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Millennium Bridge, River Thames, London: detail of the cable anchorage, with the Tate Modern art gallery behind, at night

RIBA138555
Foster & Partners
NOTES: Tate Modern (formerly Bankside Power Station) was built by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott (1954-1960) with engineers Mott Hay and Anderson. It opened in May 2000 following conversion into and art gallery by Herzog & de Meuron.

Orwell Bridge, near Ipswich, Suffolk

RIBA138571
Frederick Gibberd & Partners
NOTES Orwell Bridges is a concrete box girder bridge, with a central span of 190 metres which, at the time of its construction, was the longest pre-stressed concrete span in use in the UK. The consulting engineers were Sir William Halcrow and Partners. Frederick Gibberd Partners also worked on the project to ensure the bridge was as sympathetic as possible to its surroundings, with the final design winning the approval of the Royal Fine Art Commission.

Lowry Hotel, Salford, with the Trinity Bridge in the foreground

RIBA138593
Consarc Design Group
NOTES: The Trinity Bridge is by Santiago Calatrava (opened 1995).

Lowry Hotel, Salford, with the Trinity Bridge in the foreground

RIBA138594
Consarc Design Group
NOTES: The Trinity Bridge is by Santiago Calatrava (opened 1995).

Trinity Bridge, Salford

RIBA138595
Calatrava, Santiago (1951-)

Trinity Bridge, Salford

RIBA138596
Calatrava, Santiago (1951-)

Orwell Bridge, near Ipswich, Suffolk

RIBA138642
Frederick Gibberd & Partners
NOTES Orwell Bridges is a concrete box girder bridge, with a central span of 190 metres which, at the time of its construction, was the longest pre-stressed concrete span in use in the UK. The consulting engineers were Sir William Halcrow and Partners. Frederick Gibberd Partners also worked on the project to ensure the bridge was as sympathetic as possible to its surroundings, with the final design winning the approval of the Royal Fine Art Commission.
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