Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro Niemeyer Avenue reopened afer June collapse

In June, Geo-Rio's team was forced to intervene on the site to repair a pipe affecting the drainage system.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The seaside Niemeyer Avenue, which connects the neighborhoods of Leblon and São Conrado in Rio's South Zone, was fully reopened on Monday, September 27. It took over 3 months of works, during which the road was operational solely on a "stop and go" basis.

In June, Geo-Rio's team was forced to intervene on the site to repair a pipe affecting the drainage system.

The damage resulted in a fissure in the roadway and part of the asphalt gave way. The affected stretch was replaced and the road was cleared by 4 PM . . .

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