Monday 6 February 2012


Rhinoceros start work today on the blast cleaning and repainting of the Queen Elizabeth bridge in Belfast. The work is scheduled to be completed by early April in time for the centenary celebrations for the Titanic. The Titanic was built in Belfast not far from this bridge. The client is the DRD Roads Service and the principal contractor is Graham Structural Solutions. The naturally occurring mineral, Olivine, is being used as the blast abrasive to minimise any environmental risks. The bridge has been scaffolded and encapsulated by the main contractor to prevent any contamination of the environment. 

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