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Steel tops Forth tolls

Cairnhill Structures has recently completed the erection of a new steel canopy over the eight toll booths serving the Forth Road Bridge in Scotland. The canopy …

Bridging the Tees

Cleveland Bridge has nearly reached the halfway stage on its Surtees Bridge replacement project near Darlington. The £3.3M contract, awarded by the Highways …

Bishop’s Bridge opens for traffic

The new £62M Bishop’s Bridge, adjacent to Paddington Station, which crosses 14 rail tracks, two London Underground lines and the Grand Union Canal has been …

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 …

New bridge arch spans the Clyde

Two 500t mobile cranes have lifted the final section of steel arch into place above the River Clyde as work to erect Glasgow’s elegant new Finnieston road …

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 …

Falkirk Wheel gets outstanding award

The Saltire Society has chosen the Falkirk Wheel as the most outstanding civil engineering awards entry in Scotland during the last 25 years. The judges …

Goole swing bridge relieves congestion

Butterley has completed the installation of a new cable-stayed swing bridge at Goole in Yorkshire, which should help to relieve congestion on the A161. The …

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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