The first pedestrian only footbridge to be built across the Thames this century, the London Millennium Bridge links St. Paul’s Cathedral and the new Tate Gallery of Modern Art.

This ‘ribbon’ suspension bridge comprises heavy piled foundations, caisson foundations to the two pre-cast concrete river piers, structural steel frame, stainless steel architectural metal work, teak decking, glazed balustrading on the abutment steps and ramp, and an ‘inclinator’ lift allowing disabled access.