We have finished installing a large culvert on our site at Priors Hall, Corby, Northamptonshire for Urban & Civic.
We were appointed by Dover District Council to Install rock groynes, recharge the beach and install new groyne markers.
The works consists of primary Infrastructure for a large housing development including 2km of new roads and footways, over 4km of storm and foul drainage, a pumping station, utility services and a large culvert of 2 x 1800mm pipes.
We were employed to construct a new 1700 metre long bypass with associated drainage, this included new bridges over an existing road and the Worthing to Portsmouth railway line with concrete panelled retaining wall on bridge abutments.
We were engaged by Lincolnshire County Council to make improvements to the existing Riseholme Roundabout at the junction of the A46 and A15 junction on the Lincoln Ring Road.
The Histon Road project was designed to provide better bus, walking and cycling facilities for those travelling on this busy key route into and out of Cambridge.
Breheny Civil Engineering was contracted to Tendring District Council to stabilise the cliffs at Holland-on-Sea.
This project was located within the Royal Estate at Sandringham in Norfolk and was to build a new storm water pumping station and river outfall culverts to replace the existing pumping station built in the early 1950’s.
The project is located in Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent and involved the construction of a new 58m wide auxiliary spillway, the upgrading of existing culvert sluice gates, earthworks, utility diversions and environmental mitigation.
We were appointed to construct a new storm water pumping station in the car park of Rotherham United Football Club to alleviate flooding in the town centre of Rotherham.