£19MILLION M8 Footbridge Project Due For Completion In August 2021

11 January, 2020 | News, Active Travel, Public Realm

WORK is due to start on the new pedestrian and cycle bridge over the M8 at Sighthill in March.

Councillors are due to award the £19million contract next week to BAM Nuttall Ltd.

Construction is expected to take more than 70 weeks, with completion due in August 2021.

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The work includes demolition of the existing North Wallace Street footbridge; construction of a new footbridge including wing walls and ramps on both approaches and retaining walls on the south approach.

It also covers landscaping (including a five-year soft landscaping maintenance period); public realm; and demolition of an existing high mast light and construction of two new high mast lights.

The bridge is part of the massive Sighthill regeneration scheme.

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