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Delivered by Esh’s civil engineering division, the scheme based at the entrance of the former Redcar steelworks has delivered a grand state-of-the-art entrance for a new and long-anticipated internationally distinctive industrial zone in the Tees Valley.
Demolition of the existing gatehouse paved the way for a new modern gatehouse building constructed with structural insulated panels. Car parking areas were formed to the east and west of the entrance – with the use of gabion retaining structures to retain the existing embankments – while hard landscaped footpaths and pedestrian islands were constructed to form a link between the parking facilities and gatehouse.
A key focal point of the development is a purpose-built 3.7-metre-high LED screen which was installed onto the existing bridge as a feature to showcase the capabilities of the industrial zone. Final decoration was provided with bespoke street lighting, modern landscaping, and planting of mature trees to create a welcoming, eye-catching entrance for visitors and international investors.
The scheme comprised the redevelopment of a former council hub facility into a Household Waste Recycling Centre.
Works included; hard standing and roadway, a raised ramp, skip storage areas, car parking facilities, pedestrian walkways, sorting/reuse buildings, welfare and weighbridge offices.
Groundworks were undertaken to accommodate an extension to an existing warehouse, new loading docks and yard.
Works comprised the installation of a concrete floor slab, creation of crib-lock retaining wall, installation of drainage separators, muck shift, surfacing, paving and palisade fencing.
An existing waste recycling centre was refurbished over two phases.
Works included the demolition of the existing waste store and the subsequent new build of a modern waste recycling facility and on-site resale store.
The East Shore development site located at Port of Sunderland was granted Enterprise Zone status in 2017, as a result, works were required to enhance connectivity and provide added incentive to investors looking to establish a long-term operation at the Port.
Esh’s civil engineering division delivered initial groundworks and remediation of the as well as the installation of a surface water drainage system.
This scheme comprised the refurbishment of an existing waste recycling centre.
The works included the demolition of the existing waste store and the subsequent new build of a modern waste recycling facility and onsite second-hand resale store.
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