250 + personnel installing high-speed track and associated works for 45 kilometres between Swanscombe, Kent, and St Pancras.
Completed six months ahead of schedule.
“They did a very good job for us, overcoming lots of difficulties without making a fuss,” - Mike Casebourne, ACT, project director.
Works included setting up state of the art segment manufacturing facility supplying in excess of 120 personnel, to carry out pre-cast segment manufacture (108,000+ for project’s biggest section) using twin carousel system on a 24 hour basis including storing and transportation by barge from Chatham to various sites in London for the central section of Crossrail and demobilisation of manufacturing facility upon completion of required number of segments.
Provided over 350 personnel in all disciplines including safety critical.
Installing high speed track and associated works from Plumstead to Westbourne Park breaking previous record of 365 linear metres on Channel Tunnel Rail Link in 24 hours by achieving 371 linear metres. Completed all slab track works ahead of schedule. As well as slab track woks we are currently carrying out a multitude of other specialist works such as Overhead Lines, Mechanical and Electrical works and safety critical roles associated with the rail industry. Works are still on going on this project.
Formwork, reinforcement, concrete placing and finishing of concrete tracks in both tunnels.
“I would be more than happy to recommend Leabrand for any future works,”
Christopher Chassagnette, Colas Rail, project manager.
Extending Existing Platforms to take 3 cars instead of 2 works including diamond drilling, percussion drilling, resin anchoring, pull out testing, formwork, reinforcement, concrete placing, track installation and associated works.
Carried out groundworks including pile breakdown, formwork, reinforcement and concrete placing to construct new bridge over live railway lines joining Olympic stadium to Westfield’s shopping centre.
Setting up precast yard, form work steel fixing and concrete placing to manufacture pre-cast concrete units which were then transported by Barge and fixed in situ and concrete works carried out to construct new jetty for Costain Marine.
The contract was for the design, construction and testing of an innovative Low Impact Light Urban Rail system.
The construction of 100 meter rail system was to be completed on an existing test road section. The completed Low Impact Light Urban rail was instrumented and then tested for a 4 week period by Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC).