Mabey Bridge designs and manufactures railway bridges and bridging solutions for a range of applications including rail infrastructure solutions such as U decks, footbridges, viaducts, landmark bridges and other heavy structural steelwork.
Services include new build and refurbishment:
- High quality steel fabrication
- Deck concreting services and waterproofing
- Protective steelwork treatments
- Installation, including full erection planning
- Complex refurbishment of existing structures
- Heat straightening of damaged or deformed steelwork
- Site Services experise throughout
Mabey Bridge has proven capability in manufacturing, installation and refurbishment of railway bridge structures. From innovative plate girder solutions to more conventional fully welded rail decks, projects range from U Deck bridge replacement to multispan plate girder viaducts.
Mabey Bridge utilise the latest 3D modelling systems to ensure the quality and build ability of all components, feeding information directly into manufacturing process. Click here to read more about our manufacturing skills.
Mabey Bridge Site Services teams collaborate in scheme development, embeding our engineers alongside your own design team to create safe, buildable and cost effective solutions. Mabey Bridge has one of the UK’s largest trial erection yards, an ideal facility to carry out the trial installation of completed structures including bearings, precast concrete cill beams and other ancillary items. This ensures that replacement bridges can be constructed and installed within the allotted possession times with complete confidence.
Logistics planning and transportation are integral to delivering projects on time and Mabey Bridge provides these important services as part of the solutions package.
Mabey Bridge’s commitment to Health & Safety is reflected in an accident frequency rate which is significantly lower than the industry average. Not content with this, Mabey Bridge is continually working to improve its safety performance which is reflected in year on year reductions in AFR.