When Google will build the world’s largest bridge
Google has announced plans to build the largest bridge in the world, but the bridge won’t be built for at least another decade.
Construction on the bridge, which will be built over the Thames between London and Liverpool, is due to begin next year.
The bridge will span around 12 kilometres and will span across London from Northampton to the Isle of Wight.
“The first step in the design and construction of the bridge is to create the foundations for the bridge,” said John Bunn, director of bridge design and engineering at Google.
Google’s new bridge will be a replica of the one that the bridge company built for the 2012 London Olympics, which was completed on time.”
We’ve also built up the relevant geological conditions to ensure the bridge will support the necessary design features.”
Google’s new bridge will be a replica of the one that the bridge company built for the 2012 London Olympics, which was completed on time.
Construction of the new bridge is scheduled to begin in the first half of 2021, and will last until 2027.
The project is expected to cost £2.3bn.