Innovation In Structural Investigation

Projects: Bridges

Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol, England
Assessment of bridge abutments and towers on Isambard Kingdom Brunel's spectacular bridge.

Ewijk Bridge, Nijmegen, Holland
Evaluation of Dutch road bridge to establish the thickness of the asphalt overlay on the steel bridge deck prior to resurfacing.

Hospital Approach Viaduct, Tripoli, Libya
Investigation to determine the as built construction.

Huntingdon - Godmanchester Old Bridge
Survey to identify general structural arrangement, arch thickness and general condition of Grade 1 Listed bridge, built c. 1297 - 1300.

Khimkinski Bridge, Moscow, Russia
Assessment of condition of deck structure, in particular the upper layer of pre-stressing tendons of reinforced concrete bridge.

Kingston Bridge, Glasgow, Scotland
Investigation to map layout and distribution of tendon ducts and depth of cover in 1970's motorway bridge.

Lanercost Old Bridge, Cumbria, England
Assessment of late C17th two arch masonry bridge to ascertain structural arrangement and condition.

Lefortovski Bridge, Moscow
Investigation of 200 year old five span granite arch bridge over the river Yauza. The purpose of the survey was to establish the structural composition of the bridge arches and to determine their general condition.

M8 Bridges, England
Survey to map location of insitu void formers in concrete motorway bridges.

New Bannockburn Bridge, Scotland
Investigation of Thomas Telford's elaborate masonry arch bridge built in 1819, the inspection was carried out to determine the construction and condition of the bridge.

Nijmegen Bridge, Holland
Condition assessment of bridge and depth of cover to reinforcement.

Ulianovskaya Bridge, Moscow, Russia
Assessment of bridge construction and condition on Moscow's ring road. Assessment of construction and condition of all the major structural elements of a large concrete bridge.

Yarra Bridge, Sydney, Australia
Survey to locate and map tendon ducts on concrete bridge.

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