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Civil Engineers To Complete Work On £75m Highways England Silverlink Project

Civil engineers to complete work on £75m Highways England Silverlink project

Seymour Civil Engineering is nearing completion on its award-winning role at the North East’s first ‘super roundabout’.  

Work on the £75m Highways England Silverlink triple decker roundabout is scheduled to finish in just weeks with Hartlepool-based Seymour Civil Engineering contracted by John Sisk & Son to install £8m highway and kerb drainage.  

Seymour has been on site for 102 weeks to date and has been crowned ‘Supply Chain Partner of the Year Civils UK’ at the Sisk Supply Chain Awards for the last two years for its work on the project, with particular mention made about the quality of work and its collaborative approach.    

Ryan Browell, Contracts Manager at Seymour, said: “It’s definitely been one of the largest projects that I have been involved in throughout my career.  

“I think the main challenge has been working around traffic management. We worked collaboratively with a host of other contractors such as those looking after the piling, bridges and laying of the roads.”  

He added: “We are very pleased with the work and we know that it’s going to make a real difference on one of the UK’s primary transport corridors.” 

Seymour has installed drainage utilising the latest shaft sinking and microtunnelling techniques which has enabled continuous traffic flow on the A19.   

The four key areas of Seymour’s work involved: 

·                     Main highway and land drainage 

·                     Trenchless crossing undertaken by micro tunnelling techniques 

·                     Sinking three shafts – the deepest being 13.5m deep 

·                     Installation of combined kerb drainage 

It has also provided 24-hour on-site support.   

Health and safety on this project has been of the highest standards, working to Highways England’s ‘Raising the Bar’ standards given the nature of the location of the works and the risks involved. 

The scheme in North Tyneside, at the A19 and A1058 Coast Road junction, has been ongoing since summer 2016.  

Three layers have been created – the Coast Road on top, a junction in the middle and the A19 on the bottom.  

Once complete the project will dramatically reduce queuing time for motorists travelling along the A19 at peak times.  

Highways England has confirmed the scheme is on schedule to finish in March and the work is now entering the final stages.  

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