The Flintshire Bridge at night. (c) Lightworks Photography
The Flintshire Bridge on the A548, which offers a 'gateway to Wales' across the Dee Estuary, is one of many globally respected, fully integrated infrastructure and transportation projects designed by Ramboll. MORE HERE
Flintshire Bridge is part of Ford Motor Company's Backbone of Britain advert. The following short YouTube clip shows dozens of vehicles travelling across the bridge with the caption "proud to serve those who serve our nation". The advert highlights Ford's contribution to keeping business in Britain on the move while also demonstrating its latest vehicles for 2019.
Flintshire Bridge carries the A548 over the River Dee in North Wales, UK. The design proposed by our bridge engineers was selected through competition for its aesthetic appeal and economic viability.
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