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Bridge to bring peace to Londonderry

Designs for the Peace Bridge in Derry, Northern Ireland, were unveiled last week.

The £13M Peace Bridge will be the third bridge to cross the River Foyle, and has received funding from the European Union’s PEACE III Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

Designed for pedestrians and cyclists, the bridge will run from behind Guildhall Square on to the former Parade Ground in the former Ebrington Barracks.

The bridge is being designed and constructed by Graham. Architect for the project is Wilkinson Eyre, structural engineer is Faber Maunsell and Rowecord is carrying out the steel fabrication.

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