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Weathering steel links to ease congested junction

More than 4,000t of weathering steel will be used for the construction of four new bridges on the busy A2/A282 junction in north Kent, representing one of the …

Sustainability charter grows

Two more BCSA members, Conder Structures and International Paint, have been successfully audited under the Steel Construction Sustainability Charter. This …

Multi span steel viaduct for M25 junction

The busy M25/A282 junction in north Kent is undergoing a major improvemen which includes widening both roads as well as the adjacent A2, and constructing new …

Contractors sign up to sustainability charter

Sustainability is rapidly moving up the agenda as a procurement issue and increasingly construction clients are looking for companies which operate in a …

Weathering steel for Eden River

As part of the 5km-long A66 Temple Sowerby bypass in Cumbria, Fairfield Mabey, working as Skanska Construction’s steelwork partner for the Highways Agency, …

Steel bridges the valley

The first steel sections of the Rheola Bridge in South Wales have been lifted into position by Fairfield-Mabey. Named after a local pub, the bridge forms an …

New steel decks for multi-span viaduct

More than 2,400t of steelwork is currently being delivered by Fairfield-Mabey to south Cumbria for the refurbishment of the Leven rail viaduct. Taking place …

Kelvin bridged by longest span girder

Main contractor Farrans opted for the most environmentally friendly and cost effective way of constructing a new bridge across Glasgow’s Kelvin River, a …

Bowstring arch brings relief

Fairfield Mabey has completed off-site fabrication of 1,100t of steelwork for a new 140m span bowstring arch bridge on the Porth and Lower Rhondda Fach Relief …

Swale Crossing nears completion

Fairfield-Mabey is close to completing erection of the steel superstructure of the £40M Swale Crossing in Kent. Managing Director Dr Peter Lloyd said the …

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