The striking Beershevas High-Tech Park pedestrian Bridge in Israel

By: Alyn Griffiths 4 September 2016 and Nicky Blackburn OCTOBER 10, 2017

The $25 million footbridge, which is 210 meters long and has 36 varied sections, was commissioned by Beersheva municipality in Israel and designed by Bar Orian Architects. Structural engineers were Rokach Ashkenazi Engineers, and lighting design was by Orly Avron-Alkabes.

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The bridge, which lights up at night, was opened in January 2016 and links Beersheva University railway station in the north of the city with the Gav Yam High Tech Park, which is next door to Ben Gurion University of the Negev.

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