The design and construction process responded to the high standards for sustainability set out by the Olympic Delivery Authority, achieving an Excellent Rating under CEEQUAL Version 4 and with a ratified score of 93.3%.
The Eastern Bay Link scheme extends the A4232 link road, situated south of Cardiff, reducing the current journey by 2.5 km. It was delivered under an Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) Target Cost Design and Build Contract, safely, on time, under budget, and to the highest quality and environmental standards, through flexible and collaborative working
The Bulford Road Improvement project was conceived and designed to provide significant improvements to a single lane road between the Pembrokeshire villages of Tiers Cross and Johnston.
The CEEQUAL Award not only recognises the efforts taken to address landscape issues, but also work undertaken throughout all stages of scheme development in relation to archaeology, ecology and sustainable construction in general.
The A34 Alderley Edge and Nether Alderley Bypass was a challenging public sector project, designed to divert traffic away from the picturesque village of Alderley Edge and significantly reduce congestion.
Construction of a new single span overbridge over the M4 with approximately 1.6 km of relief road around the village of Shinfield.
The improvement of the junction is seen by the Welsh Government as an important part of its programme for economic regeneration providing access to jobs, safe reliable journeys, and improved resilience for the trunk road and local network in south east Wales.
The main savings in the project as a result of implementation of CEEQUAL is related to transport and reuse of masses which indirectly reduce the need for purchase and transport of materials for road construction from external quaries.