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Queensferry Crossing (c) Transport Scotland
02 December 2016

Bridge recognised as a Guinness World Record

The Queensferry Crossing is the UK’s tallest bridge, the world’s longest three-tower cable-stayed bridge and made it into the Guinness World Records for being the world’s largest free-standing balanced cantilever.
 

For those not familiar with the Queensferry Crossing it traverses some 2.7km across the Firth of Forth in Scotland. It sits within a magnificent bridge-scape that records three centuries of bridge engineering, the illustrious Forth Bridge, opened in 1890, and the Forth Road Bridge opened in 1964 and the new crossing, to be known as the Queensferry Crossing, which will be open to traffic in 2017.

Quite simply we regard the Queensferry Crossing as one of the most striking architectural icons of the twenty-first century and we are honoured to work on such a project.

If you would like to know more about this fascinating project then try some of the resources below:

 

Further information

 

QFC link to website
Forth Bridges Forum
Latest news and updates
Click here for more
QFC link to NCE article
Queensferry Crossing | Blustery battle
This NCE article reports on progress up to 9 November 2016
Click here for more

Queensferry Crossing deck completion. Courtesy of Transport Scotland
Queensferry Crossing reaches major milestone as main deck is completed
On 3rd February 2017 the final deck section of the Queensferry Crossing was lifted into place, marking the completion of the bridge’s deck span between Lothian and Fife.

Contact

Peter Curran. Ramboll
International Bridge Director
T+44 20 7631 5291
Epeter.curran@ramboll.co.uk
Lars Tørrild Thorbek
Lars Tørrild Thorbek
Project Director, International Bridges
T+45 5161 6713
Eltt@ramboll.dk