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Around the Press – July/August 2011

Construction News 19 May 2011 Dramatic challenges on new BBC studios “Since the BBC decided on this site we have worked closely with its programme-makers to …

Spanning river and rail

Crossing numerous electrified railway lines and the River Clyde respectively, the last two steel bridges for Glasgow’s M74 project have now been …

Around the Press: July/August 2010

The Times  20 May 2010 Get an eyeful of Wenlock and Mandeville (Referring to the Games’ mascots) The London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games hired …

Steel for joined up bridges

Why steel is usually the most suitable material for highway and railway bridges, footbridges and moveable bridges was highlighted at the Steel Bridges …

Launching a viaduct

At 750m long the Port Eglinton Viaduct is the longest bridge on Glasgow’s M74 Completion project. Crossing some of the city’s busiest roads and rail lines, …

Around the Press: February 2010

Financial Times 28 December 2009 Corus chief calls for big spending push in UK Britain should shrug off worries about its huge government deficit and prepare …

Port Eglinton Viaduct on the move

The largest of four steel structures on Glasgow’s M74 Completion project has begun to be erected by steelwork contractor Cleveland Bridge. Known as the Port …

First bridge on new M74 lifted into place

The first of four major steel bridges along the M74 Completion project in Glasgow was lifted into place during August. Known as the M8 Link Bridge, the 232m …

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