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Safeguarding road and rail with steel

The installation of new steel beams will enhance the safeguarding of a viaduct that carries a busy trunk road over the East Coast Main Line railway. Built in …

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 …

Bridge relief for Kentish town

Mabey Bridge has completed the erection of the first of two bridges it will construct for the 1.4km long Sittingbourne Northern Relief Road in Kent. Spanning …

SSDA 2007 – Bishop’s Bridge Road Bridge, London

Constructing a new bridge over a number of obstacles, including mainline rail, demanded an innovative approach to minimise disruption. This new road bridge was …

SSDA 2007 – Sheppey Crossing, Isle of Sheppey

The construction team of this unobtrusive road bridge successfully dealt with some extremely challenging conditions. The Sheppey Crossing has provided the …

SSDA 2007 – Clyde Arc Bridge, Glasgow

This elegant bridge will aid development of a fast growing area of Glasgow. The judges say this eye-catching structure is thoroughly professional, meets the …

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 …

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 …

Building bridges for east London

A total of ten new steel bridges have been erected as part of the northern extension to the East London Railway. Martin Cooper walks the line from Shoreditch …

New bridge by-passes Barford

Rowecord Engineering has recently completed the fabrication and erection of a 120m–long bridge serving the new Barford bypass in Warwickshire. The structure …

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