Chelsea Bridge, London


The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea approached us
to tender for the repainting and relighting of the world famous
Chelsea Bridge, which dates back to 1858.

Works included the removal of the existing festoon lighting,
cabling and switchgear to allow the paintwork to be stripped,
primed and repainted. New feature lighting was installed.

The project was carried out under direct contract with the
Borough and, as a result of this successful partnership, we also undertook work on Albert Bridge.


Key Facts

Client: Royal Borough of Chelsea &    Kensington

Constultant: Messrs Parkman Westminster London

Painting Subcontractor: CLC Ltd Southampton

Value: £858,000

Start date: January 1997

Completion date: September 1997