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Renovation begins on 115-year old Newport Transporter Bridge

Steelwork contractor Cleveland Bridge is returning to renovate the Newport Transporter Bridge, a structure it helped to build at the start of the 20th Century. …

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, …

Newport’s steel-framed Friars Walk shopping complex opens

Newport’s multi-million pound new shopping complex has opened its doors to shoppers, in what is seen as a landmark for the South Wales city’s regeneration …

City centre reborn with steel

The large steel-framed Friars Walk development in Newport will create a new retail and leisure destination within a reconfigured city centre. Newport in South …

Newport regeneration in full swing

Steel construction at Newport Friars Walk, a project that will transform the South Wales city centre, is nearing completion with more than 6,000t of structural …

SSDA 2011 – Other finalists

The Point, Lancashire County Cricket Club Lancashire County Cricket Club’s vision, for the Point development at its Old Trafford ground, was to build a 1,000 …

Swinging back into action

One of only eight transporter bridges in the world, Newport’s historic steel landmark recently reopened to the public following a major …

All change at Newport Station

Newport Station in South Wales is currently in the middle of a redevelopment programme with new passenger concourse buildings and footbridges under …

SSDA 2007 – Newport City Footbridge

Linking two banks of the River Usk, this landmark footbridge symbolises the site’s earlier trading heritage. The footbridge over the River Usk at Newport is …

Newport landmark fabrication under way

Rowecord Engineering began fabrication of a new footway and cycle bridge over the River Usk in Newport in mid-August. The £4.9M bridge is set to play a key …

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