Come and join the team behind the Mersey Gateway Bridge for this follow up presentation covering post construction works and environmental aspects.
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In autumn 2017, the Mersey Gateway Project - a £1.89 billion scheme incorporating a new six-lane toll bridge over the River Mersey - opened to traffic. Consultant Development Surveyor on the Mersey Gateway Projects, Alan Scarisbrick FRICS, tells us more about this pioneering infrastructure scheme and provide an insight into the MGCB's management arrangements now that the Project has entered the operation and maintenance phase.
The MGET is an independent Charitable Trust set up in 2010 to promote the conservation, protection and improvement of the environment across a 1600 hectare area of the upper Mersey Estuary running all the way from Halton's existing Silver Jubilee Bridge, to the Mersey Gateway Bridge and up-river as far as Warrington. MGET's Paul Oldfield will discuss the working of the Trust and innovative ways it adds value beyond that normally associated with large infrastructure projects.
Mersey Gateway Bridge