Saint-Gobain brands provided their expertise and materials to the construction of the Queensferry Crossing, the 2.7km long bridge linking Edinburgh and Fife.
The Crossing is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. Saint-Gobain brands Leca and Frazer contributed to work at the entry and exit points of the structure to connect it to the existing road network.
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Due to soft peat, underlying alluvial materials and potential environmental issues Leca applied a tailormade solution to the project, avoiding the traditional route of a conventional fill for Lightweight Aggregate (LWA). This approach minimised post-construction settlement and differential settlement issues.
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