Herbert Road

Herbert Road


Project Overview

Client: Keepmoat / Engie
Project Name: Herbert Road
Location: Newport, Wales
Sector: Housing
Project Value: £1.2m
Engineer/Architect: Steve Morgan Associates
Project Period: June 2017 to June 2018

Churngold were contracted to work with Keepmoat Regeneration, to install all associated infrastructure including deep drainage, Pre-cast outfalls, retaining structures including a large concrete attenuation pond for the commencement of the construction of 222 houses and 6 apartment blocks.

The main bulk of works was the new access road that runs parallel to the River Usk, large Gabion baskets where installed to retain the different in levels on a partially contaminated site.

All works were undertaken next to a capped tip, and a fully tanked attenuation pond was formed to provide a means to attenuate potential flood waters.

Subcontract Works

Churngold used their nationally renowned experience in delivering the full range of Groundworks solutions to deliver the following works:

  • Cut and Fill optimisation

  • Piling Matt installation

  • Retaining Structures – Brickwork

  • Retaining Structures – Gabion baskets

  • Adoptable Storm and Foul system & connections

  • Large Concrete Attenuation Pond

  • Linear drainage

  • 278 & Section 38 Highways Works

  • Surfacing

  • New ducting and services

Challenges Successfully Managed

  • Contaminated Land

  • Poor Ground conditions

  • Tidal groundwater within Drainage

  • Existing Services

  • Service Connections

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