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The last section of the big blue temporary support truss for London's new Hungerford bridge pedestrian crossing was removed this week, at least on the upstream side. All that remains for contractor Costain/Norwest Holst JV is the fitting of balustrades, furniture and lighting before the white seven span cable stay structure is complete. But the project - designed by consultant WSP and architect Lifschulz Davidson (NCE 12 April 2001) - will not be finished until September because the ...

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