For more than 50 years, we have worked within the field of mobility and our bridge design and urban, customised solutions are exported to cities all over the world.
Dissing+Weitling has an extensive portfolio of work within the field of mobility and urban structures, including bridge projects of all types, ranging from carefully articulated pedestrian bridges to seminal, long-span structures.
For several decades, we have contributed to the development of Copenhagen’s transformation towards a more livable, well-connected and green capital. We are exporting our bridge design and Scandinavian integrity to other parts of the world.
We have designed the 23-kilometre large-scale network of footpaths, elevated footpathes and seven footbridges to give residents and visitors in Xiamen access to the nearby nature.
Arup and Dissing+Weitling helped the Government of Canada achieve its objective of creating a world-class icon with a useful lifespan of 125 years, which is almost double the normal standard in Canada.
Already dubbed "the most beautiful bridge in the world" by local residents and engineering aficionados alike, Hålogaland Bridge is unique and immediately recognisable. It is the longest spanning bridge ever built north of the Arctic Circle.