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Single lane closures on Rochester’s Old Bridge

Motorists are advised there are to be overnight single lane closures on Rochester’s Old Bridge. The works are part of the Rochester Bridge Refurbishment Project, and will be carried out by FM Conway, on behalf of the Rochester Bridge Trust. They include trial investigations and information gathering to ensure the contractor is as informed as […]

Property professional to manage Trust’s estate

One of the country’s oldest charities has expanded to take on a new Chief Estates Officer to manage its property portfolio. Tim Cathcart joins the Rochester Bridge Trust’s senior management team, having previously acted as a professional advisor to the charity. Sue Threader, Bridge Clerk (Chief Executive) to the Trust, welcomed the new recruit: “The […]

Keeping a lid on noise

Everyone involved in the Rochester Bridge Refurbishment Project is committed to showing consideration to the community, and one of the ways we are doing this is by taking measures to… read more →

Bridge refurbishment team’s donation to food bank

A van load of donations has been delivered to Medway Foodbank, courtesy of the people working on the Rochester Bridge Refurbishment Project. The donations – which included food, toiletries and… read more →

Making light of future work with LEDs

This Bridge Engineer’s Blog has shared a number of posts about lighting. We’ve told you about lighting designs and temperature, about the work being done to create the lighting, we’ve even shared the history of lighting on the bridge. So why are we so excited about it? In short, the lighting works are a major […]

Historic charity recognised for commitment to modern construction

An ancient charity has been recognised for its work in improving the image of the modern construction industry. The Rochester Bridge Trust, which has owned and maintained bridges at Rochester… read more →

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