After three years of grit-blasting, scaffolding and polyethylene wraps, Southwark Bridge has been returned to its original bright colours of green and yellow. More than
Specialist painting contractors have started to erect scaffolding on the final Span of Southwark Bridge.
Industrial painting contractors have now started grit blasting Span 4. Polythene wraps have been applied to the scaffolding, which prevents particles of paint or dust
Industrial painting contractors continue to erect scaffolding around Span 4 on Southwark Bridge. The whole section will be encapsulated with polythene wraps to catch old paintwork
Span 2 of Southwark bridge has now been grit-blasted and repainted. Scaffolding is now being erected around Span 4. You can follow every stage of the restoration
Industrial painting contractors apply the Finish Coat ‘Southwark White’ to the underside of Span 2.
Polythene wraps have now been applied to the east and west sides of Span 2. The generators and compressors have been delivered at Southwark Bridge
Work has now started on erecting scaffolding around Span 2 on Southwark Bridge. The work being carried out is within the existing Traffic Management arrangements.
The polythene wraps and scaffolding have now been removed from Span 5 of Southwark Bridge, revealing its bright colours of green and yellow.
Work continues on removing the polythene wraps from the scaffolding which surrounds span 5 of Southwark Bridge.