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Up the junction

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

Clad in Cor-Ten

In this article Valerie and John Winter describe the house they designed for themselves and their family. It is interesting as being the first application of …

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 …

Commercial success stories

A steel-framed solution is the tried and tested method for creating high-rise and cost-effective commercial schemes throughout the UK. London has traditionally …

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. …

Contract awarded for A19 flyover

Forming part of Highways England’s A19 Testo’s Junction Improvement Scheme, Cleveland Bridge has been awarded the contract to install a new 141.4m-long …

Complex crossing

The successful installation of a five-span bridge across the River Witham in Lincolnshire is testament to the capabilities of the project engineers and the …

Lincolnshire bridge approved by Tees Valley Mayor

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen has given his seal of approval to one of the latest steel structures being manufactured at Cleveland Bridge UK. The Mayor signed …

Historic link restored

For the first time in more than 500 years, the two halves of Tintagel Castle have been reconnected after the installation of a new steel footbridge. Perched on …

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