The Kings Arms Pedestrian swing bridge is a replacement manually actuated steel and timber swing bring in Exeter docks.
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As part of the rejuvenation of the Sankey Canal running alongside the north side of the Mersey, Eadon design a manually operated swing bridge as a replacement of a fixed timber bridge used for maintenance vehicles and pedestrian access. The new...
The Greenwich Reach pedestrian swing bridge, London, is an award winning swing bridge.
The Danish city of Copenhagen has many opening bridges due to its low lying nature and its active waterways. The Lille Langebro (Little Long bridge) pedestrian and cycle double swing bridge is the latest addition to the Copenhagen waterfront. The...
Merchant Square Fan Bridge is an award winning pedestrian opening bridge at Paddington Basin.
Eadon Consulting’s extensive experience of moving bridges was called upon to carry out a Category 3 check of the mechanism for a new bascule bridge to be installed in South Korea. The bridge has a nose span of 31m and is 24m wide carrying 6 lanes of traffic.
The Twin Sails Bridge, Poole Harbour officially opened to vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists on the 4th April 2012. Eadon staff have been involved with the project since its inception in 2002 when the competition was originally won. Eadon has helped the main contractor Hochtief Construction (UK) with the delivery of the mechanical, electrical and hydraulic equipment for this unique double bascule bridge.
We worked with Davies Maguire to produce the outline design for the Leamouth vertical lift bridge.
This small, manually operated bridge is the smallest we’ve ever worked on.
Selby Swing Bridge has undergone an extensive structural refurbishment as part of Network Rail’s programme of upgrade works. Initially prompted by inconsistencies with the bridges rotating span, Eadon Consulting were approached by Pell Frischmann to develop an understanding of the issues which were leading to fundamental impediments to the bridge’s function.