Jane's Creek Bridge Strengthening Project

Jane's Creek Bridge Strengthening Project

The bridge structure was deemed unsafe following investigation due to rotation and movement; the structure required stabilisation. The works comprised of Bridge Strengthening works including insitu concrete to invert, 42m long ground anchors and all associated temporary works.

Emergency Works

Emergency Works

Emergency call out bridge clearance works after flooding tree debris

Box Tunnel, Corsham

Box Tunnel, Corsham

Box tunnel subway is located approximately 150m in from the east portal of Box Tunnel in Corsham, Near Chippenham. The subway was created as a result of mining activities around 140 years ago, when an adit was driven beneath the tunnel. The extant adit in general consists of engineering brick abutments which support a Barlow Rail soffit and large riveted beams which support the running rails. As part of the electrification of the Great Western Railway, the track within Box Tunnel needed to be lowered by approximately 300mm. To enable this to be carried out over the subway, the existing Barlow Rail soffit and bearing timbers needed to be removed.

St Julian's Viaduct- Provision of Floating Access System

St Julian's Viaduct- Provision of Floating Access System

Kaymac Marine & Civil Engineering Ltd were commissioned by Balfour Beatty Rail to provide a working platform for the preparatory works and repairs to be carried out on the structure during all states of the tide. St Julian’s Viaduct lies within the navigable River Usk, which has a tidal range in excess of 12 metres during Spring Tides.