M20 Junction 10a – Improvement Scheme

Client: Vinci/Taylor Woodrow
Project: M20 Junction 10a – Improvement Scheme

The M20 is an international route and is used by large volumes of heavy goods and holiday traffic. The scheme to improve the M20 by constructing a new junction. The new junction 10A will include a roundabout over the motorway, new slip roads and a new link road to the A2070, with traffic signals on parts of the junction and two 3-lane bridges. The scheme includes the removal of the slip roads at the existing junction 10 and the construction of new pedestrian and cycle bridge over the M20, demolishing the existing Highfield Lane Bridge.

As part of the package of works TAG supplied and managed all of the required resources apart from the road closure including the following;

  • Delivering the Reinforced Concrete elements of the structures
  • Lifting and installation of the precast parapet units on the two interchange structures and the precast bridge beams on the two Lacton slip road structures
  • CFA pile break down and trimming using hydraulic croppers
  • Fixing of all reinforcement and couplers
  • Supply and installation of all formwork including F6 feature finish abutment form
  • The placing of all blinding and structural concrete using skips and pumps to all elements
  • The procurement and supply of all temporary works designs and design checks for our works including stability analysis
  • The supply and management of all access to height using a combination of proprietary systems and tube and fitting
  • Installation of polysulphide sealant to joints between precast elements