Bush Road Bridge
20 hour possession
Econ spent the week leading up to the possession making sure all the plant and materials were delivered to site in readiness for the possession start time. The plant and materials get checked and re checked. Spare machines are available on site just encase an item of equipment fails.
When the area was officially handed over to Econ to commence the track protection was installed and checked.
Next phase of the works was to position the excavators and start to demolish the bridge down to the pre-determined cut lines. All demolition arising’s were removed during the demo works and cleared to an area to be stockpiled until the tipper lorry’s came to site in the morning to start clearing. All track protection removed and restored ready to be collected. All machines cleaned down and made ready for transport back to Econ depot.
All works were completed in under two shifts. All the site arising’s were removed from site and disposed of in an environmentally responsible way. Two team members then remained on site for a further three days to see the materials and plant off site.
Working in a railway environment requires a high degree of health and safety knowledge and expertise and the use of suitably qualified and accredited personnel to carry out the works. Each shift had One manager and One director from the company on site to oversee their assigned shift. Econ’s team included staff who met the following requirements: CSCS, Banksman, Machine operators, Sentinel approved and registered work force, CCDO, CPC.
3 x 25 tonne excavators, 3 x high dreamers, 1 x 35 tonne excavator, 2 x 14 tonne excavators. Ekki mats and cordek polystyrene blocks.