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.
Corrosion is a natural process that can deteriorate metal structures and cause costly damage for your business.
A pair of B-listed Romanesque towers that are an iconic part of the Dumfries skyline are currently undergoing repairs that it’s hoped will save the structures and preserve them for the future.
The 83m suspension Infirmary footbridge in Inverness may need to close for public safety, as it’s in need of urgent repairs to the tune of at least £500,000.
When using concrete as a material in construction, it’s important to have an understanding of its intricacies so you can anticipate potential problems in the future.
New research conducted at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand has identified a new material that could be used in bridge engineering and design to significantly reduce the risk…
Work to repaint Creagen Bridge with a corrosion-preventing material on the A828 in Scotland has begun,
A new bridge has been constructed in Genoa to replace the Morandi structure that collapsed in August 2018, following a heavy storm that saw a steel-reinforced concrete cable stay break,…