Amicus undertook this project for KKB which involved a new road connecting Manor Royal with the A2011 dual carriageway.
We were asked to price and mobilise for this project in the space of a week to ensure the client met their piling commencement date.
We collaborated with Browne on this project to refurbish this bridge over the New River. The bridge was in a bad state of repair and had sections closed off and it had become unsafe to remain open to the general public.
For this project we achieved accreditation to RISQS to undertake works adjacent to the railway. This project was an enormous challenge as the site was approximately 1 mile from the nearest road and was within an ancient woodland allocated SSSI status.
This small scheme required the works to be sensitively planned as it was undertaken within the SSSI area at Landguard Point in Felixstowe. We also had a watching brief with a local archaeologist during the excavation work.
As part of the upgrade of facilities at the Radar Tower on Landguard Point a new fibre optic supply was required which necessitated a new BT duct to be installed between Carr Road and Landguard Fort with associated pits to be built and laid in accordance with BT standard details.
This was another project undertaken for KKB which required a quick mobilisation by the Amicus team.
We commenced this project when the houses were still under construction but no external works had begun. Our package of works included the foul and surface water drainage, ducts and services, full depth road construction, paving and landscaping.
Amicus delivered this essential upgrade project for HHA at their Radar Tower on Landguard Point on time and without unscheduled shutdowns of the radar facility.
The DF (Direction Finder) Tower on Landguard Point had been decommissioned for many years so was surplus to requirements.