The North Drogheda route comprises 5km of single (expandable) carriageway, 4 at-grade roundabouts, new trunk watermains, new trunk foul sewer, new underpass beneath the Dublin-Belfast mainline railway, and associated earthworks.
The Lusk Relief Road has been designed and constructed to relieve traffic from the centre of the historic village of Lusk in north Co. Dublin.
The Porterstown Bridge is a seven span, 146m long, highway bridge crossing the Royal Canal and Iarnr ód Éireann mainline railway.
This new grade separated interchange on the N11 dual carriageway was required to provide access to development areas at Greystones.
The northern section of the bypass involves the construction of a 2km single carriageway road with five associated roundabouts, three attenuation ponds and two main structures.
Waterman has held four successive Term Commissions with London Borough of Bexley since 1996, delivering specialist engineering consultancy services and seconded staff.
Following on from previous successful frameworks, Waterman was awarded three partnering contracts for Civil Engineering Services and Flood Alleviation and Drainage Services and Structural Engineering.
Waterman was appointed by the Highways Agency (now Highways England) to work on the Manchester Managed Motorways programme.
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