Delivered by the Department for Infrastructure the A6 Dualling Scheme upgrades 14.7 kilometres of Transport Corridor between Randalstown and Castledawson, a route used by 20,000 vehicles each day.
The project is a 16.5km four-lane motorway in Telemark, Norway with a 110 km/hour speed limit. The state-owned company, Nye Veier AS, overtook the responsibility to build the project in 2016. The project includes the construction of two major intersections with crossover bridges, nine four-lane bridges, two wildlife crossing constructions, and several minor constructions.
This project, undertaken by the VALTARI alliance, involves the construction of a 4.5km southern ring road, bypassing the center of the city of Lahti, Finland. Due to the importance of trunk road Vt12, these improvement works have a major impact on export and import opportunities in Finland as a whole.
The Viking Link team used CEEQUAL to deliver a sustainability-driven project. They achieved a 30% reduction in kgCO2 equivalent of embodied carbon emissions, re-used 17,900 m3 of excavated materials, and diverted 100% of their total waste from landfill.
The following work types were considered in detail during the 2018/19 CEEQUAL assessment in the North West Unit: Roads Planned Maintenance (maintaining the structural integrity); Bridge Construction and Maintenance; Winter Service Operations;
In 2016 BEAR Scotland committed to commence the CEEQUAL process, pursuing a Whole Team award in conjunction with Transport Scotland. Services being provided by BEAR Scotland under the term contract include road and bridge maintenance, minor improvements, incident management and support, lighting the network and minimising the risk of landslides.
The Leigh to Ellenbrook guided busway is a 4.5 mile dual track bus rapid transit system. It provides bus infrastructure improvements between Leigh-Salford and Manchester and forms a key part of the wider £122m Greater Manchester Bus Priority Package
The Swedish Transport Administration needed to replace two bridges on the E4 highway, at one of Sweden’s busiest junctions – Rotebro – as the technical lifespan of the bridges had been reached.
The Forth Replacement Crossing (FRC) is the project behind the Queensferry Crossing, the new road bridge connecting both sides of the Firth of Forth. By adding to the Forth Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge, Transport Scotland has safeguarded one of the most vital connections in Scotland’s transport network. The Queensferry Crossing opened to traffic on 30 August 2017.
The A30 Temple to Higher Carblake Improvement is a £60 million highway improvement scheme part funded by Cornwall Council and the Department for Transport.