Zig Zag Bridge
The Frankham Civil Engineering team were successful and awarded the project. The bridge, which also crosses a river and is adjacent to ancient barrows, is part of the Borough’s strategic plans to improve mobility and boost travel to and from the university, by pedestrians and cyclists.
Our team worked with the University and the client in an open and collaborative way to accommodate differing aims and objectives. Progress meetings ensured the client was regularly informed of advancement of tasks and so that the final deliverable took account of client feedback as new information became available. We consulted stakeholders, such as local cycle groups and university staff, to understand how the bridge is currently used and the future usage.
We provided a clear programme and activity schedule for the work we were to undertake. To achieve the timescales and budget outlined from the start, we assembled an experienced team that understood and implemented the tasks in a logical and efficient order.