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A joint venture led by Trafalgar House has completed construction of the two 200m high supporting towers for the £550 million Tsing Ma bridge. Costain and Japanese contractor Matsui used 66,000 cu m of concrete for the two towers, which were topped out last week. In total more than 500,000 cu m of concrete, supplied by computer-controlled batching plants, was used for the towers, piers and anchors.The next stage is for Trafalgar House company Cleveland Structural Engineering to ...

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