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Mitie Lindsay has spent three months erecting two temporary access platforms running the entire 560 m length of the Tamar Bridge between Devon and Cornwall. The platforms will enable main contractor Cleveland Bridge to carry out a £23.5 million strengthening and widening contract. Consulting engineer Hyder Special Structures has produced plans to replace the 150 mm-thick concrete deck with a lighter steel version.