Historic Bridge Renovation
Historic Bridge Renovation

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Project Details

Project: Cantilever Footpath Strengthening and Bridge Repairs

Client: Northumbria County Council

Contract Duration: 4 weeks

Scope of Work: Stone repairs, bridge deck strengthening and heat resistant coatings

Extensive damage was caused to this bridge by the floods in 2014, Eals Bridge near Hexham (Northumberland) was originally built in 1704 and has had many refurbishments over the years.

CCUK were part of a major repair scheme including civil build and structural works, Carbon fibre strengthening was also carried out to the cantilever footpaths to increase accidental load capacity to 40T.

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