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ProfitThrough active engagement, consultation and collaboration with Scarborough Borough Council, the local highways authority and transport companies, we succeeded in minimising the impact of our works on the tourist industry over two summer seasons. Through the use of our traffic and pedestrian management sequencing animation tool, we were able to plan and instigate north to south bay promenade traffic flow past the storage shaft at Toll House, considered unachievable at tender stage.
The Peasholm Gap / Corner Café Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) required construction adjacent to numerous tourism-related businesses and high value residential accommodation. Installation of the CSO required connections into the existing sea outfall and involved three separate large pipe road crossings, ranging from 1.8 metres to 2.4 metres in diameter, around critical utilities. We complied with the required deadlines to return the road to two way traffic flow for the Easter and the two May bank holidays. Strict working hour and noise agreements were also followed, maintaining excellent community relations whilst excavating in rock at depths up to four metres and around numerous services above.
Morgan Sindall Professional Services, Morgan Sindall Underground Professional Services, Grontmij, Waud and Burke - Shaft and CSO Construction, Barhale – Transfer pipeline, Buntons – Earthworks, Galglass – Settlement tanks, Waitings – Scalby mills connections, Staptina – Tunnel mechanical fit out, Trojan, Canada - UV treatment plant
Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) score of 43/50 achieved