KITCHEN CIVILS DELIVER MAJOR VIADUCT STRENGTHENING WORKS FOR NETWORK RAIL RCDP FRAMEWORK CONTRACTOR AT FRODINGHAM VIADUCT.
Network Rail identified failure of the structure, principally a number of arches were fractured centrally and this had reduced the life span of the bridge that required returning to standard. Kitchen Civils were engaged at design and development stages to undertake the delivery of all work aspects as a Specialist Subcontractor.
Working as part of a specialist delivery team, Kitchen Civils Ltd were engaged to carry out the installation of a 140m extension of Cambridge Station.
The works were completed within a series of 3 predetermined track possessions.
Working collaboratively as part of our client’s team, all works were successfully delivered within the scheduled time and to the highest standards of quality and safety.
Kitchen Civils were engaged at design and development stage by Barratt David Wilson and Linden Homes to undertake the delivery of a new Link Road in East Yorkshire.
The link road will ultimately be adopted by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council who is therefore an overseeing body for the work.
Kitchen Civils worked as a lower tier contractor carrying out a series of URX ducting installations to facilitate the implementation of the main works.
All works were carried out within pre-determined possessions as part of a wider programme of works.
All works were carried out to the highest standards of safety and quality.
Kitchen Civils Ltd was engaged by Alstom to undertake investigation of a failed drainage system within a live maintenance environment.
A survey was undertaken with a drainage camera to determine the failure, which then enabled a design to be produced proposing the installation of a new ACO channel drainage system running the full 350m length of the maintenance shed.
This not only provided a cost effective remedial solution but benefited the ongoing maintenance regime by improving access to the affected area.
All programme and methodology was agreed with the client and the work undertaken without disruption to the operation of the depot or its operations.
Kitchen Civils were engaged as a Principal Contractor to design and construct a high bogie storage facility with integrated office space and an integral overhead gantry crane to service the Traincare Centre operations.
The works were successfully completed to0 the highest standard of safety and quality within a live depot environment and to the required Client budget.
A rail bridge over the road needing urgent masonry repairs and access scaffold to afford full structural inspection.
One of a number of structures requiring similar treatment for a major land and estates management company with Kitchen Civils Ltd engaged as Principal Contractor.
The structure carries the A1 Motorway over the East Coast Main Line. Within a series of predetermined possessions, Kitchen Civils Ltd installed FRP walkway planks and carried out concrete repairs to the bridge soffit. Subcontracted to a Network Rail Principal Contractor, the works were completed successfully to time and within budget to the highest standards of safety and quality
An expanding Network Rail Storage depot needing rationalisation and new infrastructure. Kitchen Civils Ltd installed drainage, including large attenuation tanks, car park, roads and footpaths; floor slab & blockwork to buildings and hardstandings for containers.
Subcontracted to a Regional Main Contractor the works were completed successfully to time and budget.
Kitchen Civils were engaged by Alstom to replace the Principal depot crossing point at their Manchester Traincare Centre site.
The works were carried out in phases to ensure that full access was maintained at all times to minimise the effect on the depot operations.
Works were completed to a high standard and within budget.