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Project
Broadway Green
Client
FO Developments
Value
£10,600,000
Case Study

Broadway Green

Project
Broadway Green
Client
FO Developments
Value
£10,600,000
The Project

Land remediation and construction of a new link road including the remodelling of a junction to accommodate a new residential and commercial strategic development site.

 

The works include:

  • Section 278 and Section 38 works, construction of a spine road bisecting the development site ultimately linking the A663 Broadway and Foxdenton Lane;
  • Associated earthworks to construct development platforms;
  • Section 185 Diversion of utilities.
  • New HV, water, gas and comms installations.

 

The main development sites sits on former farmland. However, approximately, 40% of the land had been used as an inert landfill by the previous owners and contains a level of contamination. As part of the contract CHC are currently remediating areas by way of screened sorting and testing. This process is being undertaken under the guidelines of the Environment Agency and local authority protocols such as CL:AIRE and a Remediation Implementation Plan. The process is monitored and documented via a third-party consultant Environmental Scientist who is employed by CHC.

 

CHC have completed the first phase of works which utilised a combination of both inert and screened landfill material to cut and fill parts of the site, constructing a residential plot to 5% CBR and constructing the first 200m of carriageway.

 

CHC have commenced the next phase of infrastructure at Broadway Green. This phase of works involves processing a further 80,000m3 of inert landfill to generate engineered filling material to form 400m of spine road and three development plots.

 

As part of the spine road construction, there are extensive drainage diversions at depths of 9m, new drainage installations at depths of up to 6m and the installation of new services including water, gas, electric and new substations.

 

The contract has been delivered under the JCT 2011 Design and Build Contract.

 

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