Built completely from stainless steel, a unique £1.8 million, 200ft bridge links Bristol's Temple Quay harbour with the city centre. The bridge was part of a £200 million regeneration scheme in Bristol.
Made from 2205 duplex stainless steel, the bridge has thousands of tiny holes enabling artificial lights to shine through, giving the bridge a spectacular appearance at night. Duplex stainless steels are used wherever environmental conditions combine with the need for a high load-bearing strength, making duplex a popular choice for bridges.
The longer life span and significantly lower maintenance costs compared to other materials make stainless steel a good choice for bridging the gap!