Tenoya, Gran Canaria Island, Spain
371 feet high / 113 meters high
407 foot span / 124 meter span
Construction will be completed in 2013 on the Viaducto Tenoya beam bridge on the island of Gran Canaria. It will be the third bridge on the Spanish island to exceed 328 feet (100 mtrs) in height. The first two were the Cuesta da Silva Viaduct and the Guiniguada Viaduct. Puente Tenoya will be part of a 2.5 mile (4 km) inland spur from the main GC-2 highway that encircles the coastal perimeter of the island. The three main spans measure 407 feet (124 mtrs) with two side spans of 256 feet (78 mtrs). The deck soars more then 371 feet (113 mtrs) above the creek.
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Tenoya Bridge drawing.
Tenoya Viaduct site.
Tenoya Viaduct location site satellite image.
Tenoya Viaduct site location satellite image.