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WEC CCTV manufacture 65 camera masts for Mersey Gateway Project
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WEC CCTV manufacture 65 camera masts for Mersey Gateway Project

WEC CCTV manufacture 65 camera masts for Mersey Gateway Project

WEC CCTV, a UK manufacturer of camera mounting structures, has supplied 65 specially designed camera masts for the new Mersey Gateway Bridge.

The Lancashire-based specialist secured all three parts of the project to manufacture 9 trolley head masts, 40 tilt over radar masts, and 16 cantilever masts which straddle the highway and mount ANPR cameras.

It took eight months for the company’s highly-skilled team of engineers to complete the project for the Mersey Gateway, which is a multi-million pounds transport scheme between Runcorn and Widnes in Cheshire, England.

WEC CCTV manufacture 65 camera masts for Mersey Gateway Project

The main part of the project was the construction of the toll bridge spanning the River Mersey and the Manchester Ship Canal. The crossing, which opened in October 2017, has three traffic lanes in each direction and provides a much needed link between the towns.

Mike Allison, WEC CCTV Sales Manager, said: “The whole scheme was carried out in line with the project’s tight timescale and specific requirements. This was a fantastic project to be involved with, working alongside some other major companies.”

WEC CCTV is a specialist division of the larger engineering and fabrication company WEC Group Ltd. With over 35 years of expertise in the industry, the company is a world class manufacturer of CCTV poles, towers brackets and associated camera mounting products.

WEC CCTV manufacture 65 camera masts for Mersey Gateway Project

Operating from 600,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing facilities, WEC CCTV work closely with the Highways Agency and are accredited to supply motorway structures in accordance with the National Highway Sector Scheme 6. This involves design, manufacture and installation of structures including traffic signals and camera systems.

The company also recently passed the audit for the accreditation to highways work scheme 19A for painting processes.

The specialist Export team is also once again exhibiting at Intersec, Dubai in 2018 from 21-23 January. You will find the team on stand 1-H21 at the world’s premium trade platform on security and safety.

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Post source : WEC Group Ltd

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Anthony has worked in the construction industry for many years and looks forward to bringing you news and stories on the highways industry from all over the world.

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