Subcontractor will make steel girders for both ends of the crossing
Cleveland Bridge has won a multi-million pound steel subcontract on the new £790m Forth Road Bridge.
Cleveland Bridge will make steel girders to support viaducts at both ends of the new crossing.
More than 100 jobs will be created at the Darlington-based firm following the award, the BBC reported.
The steel girders will support viaducts at both ends of the bridge.
Work on the Forth project – being constructed by consortium Forth Crossing Bridge Constructors, comprising Dragados, Hochtief, American Bridge and Morrison Construction – is due to finish in 2016.