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Moxon completes swinging Greenwich bridge

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Moxon has completed this £3.5million swing bridge across the Deptford Creek at Greenwich Reach, south east London

The link, which is backed by developer Galliard Homes and was designed with engineers Flint and Neill, closes one of the last remaining gaps in the Thames Path on the south bank of the river.

Driven open by four electrical drive motors on ‘a slewing ring-bearing system’ usually used on tower cranes, the 44m main span swings across the creek at high tide allowing aggregate barges up river to the local ready-mix batching plant.

Moxon Architects' opening bridge at Deptford Creek, Greenwich, East London

Project data

Architect Moxon
Location confluence of Deptford Creek & River Thames, Central London
Type of project Opening Bridge
Structural engineer Flint and Neill
Client Galliard Homes
Funding Private
Start on site date December 2013
Contract duration 12 months
Gross internal floor area N/A
Form of contract and/or procurement NEC
Total cost £3.5million
M&e consultant Eadon Consulting
Quantity surveyor N/A
Lighting consultant Moxon
Main contractor Raymond Brown
Selected subcontractors and suppliers SHS Structures [Steelwork], Qualter Hall [Mechanisms]

 

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