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Stirling

Bridges

Economical structure for single span bridge requirements with spans of 25 – 80m. The Stirling is a Cable-stayed bridge with a majestic appearance. It consists of stay towers at either one or both ends (depending on the span required). These can be shaped in various ways to create a truly iconic structure. The bridge sections are attached to the towers using either tension rods or cables.

The sections consist of beams below the deck-line. These are similar structure to the Balmoral™ with girder beams, cross members, joists and bracing all making up the superstructure. Balustrades, handrails and kickrails add the final touches to this structure.

Meet the DesignerBy Fleetwood

Our Fleetwood design team at the Hub bring the most value to projects during the feasibility and concept stages because this is when we’ll create prototypes to test materiality and construction techniques to ensure your design aspirations are achieved. And because we care about maintaining the initial design intent, we always carry out projects end-to-end to ensure we deliver the highest quality.

The Design Engineering Hub is a hive of activity because this is where your ideas come to life. Collaborating with landscape architects, urban planners, and artists, everyone here is committed to achieving beautiful design, whether it’s a small bespoke project or a multi-million-dollar installation. Because of our range of in-house expertise, we often take on the principal design leadership role on many projects.