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Royal inauguration of the Tintagel Castle Footbridge, Tintagel (UK)
(July 22, 2020)

Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, payed a visit to the historical medieval fortress in Cornwall. They inaugurated the footbridge designed by Ney & Partners and William Matthews Architects. The royal couple was particularly interested in the challenging construction process of the bridge, during which the archaeological site was not to […]

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Load testing of the new Ingelmunster bridge, Ingelmunster BE
(July 7, 2020)

On the new Ingelmunster bridge the traditional loading test will be performed today and tomorrow before opening. 24 fully loaded trucks, good for 600 tons in total, are parked on the bridge in different formations to check the deformations under this test load. If all results are positive, the bridge may be opened for traffic. […]

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Tintagel Castle footbridge nominated for the 2020 regional RIBA Awards (UK)
(June 16, 2020)

Ney & Partners is delighted that this pedestrian bridge has been one of the 77 nominated projects out of 226 entries. The National Prize, the Stirling Prize and the Special Prizes will be awarded in the 2nd half of the year. https://www.ribaj.com/buildings/regional-awards-shortlist-2020-south-west

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World record for the length of prestressed concrete beams in Harbour bridge Ooijen-Wanssum (NL)
(June 11, 2020)

On the 11th and 12th june the world’s longest prestressed prefabricated beams will be installed in for the new bridge over the port of Wanssum. Such an unprecedented length was needed to construct a bridge without intermediate pillars along the canal. With a length of 69 metres, these are the longest pre-stressed beams ever manufactured. The […]

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