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IT'S A DOG'S LIFE: British Construction Industry Awards judges' busy schedule last week took in seven site visits including Black Dog Hill Bridge near Calne, Wiltshire. This unusual, laminated timber, arch-cum-flitched-beam structure carries Route 4 of the National Cycle Network over the busy A4 trunk road at the site of a long dismantled railway bridge. Design engineer Mark Lovell (second left) explained the mechanics of the landmark bridge to the client North Wiltshire District Council's representative Jack Konynenburg (second right) and members of the judging team (from left): David Helsen (awards co-ordinator), Bridghe Forde and Peter Andrews. For more on the BCIA go to www. bciawards. org. uk

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