Road Bridges - New
Tension Control Bolts Ltd are pleased to support the design and construction of highways and motorway bridges on the road network. We have increased our stock of M24 and M30 diameter weathering assemblies to meet the growing trend for weathering steel bridges.
Tension Control Bolts Ltd have the National Highways Sector Scheme (NHSS) approval for the stocking and distribution activities for mechanical fasteners. See below a selection of new road bridges that have been erected with our Greenkote® and weathering steel bolting assemblies.
A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon
A £1.5billion scheme by Highways England to improve the A14 trunk road between Cambridge and Huntingdon. The aim...
Great Bernera Bridge
The original Bernera Bridge, linking the islands of Great Bernera and Lewis in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides was built in 1953 and is...
Cleveland Bridge UK Ltd have installed TCBs in the bracing connections underneath the structure....
A large quantity of M30 TCBs in the structure have been procured and installed by the....
Metrobus Bridge Bristol
Victor Buyck installed a skew bridge of 153 meters long...
M74 Extension, Glasgow
Cleveland Bridge are erecting 20,000 tonnes of Steel Bridges as part of the new M74 extension into the centre of...
Ironmasters Bridge, Middlesbrough
The North Middlesbrough accessibility scheme was designed to improve links to Riverside Park and Newport areas of...
Haydon Bridge Bypass, Northumberland
The Haydon Bridge by-pass viaduct was erected using weathing steel TCBs by Watson Steel during the summer of...
Weathering Steel TCB's used on Shiremoor Bypass, Newcastle Upon Tyne by Allerton Steel...
Award Winning Highways Agency Bridge on A66
Cleveland Bridge UK working on behalf of the Highways Agency installed a replacement bridge on the A66, crossing...
Clyde Arc, Glasgow
The Finnieston Road bridge or "Clyde Arc" is a 169 metre long bridge four lane road crossing the river Clyde on the west...
A38 Merafield Road Bridge
The previous Merafield Road bridge constructed in the 1960’s was affected by ‘concrete cancer’...