This is a walkway in the maritime-terrestrial zone that establishes the value of this heritage in the area around the Roses lighthouse by a physical route. The scope of the project is limited to the area defined between the Canyelles road and the sea, from the Punta de la Bateria, passing through the meeting point with the coastal path to the lighthouse.
For its construction, a steel structure was built for the walkway and the staircase, covered in wood with beams made of single pieces and laminated profiles, was welded and galvanised in the workshop and bolted in place on site.
The upper part of the staircase is anchored to a new reinforced concrete wall that leaves the concrete exposed. The steel structure’s foundations consist of steel bolts in the form of micropiles using the rock to transmit the loads to the ground, while at the same time being anchored to minimise the action of the waves of the Cala de Roses. The protective railings are made of X-Tend type steel mesh, forming panels between vertical steel supports, with steel cable on the four sides of each panel.
Anchored walkway file here.