This month we’ve been busy installing bridges in the East of England. First we were in Suffolk installing a 43 metre Bow Warren truss Cycle Bridge over the A14 in Bury St Edmunds. Although the project is known to us as Thingoe Hill, the finished structure (shown above) will be named Malthouse Bridge when it officially opens. This was then followed by an 11m Plate Girder footbridge and stair installation at Weeley Station, Essex. At the end of the month we installed a slightly smaller Bow Warren of 35 metres in length was erected in Sudbury, Suffolk.
Back at Nusteel’s works in Lympne we were pleased to host a visit from our local MP Mr Damien Collins. Mr Collins spent the morning of the 25th April at our works been shown around by our Managing Director (and BCSA President) Ivor Roberts and discussing Nusteels’ experience of the economic downturn.