Both projects included us constructing reinforced concrete bases for new footbridges over the National Rail lines to East Anglia.
Marks Tey was a complicated project consisting of supplying and fixing 87 tonne of reinforcement follwed by Formwork Shuttering of 843m2. Once prepped there was 600m3 of concrete placed within the bases.
The project at Witham was scheduled to be completed within 7 weeks. This would consist of 92 tonne of steel, 934m2 of Formwork and 700m3 of concrete. Under a immense time restraint TAG went on to finish the 7 week programme within 4 weeks. This saved our client BAM Nuttal a requirement for a second possesion, saving them £100,000.
Bridges for both sites went on soon after we finished during the Christmas Possesions.
Construction of Reinforced Concrete beams for stabilisation to railway earthwork embankments.
Nettlestead- Construction of capping beam 240lm along face of sheet piles, capping beam tied into soil nails.
Hildenborough- Installation of filter drains at toe of railway embankment,Construction of new headwalls, over pumping of running surface water drains whilst headwalls being constructed.
East Clandon- Construction of reinforced concrete beam, 70lm’s x 2m high x 0.75m wide. Stabilise toe of railway embankment.