Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore

Lauren Gray
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Macalloy Tension Bars used to support bridge

Suspended 23 metres above ground (with fog emitted at both ends), and with a glass bottom at the centre of the Canopy Bridge, passengers at the new Jewel Changi Airport in Singapore can enjoy an experience of what it feels like to walk among the clouds. Macalloy supplied a Stainless Steel Tension System, along with a special spherical Duplex Ball, for the suspended pedestrian bridge, inside the Airport. It was a requirement of the designer, and allows movement in the bridge in all directions. Our engineering team designed and engineered the matching nut and seating to go alongside the tension bars and the ball nut that was specified.

Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore
Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore

Macalloy Tension Bars used to support footbridge

Walkway in Jewel Changi Airport

Macalloy supplied a Stainless Steel Tension System, along with a special spherical Duplex Ball, for the suspended pedestrian bridge, inside the Airport.

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