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Please note: this event is now fully booked.
This is a walking tour around some of Manchester’s most iconic and interesting bridges. The tour will include a variety of bridges, from 200-year-old railway viaducts to modern cable stay arches.
It will be run by the knowledgeable Brian Duguid, who is Technical Director and Practice Leader for bridges and civil structures at Mott MacDonald.
Be prepared for around an hour’s worth of walking in total, for a tour that will last around 2-2.5 hours. Please wear comfortable shoes and bring a coat as it will still be running if we get some rain! The tour has only 20 places on a first come first served basis, so please sign-up if you want to guarantee your place.
The meeting point will be outside Caffé Nero on Corporation Street at 6pm.
This event has been organised by ICE North West Graduates and Students.
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Brian is Technical Director and Practice Leader for bridges and civil structures at Mott MacDonald. He is a Fellow of the ICE and of the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering. He regularly works on architecturally and historically sensitive structures, as well as large and complex multi-disciplinary projects. He recently acted as Engineering Manager for the civil engineering design of the Ordsall Chord in Manchester, part of a team which received the Major Project Award in 2017 from the Royal Academy of Engineering.
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