Heroes from Region 2 battled through six inches of heavy snowfall and sub-zero temperatures on the coldest weekend in February 2012 to install two footbridges over a railway and the River Rother in Sheffield.
The operation included a full rail closure, so the team had to complete the job on time in order to reopen the railway on Monday morning. The bridges formed part of a pedestrian footpath and cyclepath constructed for Sheffield City Council. The contract was worth £1.1m.
The work attracted a small crowd of onlookers on Sunday morning and the professionalism of the guys on site led one woman to call Head Office the next morning to congratulate Jackson on doing such a wonderful job! Well done to all the guys involved.