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Barford Bypass Bridge

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Barford Bypass Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
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County
Warwickshire
Highway Authority
National Highways
Opening Date
February 2007
Contractor
Rowecord Engineering
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Girder Bridge
Length:  120m (393 ft 8 in)
On road(s)
A429
Crossings related to the A429
The name of this Junction / Bridge may not be accurate because
Name seems doubtful

Barford Bypass Bridge is a road where the A429 crosses the River Avon near Barford. This road runs from Chippenham to Coventry.

It is a 120m four span beam and concrete deck bridge, fabricated and erected by Rowecord Engineering. It consisted of 350 tonnes of steel, with girders sitting on reinforced concrete supports across the river and floodplain to the north-west of the village. The adjacent banks were totally sodden and so temporary hardstanding was put down to support the plant equipment for the piling operation.

An 800 tonne crawler crane was used to lift the main span since this type spread the load better than a telescopic crane with outriggers.






Barford Bypass Bridge
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Crossings of the River Avon and Tributaries
AvonWelford Bridge • A14 Bridge • M1 Catthorpe Viaduct • Dow Bridge • Old A426 Bridge • Rugby Western Relief Road Bridge • Bretford Bridge • Ryton Bridge • Stare Bridge • Chesford Bridge • Portobello Bridge • Castle Bridge (Warwick) • M40 Longbridge • Barford Bypass Bridge • Clopton Bridge • Seven Meadows Bridge • Bidford-on-Avon Bridge • Simon de Montfort Bridge • Abbey Bridge (Evesham) • Pershore Bridge • Eckington Bridge • M5 Bredon Bridge • Beaufort Bridge
LeamAdelaide Bridge • Victoria Bridge • Willes Bridge • Hunningham Bridge • Marton Bridge • Birdingbury Bridge • Thurlaston Bridge • Miry Bridge


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