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Building in existing structures

In the heart of London, on the Greenwich Peninsula, the new Boord Street Footbridge is a successful example of modern construction. The use of high-quality architectural mesh has not only significantly improved the aesthetics of the bridge, but also its functionality.

The Boord Street Footbridge, designed by renowned dRMM Architects and realised on behalf of Transport for London (TfL), connects key walking and cycling routes across the Greenwich Peninsula. Completed in 2024, the bridge replaces an older structure and adapts to the new requirements of the A102 road layout. The project involved the installation of a total of 1,390 m² of architectural mesh for the bridge's parapet. The use of DOKAWELL-MONO 3021 metal wire mesh is an optimal solution that fulfils both functional and aesthetic requirements.

For more information about this project, please visit our project page.


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