Construction of new pedestrian link way and associated retaining structures and landscaping
During the construction of the new Medical Centre, on the old car park site in Connah’s Quay, the original access steps from the car park to the shopping precinct were demolished and not reconstructed. Keren Association who owned the shopping facility engaged 4 Crosses Construction Ltd to re-establish the link.
Our Client wanted a cost effective and durable pedestrian link that would blend with the new Medical Centre, 4 Crosses Construction worked together with the Design Team to achieve a product that was tailored to the Clients budget, yet still overcome the issues that the restricted location and underlying problems associated with the construction of a ramp over the main drainage culverts that ran directly below.
This project is another good example of working as a team with the Client and his Designers. Many of the problems discovered were quickly costed and fitted into the budget via value engineering. This way the project was brought in on budget to a totally satisfied Client.
4 Crosses Construction Ltd delivered and excellent product to a more than satisfied Client to whom we hope to work with again in the future. The project was carried out around the daily deliveries and needs of the shopping precinct tenants and the general public, without incident or undue disruption. This project is a good example of managing a Civil Engineering installation within the realm of a heavily trafficked area for both vehicles and pedestrians alike.
Keren Assocation Ltd (Englander Group)
Jack Leverton Tel: 020 8802 9736