The construction of 2000m of new relief road. The works included a box culvert installation, two S278 junctions, one signalised and one roundabout, and two deep foul pump stations. The works were valued at around £6 million.
The development of groundworks to 96 plots, S278 junctions and large retaining walls.
The construction of 1500m of new road across flood plain. The works included the design and construction of 3 new bridges, box culvert installation, and two signalised S278 junctions. The works were valued at around £12 million.
These works were carried out with an approximate value of £2.5 million. They were completed in accordance within the granted extension of time, which was provided due to unforeseen conditions, in particular statutory services. There were no quality issues. The works were carried out between June 2008 to May 2009. The works included widening of the existing A4130 from two lanes to four under a S278 agreement, widing of the existing gyratory by an additional lane under the A34, and slip road alterations under a seperate agreement with the Highways Agency. The works also included the provision of three new signalised junctions, signage and street lighting. The works were carried out for MEPC, under supervision from Glanville Consulting Engineers.
The works involved the construction of a new three-arm roundabout as part of the S278 works with associated street lighting and drainage, together with a new 16m concrete road bridge over the existing TRL test track, with associated abutments and wing walls. The works encountered substantial dewatering around the abutments pads, and the bridge abutments were built whilst maintaining use by the client of the test track facility. The value of the works was £1.3 million.
The works involved the widening of the existing A327 from two lanes to a five lane signalised junction and secondary junction. The scheme included diversion of the existing MOD protected gas main, together with other statutory services. Street lighting, traffic signals, and signage were also provided. The scheme was carried out on behalf of David Wilson Homes as part of the S278 agreement for new houses. Value of the scheme was £1.3 million.
We completed the reconstruction of the highway, environmental improvements and drainage for the new shopping centre in Newbury. This has been as a result of hard work for the last 18 months and a total value of £3.5 million. It was opened on the 27th October 2011, with the final phase completed in the spring of 2013. Materials for the footpaths included Granite slabs, Porphyry Stone paving, Granite Setts, Tegula Blocks, and Tegula Setts, on a newly constructed footpaths. The works required close liaison with local residents and store keepers, together with the Newbury Town Council and West Berks Council.
The construction of the new A40 link road from Carterton. The works incorporate 2.4km of new highway, plus associated distributor roads, roundabouts and junctions. The drainage consisted of large diameter concrete pipework with an invert depth of 7m. All excavations were within rock and had to be removed by breaker, consequently this allowed for the recycling of approximately 100,000t of the excavated material by crushing and screening to produce 6f2 material. The value of works to date is £10 million.
The construction of the roundabout and access road on the existing A4185 at Hardwell for client UKAEA. Works included street lighting and service diversions. The approximate value of the scheme was £500,000.
The construction of the new signalised junction on the A325. The works were to widen the existing carriageway, to incorporate new right and left turn lanes, to provide access for the new Tesco store. The works were carried out on behalf of HBG Construction and supervised by Hampshire County Council. Approximate value of £400,000.
The construction of a new roundabout and access road at Lymington. Works included the diversion of Passford Water through new box culverts and a new roundabout on the existing A337. The works had a value of approximately £950,000.
The works comprised the construction of concrete pad footings, ground beams, ground floor slabs, retaining walls and concrete screeds to upper floors, together with external paving and car park construction. The works have an approximate value of £2.2 million.
A new footbridge under a design and construct contact over the A339 dual carriageway. The works were valued at £950,000 for Taylor Woodrow. The erection involved a complete closure of the carriageway over a weekend.
The works consisted of the new car park construction and drop off point in Spital Allotments to serve the existing school. Works included site clearance, stream diversion, capping layer, surfacing, street lighting and security gates. The works were carried out on behalf of The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, with an approximate value of £400,000.
The construction of counterfort drainage system on the embankments of the M23. Works carried out at night between January and March. Works completed three weeks early in partnership with the Highways Agency. Total value was approximately £420,000.
The scheme comprised the enabling works for a new office and warehouse. The works included removal of the existing riverside walls, bridge demolition and footbridge removal, together with a bored pile retaining wall, piling mat, and bridge abutments. The works were carried out on behalf of Slough Estates, with close consultation with the Environment Agency. Value of the scheme was approximately £450,000.
The repaving of the busy town centre with Tegula blocks. The works were carried out on behalf of West Berkshire District Council. The value of the works was approximately £450,000.
The construction of Estate Infrastructure and Deep Drainage. We utilised lime/cement stabilising techniques to form the road sub grade rather than import capping material and export spoil. The total value of works was £1.8 million.
The repaving of the whole of Market Place using Porphyry Setts and Cubes, with Granite Kerbs. The Setts were laid in the tradtional fan pattern. The works were carried out for West Berks District Council, in the sum of £650,000.
These works were carried out under a design and construct contract with an approximate value of £1.5 million. The works included a widening of the existing A339 under a S278 agreement. On site works included bulk earthworks and filling provision of all services, buildings, fencing, conrete works and surfacing, together with client fit out such as CCTV, weighbridge and barriers. The works were carried out for Rivar in association with West Berks Council.
The works were carried out on behalf of Warings with a value of £750,000. Works included bulk earthworks with importation of fill, together with all fencing and street light services.