Architectural mesh for Nottingham Transit

Architectural mesh for Nottingham Transit

As part of a £570m tram extension in Nottingham, Gladstone PC 100/10 pre-crimped woven wire mesh balustrading from The Locker Group was installed on 3 bridges at Fairham Brook, Wilford Toll and Queen's Medical Centre (QMC).

The 62m long, 1,000-tonne steel, bowstring arch QMC bridge forms part of an elevated tram route and makes QMC the only hospital in the country to link to a tram network. The mild steel Gladstone PC 100/10 mesh was hot dipped galvanised prior to installation.

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Locker Group

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The Locker Group has been working in the supply and manufacture of wire mesh for more than 120 years. Originally established in Warrington, UK in 1878, now technology is combined with expertise of all things wire mesh to build close partnerships with...
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