooling waters for the plant are sucked by 3 off-shore parallel pipe lines of 3m nominal diameter offshore intake GRP pipes stretching over a kilometre into the Red Sea. These have an approximate length of 1,200m and are designed for a flow rate of about 17 m3/sec. The intake pipes are located both onshore and offshore: those below the sea bottom are positioned on a trench, surrounded by a granular backfill, a filter layer and covered by a rip-rap layer. The SeaHorse was designed for a precise installation and accommodation of the offshore GRP pipe lines of length and dimeter of 36m and 3m respectively; the equipment drastically reduces underwater pipe laying and installation activities that would otherwise be carried out with crawler cranes positioned on barges, guided by a crew of divers working in a very low visibility environment. The apparatus mainly consists of a steel frame supporting the 36m long pipe that can be positioned with particular precision inside the previously excavated trench. A system of hydraulic jacks, managed by a control station on barge and hydraulically powered by an umbilical pipe on reel, allows the very accurate positioning and the connection with previously laid sections.
April 11, 2019
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RA-167 Jamal Abdul Nasser Street Project, Kuwait Yesterday night we carried out the erection of the last segment out of 8450 units in this ambitious work. Congratulation to all people involved in the several stages for the achievement of this amazing milestone!
April 02, 2019
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Port of Genoa, Italy DEAL continues to expand its reach into other fields: port operations and bulk materials handling A perfect example is the supply of a Bulk Materials Hopper for a port operator client in Genoa. Notwithstanding the completely new operating environment, DEAL has stuck to its trademark approach of first understanding the client’s specific requirements and then work out the solution that perfectly serves such requirements. In this case, the process required a detailed study of the loading and unloading operations and the knowledge of the different materials handled, in order to define the ideal point of convergence between costs, efficiency and reliability, while ensuring the maximum level of safety at all times. The hopper was developed in close cooperation with the client, who provided continuous inputs and feedback. All equipment functions are remote-controlled by means of a sophisticated electronic system, connected to the controlling system of other equipment working simultaneously. The commissioning of the hopper took time to allow for the fine-tuning of all the functions and operations, resulting in a perfectly integrated system capable of controlling, monitoring and recording all the loading and unloading operation. Client: Terminal Rinfuse Italia Spa Deal supply: Hopper Unloading Capacity: 1000 ton/h Span length: 28.4 m
March 29, 2019
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Projects worldwide

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AFGHANISTAN
ALGERIA
ANGOLA
ARABIA SAUDITA
AZERBAIJAN
BAHRAIN
CAMERUN
CANADA
CIAD
CILE
CINA
CIPRO
COREA DEL SUD
COLOMBIA
CROAZIA
EAU
EL SALVADOR
FILIPPINE
FRANCIA
GIAMAICA
GIAPPONE
GRECIA
GHANA
HONDURAS
HONG KONG
INDONESIA
ITALIA
KAZAKHSTAN
KUWAIT
LIBANO
LIBIA
MACEDONIA
MADAGASCAR
MALESIA
MESSICO
NIGERIA
OLANDA
OMAN
PANAMA
PORTORICO
QATAR
REGNO UNITO
ROMANIA
RUSSIA
SANTO DOMINGO
SENEGAL
SINGAPORE
SPAGNA
SVIZZERA
TAILANDIA
TAIWAN
TAJIKISTAN
TURCHIA
UGANDA
UCRAINA
USA
VIETNAM

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