Highways England’s decision to infill a masonry arched bridge in Cumbria rather than repair it has drawn strong criticism from the readers of New Civil Engineer.
The Gary McKenzie Training and Examination Centre, an Institute of Corrosion (ICorr) approved training and test centre for cathodic protection in reinforced concrete, on-land (buried), and marine metallic structures was…
Ineos has been fined £400,000 after a leak from a corroded pipe created a huge explosive gas cloud over the Scottish oil port of Grangemouth.
Construction work has begun on a key bridge of the High Speed 2 (HS2) project, New Civil Engineer reports.
A complex upgrade to the Tamar Bridge, that links Saltash, Cornwall with Plymouth, Devon is set to begin in April.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is pushing ahead with controversial plans for a bridge or tunnel across the Irish Sea, according to a report on the BBC News website.
The world’s first iron bridge was built across the River Severn near Telford, designed by architect Thomas Farnolls Pritchard of Shrewsbury.
Corrosion can cause serious damage to all kinds of structures and it can lead to expensive repairs if it is left too long without action being taken.
Here is why bridges are prone to corrosion and what can be done to mitigate or slow its progression.
Because of an ancient maritime by-law, a bale of straw is to hang over Wandsworth Bridge as scaffolding is erected over the middle span of the bridge.