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Imperial era until the turn of the century After the pier, which was built in 1878, was no longer sufficient for shipping traffic, the joint stock company "Seebad Heringsdorf" was headed by Dr. Ing. Hugo Delbrück commissioned the planning for a pier, which should overshadow everything that had previously existed. In 1891 the foundation stone was laid, in 1893 the inauguration was celebrated. During one of his stays in Heringsdorf, Kaiser Wilhelm II allowed the corporation to name the pier "Kaiser Wilhelm Bridge". In 1942, the bridge was badly damaged by ice drift, in the winter of 1946 burned by the imprudence of a Russian bridge guard from the bridgehead. The imposing country part with its wooden ornaments fell in 1957 an arson victim. In GDR times, there were already considerations for the reconstruction of the bridge, the project could not be implemented because of the shortage of building materials. Rebuilding After the turnaround, the municipality succeeded in putting a rebuilding of the center of the bathing life in Heringsdorf into operation. In cooperation with Bankhaus Delbrück 1992 private investors could be won, which invested 30 million DM in the construction of the new pier. So the Heringsdorf pier is the only one in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, which was built without the use of government subsidies. On 23rd March 1994 was carried out under large sympathy of the population, the first sod. In only 15 months of construction time, renowned construction companies implemented the design by the architects Sievers, Piatschek and Partner, who took up the formal language of the old pier. The location and size of the pier foundation required special measures. The country building behind the dunes was built with a shallow foundation on footings. The bridge parts in beach and water area needed to be established in deep contrast. These downwardly open tubular steel piles of a jack-up platform from up to 10 meters have been deep into the stable ground. During pile driving divers were deployed to investigate underground obstacles and eliminate. They fought u. A. To wreck debris and large boulders (stones, which brought the Ice Age to northern Germany). The pier as a masterpiece of engineering The pier is 6.30 meters above sea level and is one of the few steel structures of its kind on the Baltic Sea (reinforced concrete buildings are common). At 68 rammed piles are steel single-span beams with 16m span. Piles and winners presented the builders with major logistical challenges: With these barges were brought from Brandenburg to Świnoujście, loaded onto seagoing pontoons and shipped across the Baltic Sea to the construction site. The jetty at the bridgehead is just 1.80 meters above the water level. Six berthing with bollards and sliding strips allow you to create the vessels. Thanks to the solid construction survived the Heringsdorf pier the spring tide in November 1995, in contrast to many others, completely undamaged.