Construction workers from the Mersey Gateway Project are putting their skills to good use this summer by building a brand new community play area in Halton.
West Bank Community Centre in Widnes is being gifted a new outdoor play area – worth approximately £26,500 – by Merseylink and its supply chain. Read more →
Essential work on the Mersey Gateway Project means the following new road, lane and footpath closures will be in place over the coming days and weeks.
A massive concrete pour will take place in the Mersey estuary tonight (Monday 3 August 2015) as construction crews build the south pylon foundations for the Mersey Gateway Bridge.
It is the project’s biggest single concrete pour and will involve pumping around 1,400 cubic metres of concrete into the south cofferdam to form the base of the south pylon. Read more →
Police and the construction team behind the new Mersey Gateway bridge are appealing for youngsters to act safely around Halton’s roads.
Merseylink and Cheshire Police have issued the plea following reports that youngsters have been throwing logs, branches and stones onto some of the area’s busiest roads – putting motorists, workers and themselves at risk.
A massive bridge building machine is being assembled in Widnes, marking another key development for the Mersey Gateway Project.
The specialist construction equipment, known as a self-launching movable scaffolding system (MSS), is being put together at Merseylink’s Catalyst site. Read more →