26 Jun 2019 7:42am
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Ayer Keroh – Pagoh highway, Malaysia

 

The section Ayer Keroh – Pagoh on the Sermban – Ayer Hitam highway connecting Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia with the state of Singapore. The highway alignment is stretched over marshy areas, crossing many rivers, water flows and open canals. Therefore, numerous embankments were constructed and founded on concrete slabs, 30cm thick, under which timber and concrete piles were driven.

 

Employer
LLM – Ministry for Roads, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Highway section
section length
56,15
km
carriageway width (two traffic lanes and one stopping lane)
23,0
m
central reserve – variable width
3 - 12
m
reinforced concrete carriageway d=23
18,15
km
reinforced concrete carriageway
38,00
km
Main quantities of works
sub-base
320.000
m3
base
260.000
m3
asphalt - concrete
595.000
t
excavation
7,3 x 106
m3
back-filling
4,5 x 106
m3
precast girders (inverted T, I and U profile)
1.510
pcs
pipes Ø 800 mm - Ø 900 mm
5.210
m
piles of various diameters (steel, concrete, reinforced concrete, bakau)
417.000
m
Bridges
up to 65 m span, 22 pcs - length
1.100
m
up to 286 m span, 12 pcs - length
1.400
m
the bridge across the Muar River
334
m

Ayer Keroh



Pagoh