Bridge Engineer's Blog

All of these updates can be found in the News section of our website. Here we collect together those items from the Bridge Engineer’s Blog that relate specifically to the Rochester Bridge Refurbishment Project.


Cones, signs and trollies retrieved from river

An important step in the follow-up work for the Rochester Bridge Refurbishment Project has now been completed, with a deep clean of the River Medway’s foreshore. Barriers, street signs and …

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The Rochester Bridge Refurbishment Project was completed on 14th December 2020. It was marked with the illumination of the enhancement lighting on the Old Bridge

Positive interventions see more than £1,000 donated to charity

Positive actions to keep an engineering site safe have resulted in more than £1,000 being donated to a charity supporting the construction community. People involved in the 18-month Rochester Bridge …

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Modern design finds its place in history

We have been pleased to see all the positive comments about the new design on Rochester Esplanade. A lot of thought went into the renovation of the space, and the …

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Major bridge refurbishment finished before Christmas deadline

A multi-million pound refurbishment of Rochester Bridge has been completed on time and on budget despite the challenges posed by Covid-19. The extensive programme of works involved strengthening the structures …

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Trio rewarded for dedication to Rochester Bridge Refurbishment Project

Three people have been presented with one-off Employee of the Project awards in recognition of their hard work towards the Rochester Bridge Refurbishment Project. Stuart Hercus, Principal Engineer, and Awnesh …

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Is there something missing on the Old Bridge?

As an historic structure, owned by a medieval charity, Rochester’s Old Bridge is naturally an object of fascination. Many people love the lions and look out for them as they …

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