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Contract Award – Naked Foods, Headcorn

Martin Civil Engineering have been awarded the groundwork contract for construction of six new build houses in Headcorn.

Working for developer, Amberley Homes Kent, our package includes foundations, drainage, block and beam floors, driveways, patios and lawns.

Works are programmed to commence in early February with a split nine week programme.

Brown Jug Lay-by Contract Award

MCE are pleased to announce the first contract award from a new client of ours Amey. After months of working through the neccesary approvals we’re delighted to have the opportunity to work for KCC’s principal highways contractor. 

The contract will involve the removal of approximately 200t of soil from above a high pressure fuel main servicing Heathrow airport. The work will be in strict accordance with methodology agreed by the pipeline owner, running at 580 psi, any damage to the service would be catastrophic. 

Work will commence on Monday 12th December for up to five days. 

Green Street Footbridge Contract Award

Martin Civil Engineering have been awarded the contract to construct new abutments for the Green Street Footbridge.

Working for principal contractor VolkerHighways, we will construct the reinforced concrete abutments with the existing footbridge in place, before temporarily reinstating the footpath to allow for sufficient curing.

The new bridge, constructed by Nusteel Structures, will span an impressive 33m across the railway lines. We will provide attendance during the lift to ensure that the bridge is adequately secured to the foundations.

Works are programmed from 14th November to last for approximately 8 days.

 

Doric Avenue Drainage Contract Award

Martin Civil Engineering have been awarded the drainage diversion contract as part of a new development in Doric Avenue, Tunbridge Wells.

The works comprise the diversion of a 225mm clay foul sewerage main, and a 450mm concrete surface water main, with five new concrete manholes. The works will eventually be adopted by Southern Water.

Works are programmed from 7 November 2016, and are anticipated to take four weeks. As part of our service, Martin Civil Engineering will be arranging with Kent County Council the necessary road closure and Section 50 agreements.

The essential diversion works are required prior to commencement of building works by client JM Property Evolutions.

Faversham Town Football Club Contract Award

Martin Civil Engineering are delighted to have been awarded the drainage contract as part of Faversham Town Football Club’s stadium redevelopment. This is the first phase of the development which will hopefully see a new clubhouse, stand and sports hall to the stadium.

Work on the new changing rooms have already begun, and Martin Civil Engineering will commence work on 14 October 2016 for up to two weeks.

We are pleased to be working for a new client to us, Principal Contractor PARRYPAGE-Projects.

 

Mansion Row Contract Award

Martin Civil Engineering have been awarded a new contract to construct a four way table top junction on Mansion Row, Chatham.

The project is programmed to be completed in two weeks from 24 October 2016, and will involve a combination of white work and tarmac surfacing. Working adjacent to MOD land, we will implement and maintain three separate phases of traffic management, including three way traffic lights and road closures.

Paddock Court Contract Award

Martin Civil Engineering have been awarded the contract for the construction of a new 35m long fire escape ramp at Paddock Court, Brighton.

The ramp will allow wheelchair egress from the building in the event of an emergency, and will be constructed to fully comply with the DDA Regulations.

Works are programmed to commence at the end of September, with a contract period of approximately three weeks.

Strood Subway Contract Award

Martin Civil Engineering are pleased to announce the award of a new contract to reinstate the now redundant Strood Subway, following concrete fill of the main structure.

Working of VolkerHighway on behalf of Medway Council, the contract includes modular footpath reinstatement and reinforced granular back fill.

It is anticipated that the contract will have a duration of approximately four weeks.