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Client : Ministry of Public Highways    
Location : Western Samar and Northern Leyte Provinces
Contract Value : Php 85,000,000.00
Completion Date : July 3, 1974
     Linking Western Samar to Northern Leyte, the San Juanico Bridge is the vitak link in the projected 1,500 km. Pan-Philippine Highway.

     Strecthing 2.16 km., this is the country's longest steel bridge at that time.  Concrete approach roads total 7.62 km. onboth ends of the bridge.  The bridge has abutments founded on steel H-piles.  Piers are rock seated pedestals built by the "Prepakt" method, having single cylindrical shafts and tapered cantilivered copings.

     The superstructure consists of 43 steels spans, the main being 192 meters long.  The bridge has aluminum railings and is illuminated with flourescent mercury vapor lamps.  It provides airway beacon and navigational lights at its center span.