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Eastern Gateway

Huge quantities of steelwork and vast amounts of earthmoving are involved in the creation of one of the UK’s first inland ports, which will offer half a …

Two bridges installed in 11 hours on A14 upgrade scheme

Forming part of Highways England’s A14 Huntingdon to Cambridge Improvement Scheme, Cleveland Bridge installed two 1,050t bridges in just 11 hours. Known as …

Award: London Bridge Station

London Bridge Station has undergone a stunning transformation that has delivered a better connection between London’s home counties and an increase in …

Commendation: Approach Viaduct South, Queensferry Crossing

Opened in August 2017, Transport Scotland’s Queensferry Crossing is both the UK’s tallest bridge and the world’s longest three-tower, cable-stayed …

News in Brief: October 2018

Steelwork contractor William Hare has reported a 10% sales rise to £158M for the year ending 31 December 2017. The company also revealed a turnover of …

Bridges improve major artery

A steelwork contractor’s expertise has enabled challenging crossings to be erected safely, accurately and on time for the A14 improvement scheme. Highways …

Bridge links city bypass

Forming an important part of the Lincoln A15 Eastern Bypass, a weathering steel bridge carrying two railway lines has been successfully installed. Covering a …

Cleveland Bridge opens Newport office

Steelwork contractor Cleveland Bridge is to open a South Wales office in Newport that will deliver sales, design, engineering and project management functions, …

Steelwork contractor increases capacity

Cleveland Bridge said it has increased production capacity with an investment in a new production line, which includes specialist equipment to cut steel plate. …

Challenges rising on President’s watch

Meeting the challenges of continuous change and uncertainty is the day-to-day business of senior management, but new BCSA President Tim Outteridge is becoming …

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