CELTIC MANOR BRIDGE
Construction of a 200m inland Surf Lake using ground-breaking Wavegarden cove technology – the first of its kind in the UK. This exciting facility will generate up to 1,000 quality waves per hours, ranging from 50cm (1.7ft) to almost 2m (6.5ft) in height.
The new build also includes an education centre for schools and colleges, a café and bar, a surf shop. There’s also external works for landscaped gardens and car parks
Client - celtic manor resort
value - £1.7m
duration - 30 weeks
complex planning conditions
award winning project
Engineer - Opus
Surveyor - Cat 3 Design
A landmark structure forming part of the impressive Ryder Cup Championship course.
The bridge was designed as a ‘rod stayed’ bridge with a main span of 95-metres and two end spans of 15-metres and is 160-tonnes in weight.
The deck supports a 4.2m wide carriageway to accommodate both pedestrian and lightweight maintenance vehicles.
A six-metre environmental exclusion zone was maintained along each river bank.
WINNER: LABC Award for Large Commercial and Infrastructure Project.
Form of Contract - NEC3