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Young engineers will be working on the Bridges to Prosperity programme to help build infrastructure to connect people in developing countries, but need the support of the engineering community to help fund this vital work.
B2P collaborates with local partners and communities because local buy-in and ownership is critical to the success of any work we do. We work with all levels of government to understand the need and how we might be part of the solution. Through collaborating regionally, we build capacity.
B2P’s industry partners provide expertise and resources. Our partnership program provides employees opportunities for team-building and leadership development through a life-changing experience.
The challenges of working in remote communities are unlike anything our industry partners face in their day-to-day jobs. The expertise and drive they bring to finish a bridge is unparalleled.
As leading bridge builders in the international development space, B2P designs, builds and maintains durable and environmentally sustainable bridges that provide safe access for generations.
It has spent years perfecting bridge designs and sustainable construction models, so engineers can work in any country efficiently and effectively.
All of the bridges are designed to be resilient to extreme weather events, with locally sourced and donated materials.
Professionals from around the world volunteer their time and resources to return to project communities, inspecting footbridges and providing support for upkeep.
Local residents also commit to maintain and inspect the bridge, and are trained to do so.
If you'd like to help fund the Kazabe bridge project, you can do so here: https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/kazabe
For more information, contact Oliver Stross (project manager of the Kazabe Footbridge) or Ian Firth (Consultant at COWI and chairman of Bridges to Prosperity UK).
> Northern Ireland civil engineers connect communities with bridge in Rwanda