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FACT FILEA19 Testo’s Junction Improvement Scheme, Tyne and WearMain client: Highways EnglandMain contractor: CostainStructural engineer: JacobsSteelwork …

News in Brief: January 2021

Ambitious plans to deliver a high-level pedestrian and cycle bridge across the River Wear in Sunderland are expected to get the go-ahead. Featuring creative …

Weathering steel checks in for airport bridge

The innate beauty of weathering steel meant it was the material of choice for a new pedestrian and cycle link to Airport City Manchester. A significant …

First HS2 bridge installed over M42

Contractors working on the HS2 railway have installed a 65m-long bridge, spanning the width of the M42, in just two days and ahead of schedule. Representing …

Bridge to Newhaven port successfully installed

Cleveland Bridge has installed a new three-span steel composite bridge as part of the Newhaven Port Access Road scheme. Requiring an overall steel tonnage of …

Approval granted for Lowestoft crossing

Suffolk County Council’s ambition to build a third crossing in Lowestoft has received a significant boost after its planning application was approved by the …

UK’s biggest road project opens ahead of schedule

The A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon scheme, said to be Britain’s biggest road-building project has opened for traffic eight months ahead of schedule. The £1.5bn …

Bridge to Newhaven port successfully installed

Cleveland Bridge has installed a new three-span steel composite bridge as part of the Newhaven Port Access Road scheme. Requiring an overall steel tonnage of …

Stands bowled by steel

Structural steelwork is playing an integral part in MCC’s masterplan to redevelop its historic Lord’s Cricket Ground. Martin Cooper reports on the first …

Jamestown’s safety and people strategy

Building on the foundations of a strong performance through 2019, Jamestown continues to invest in both plant and people as it pushes forward into 2020. …

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