The Ludwig Bridge
The Ludwig Bridge over the Isar River in Munich was first built at this site over 800 years ago. It consists of two arch structures separated by the Museum Island. Both structures are arch bridges made of reinforced concrete and covered with natural stone.
Water leaking through the stone slabs over the years led to deterioration of the bridge structures. PENEPLUG crystalline waterproofing material was used to immediately stop water pressure leaks; PENETRON was applied to the structure surface to enhance the impermeability of the whole bridge.