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A50 Growth Corridor Bridge Demolition

Structural Temporary Works

The £40 million A50 Growth Corridor Project is being delivered by Staffordshire County Council and Tarmac Construction on behalf of Highways England. The project is designed to ease congestion and offer easy access to the 700-home Bramshall Meadows housing development without traffic being driven through Uttoxeter. The works include a…

Cambrian Quarry – New life for former ‘Vim’ quarry

Civil Earth Structures Geotechnical

The geology to the west of Mold in North Wales has a long history of extractive industries. Mineralised veins within the rocks have been mined for lead, and mine voids have been used for drainage and storage, including munitions and explosives. At Cambrian Quarry in Gwernymynydd, underground workings extracted the…

Greystone Footbridge Replacement – The End for the Sausage Bridge

Geotechnical Structural Temporary Works

Greystone Footbridge, known locally as the ‘sausage bridge’, has helped generations of the local community to safely cross the M62 since opening in 1973. The footbridge has now reached the end of it serviceable life and Knowsley Council is investing in a new modern replacement bridge that will cater for…

A27/A270 Junction Improvements Brighton

Civil Earth Structures Geotechnical Structural

To support the construction of a new Community Stadium and new building works by the University of Brighton the existing road network required major improvements to interface with the existing and proposed infrastructure. The new Brighton and Hove Albion Stadium Project required improvements to the A270 Lewes Road which included…

Allescholes Landslip Stabilisation Works

Civil Earth Structures Geotechnical

The existing embankment pre-failure comprised of a clay slope at an approximate inclination of 1:1.5, with a height of approximately 8m falling to a stream at the base of the slope. Road drainage was directed to a ditch at the side of the embankment falling to the stream at the…