A COMPANY in Huddersfield is walking tall after its latest project.
CTS Bridges, based in Shepley, has completed a new timber boardwalk for Bradford’s Centenary Square.
The boardwalk, which is more than 100 metres long and almost four metres wide, is part of a major revamp of the square, which also includes the UK’s largest city centre water feature.
CTS completed the boardwalk for main contractor Birse Civils on behalf of its client Bradford City Council.
The revamp of the six-acre park surrounding City Hall in Centenary Square is part one of a 15-year city regeneration project.
The new boardwalk, manufactured in African ekki hardwood timber from sustainable forests and featuring high-grip decking, surrounds the mirror pool which includes fountains and water jets. It is a the latest in a series of prestigious projects for CTS Bridges.
Among previous contracts, the Abbey Road firm has built a viewing platform for a new rose garden at Windsor Great Park and constructed bridges for venues including Alton Towers, Legoland and the London’s O2 Arena.