The efforts of 52 local people who volunteer with the Mersey Gateway Project have been recognised at a special awards ceremony.
Mersey Gateway volunteers with members of the Merseylink team at St Marie’s Church in Widnes
The celebration event, organised by construction joint venture Merseylink, took place at St Marie’s Church in Widnes yesterday (Thursday 2 June 2016) during Volunteers’ Week (1-10 June 2016). Read more →
Essential work on the Mersey Gateway Project means the following new road, lane and footpath closures will be in place over the coming days and weeks. Read more →
Construction of the new Mersey Gateway crossing is in full swing as the project enters its third year – and the latest figures show a direct contribution of tens of millions of pounds to the regional economy.
Work has started on the main deck of the new six-lane toll bridge that will link the towns of Runcorn and Widnes, and teams will begin to connect the steel support cables to the deck and upper pylons this summer.
Two innovative schemes set up by bridge builder Merseylink are having a significant impact on the local community.
Since launching the Merseylink Time Bank scheme and the regeneration fund in May 2014, the construction joint venture and its supply chain have provided around £100,000* worth of support to community projects in Halton. Read more →