The bridge was installed in a night move with a partial road closure between junctions 2 and 3 of the M54. ALE utilised twenty four axles of SPMTs to transport the bridge a quarter of a mile from its fabrication position within the i54 compound to its final installation point over the M54.

The i54 project has had considerable investments by three local councils, which will see the 226 acre site become a substantial business park. The 45m long bridge will replace a previous bridge in Middle Lane and will allow access to what will be a new motor engine plant and water treatment works. The bridge will also serve as a public footpath and bridleway across the M54 near Wolverhampton.

The new bridge will be opened to the public in 2013 after being temporarily used for construction traffic for the i54 project.