Why pick this pedestrian bridge?

  • Low fitting costs certified by TÜV-NORD (Germany)
  • Non-anchored fitting
  • capable of handling winds up to force 11 Bft
  • Lifespan of the design is 50 years
  • Manufactured conform NEN-EN 1090
  • Higher efficiency through standardised patented design

NEW: EventBridge Base

By applying a Layher adapter in the main support structure of the bridge, Eventbridge’s firmly executed span is combined with the flexibility of a scaffolding construction. Since the span is the most labour-intensive part of a scaffolding bridge, we hence realize a considerable cost and risk reduction.

Strength through cooperation

In order to supply the best complete product, we cooperate with the best partners, from design right down to production. Design and engineering are carried out by Raadgevend Ingenieursbureau (advisory engineering agency) Movares. The statistical reports that are generated there make obtaining permits significantly easier.

Production is handled by the international industrial enterprise VDL: a reliable partner that can supply the required capacity. Besides that, every stage of the production process is checked thoroughly by TÜV-NORD (Germany).


How the EventBridge concept works

Each separate unit can be used in various ways, all using a single statistical report unit: all possible uses can be fit into a single fixed framework! The bridge is installed from ground level. This allows for a quicker and safer working environment. A unit consists of only nine main construction parts. This means that there are few mounting points, which shortens construction time. The pedestrian bridge can be moved after assembly. This offers unprecedented flexibility during placement of the bridge in combination with the non-anchored fitting on dragline mats and its ‘self-levelling’.

Discover our financial options

EventBridge’s financial options: ranging from buying or buy-back to renting.



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