Following a photo report issued by Invias National Institute of the Hisgaura Bridge, citizens and authorities have begun to doubt the stability and security that this ambitious work could provide.
Due to the above, the surveillance of the Bucaramanga CCB Chamber was moved to Curos-Málaga Road to conduct an on-site inspection.
Juan Carlos Rincón Liévano, Vice President of Regional Investment Development at CCB, told Vanguardii Liberal that during a tour together with two engineers, "it was found that when the Hisgaura Bridge is reached, there are more questions. we are used to, and here comes the big question of what we should do at this moment to quit peace. "
According to Rincon Liévan, engineers have concluded that although there are no cracks or repairs on the bridge, it is disturbing as the structure is observed on its sides. That is, with a drop that was valued in the Invias report.
For this reason, Vice President for Regional Investment Development, CCB estimated that the national government should be required to take immediate action to mandate a structural audit. The goal is to accept a work of this nature. We can not fail to notice the significant investments that have been made of 100 billion pesos and therefore deserve to be delivered under the best conditions.
In addition, Rincón Liévano said he would ask for information to find out what was happening with load trials because they had not been executed so far and more than two months had passed since the manager completed the construction work.
Today, supervisors and CCB representatives are expected to announce the request and concerns that occurred during the visit of the national government.
Interventory spoke of the decline
Vanguardia Liberal has tried several times to communicate with the ETA, which is in charge of the Hisgaura Intervention Bridge, to obtain more detailed insights into the bankruptcy that has occurred. Although they did not respond to the challenges, in a radial interview, experts explained that these sinuosities are normal, which occur at cable bridges such as Hisgaura. "This is common in this type of construction, thanks to the flexibility of these bridges. At each stage, the geometry of the board changes and at the end it is actually known when it closes to the center and the cables are strained," said Samuel Montero, an ETA expert. He added that "engineers will understand that the modulus of elasticity of the concrete is very variable, factors such as temperature in the cables and others, cause calculations do not follow the plan."