Silverstone race circuit appointed Faircloth to design, manufacture and construct a highway specification bridge over its circuit. The bridge, 40 metres in span was steel framed and had a metal deck, with concrete insitu topping, and a tarmac surface.
Brands Hatch race circuit employed Faircloth to construct a new pedestrian footbridge over the racing circuit. The New Druids Bridge, was designed and manufactured in the Faircloth manufacturing facility to a tight two month deadline to design, manufacture and install the bridge.
Computer Associates, Datchet recruited Faircloth to design and build a 27-metre span vehicle and pedestrian bridge over the property's moat. The bridge, which was manufactured in the Faircloth specialist workshop, has a steel frame with timber decking and a stainless steel hand railing. The project also involved converting the South Gate House and building a new extension to provide an auditorium.