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Nuttall in May

UK CONTRACTOR Edmund Nuttall will be showing off its overseas capabilities.

The firm recently won the contract to design and build the ú68M ($112M) Bhairab Bridge across the Meghna river in Bangladesh.

River training is being carried out to tame the river's swirling torrents.

Piers for the eight span 880m bridge are designed to withstand scour to a depth below riverbed of 39m. Contract duration is 33 months.

Nuttall is also working on a new terminal building for Zimbabwe's capital Harare.

Projects in Egypt and Ghana will also be featured in the display.

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