We have 903 structures in Milton Keynes
The main infrastructure of Milton Keynes 'new town' was constructed between 1969 and 1994 during this time the road network was installed to create our unique 'Grid Road' system and modular grid square estates.
As part of the construction of this network the roads needed to cross existing watercourses. canals, rail lines, trunk roads, motorways and changes in level in the land.
All of the structures were designed and constructed by the 'Milton Keynes Development Corporation' in accordance with standards current at the time, many of these bridges and structures are approaching 50 years old.
The existing structures outside of the designated 'new town' are in place to mainly cross watercourses and in some cases the M1 motorway, some of these structures are of historical importance and designated as scheduled ancient monuments such as 'Tyringham Bridge'.
We also construct and maintain features that contribute to effective drainage and provide flood protection these take the form of culverts and flood defence bunds/attenuation storage.