River Mole Bridge

Sector: Highways
Client: Breheny Civil Engineering
Project: River Mole Bridge
Duration: 4th April 2016 to 26th August 2016
Value: £259,738.21

The main structure consists of a new bridge spanning the River Mole. RC elements include pilecaps, wingwalls, a central pier with bearing plinths and radius ends and abutments with bearing shelves and retaining walls. The main span was formed with precast beams, insitu diaphragms, insitu deck topping over GRP permanent formwork and insitu cantilever parapets, the second span was formed with an insitu deck on falsework poured around anchored EPS void formers.

TAG Construction Ltd were responsible for all formwork, reinforcement and concrete elements of the structure, including all temporary works designs and supply of temporary works, void former installation, permanent GRP formwork installation, movement and moment joint installation. The works followed a detailed programme produced by TAG to allow for successful sequential completion of the structure.