Engineering Design Consultants

Bridges

Eadon Consulting offer concept and detail design of machinery for fixed and moving bridges, including swing bridges, bascule bridges and lift bridges. Our bespoke design solutions ensure that the architectural impact of the concept is maintained, whilst also producing a solution that is cost effective to implement. Eadon's design process ensures that the solution is reliable and facilitates future maintenance and repair.

Our experience of designing mechanical equipment, coupled with our knowledge of hydraulics and electrical control systems enables us to develop and evaluate systems as a whole. This is in contrast to the single-disciplined approach normally offered by consultants. Combining this with our ability to produce detailed manufacturing drawings along with our experience of manufacture and on-site commissioning, we are able to offer a complete service from initial concept through to the final delivered project.

We can design fixed and moving bridges for pedestrians and cycleways utilising steel and/or timber construction. Our experience of combining different materials and manufacturing techniques enables us to deliver a solution that meets the architectural aesthetics required by the client in the most cost effective way.

We are able to provide assistance from concept through to detailed design, as well as helping to project manage the manufacture and installation. Our flexible approach means that we are able to work with the client, structural consultants or manufacturers, tailoring our role and services provided as required.

For more information regarding our moving bridge design services or to discuss your bridge or footbridge requirements, please telephone 0114 399 0400 or email us.

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