The Tancarville Bridge is a suspension bridge that crosses the Seine River and connects Tancarville and Marais-Vernier, near Le Havre. The bridge was completed in 1959 at a cost of 9 billion francs

At the time the Tancarville Bridge was the largest suspension bridge in Europe with a 1,420 Metre span. Today it is still the largest suspension bridge in France and in need of maintenance.

Baudin Chateauneuf recently completed strengthening works connecting the bridge to the piles with M36 Tension Control Bolts.

Greenkote® anti-corrosion protection

Tension Control Bolts Ltd has its own metal coating plant producing an environmentally friendly process called Greenkote®, which is comparable to galvanising, although it is harder wearing and readily accepts all paint systems. Learn more about Greenkote.

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