The Viaduct Léon Blum (former Viaduct des Rocs) overlooks the Poitiers railway station and is integrated into its environment by its minimal footprint. Its functionality makes it possible to promote public transport, intended for city buses, pedestrians and bicycles, and in the medium term, for tramways on tires. This project fits fully into the context of energy transition by favouring soft travel modes in order to strengthen multimodality.
Length – 330 m – 1082.6 ft | Width – 14.50 m – 47.6 ft | Width max. 19.50 m – 64 ft.
Mandate: Design and development of the Viaduct des Rocs, development of the geometric model, parametrization and iterative analysis of the evolutionary structure, development of principles of assembly and prefabrication.
Role: Architecte working in collaboration with lead engineer firm RFR ingérnieurs.