Infrastructure

Welsh local infrastructure success for Walters/Sisk JV

A joint venture between Walters and Sisk have been selected by Rhondda Cynon Taf Council to design and build their flagship Mountain Ash Cross Valley Link scheme. The £8.0m scheme – scheduled for delivery by 2020 – involves the significant construction of a new 60m bridge over the River Cynon and the Aberdare to Cardiff main railway line.

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New Primary school opens its doors at Jubilee Park (Rogerstone)

Councillor Gail Giles, (Newport City Council’s cabinet member for education and skills), said: “Jubilee Park Primary is a fantastic new school and this is a proud moment for everyone – staff, governors, pupils, parents, carers and, of course, the council.“I would like to thank all those who made this day possible, including the developers, and I’m sure this will be a very happy and successful school.”

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Vale of Glamorgan Council “delighted” with complex road junction upgrade by Walters

Working with Bellway Homes and the Vale of Glamorgan, Walters have just finished a particularly tricky upgrade to a very busy road junction at Culverhouse Cross.

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Walters completes on Major Roads infrastructure projects.

This summer marks the handover of at least five massive infrastructure projects for Walters Group. All running simultaneously, they were only possible for a single company to deliver due to the exceptional strength in depth of our plant fleet and management team, coupled with a dedicated corps of drivers, operators and site supervisors.

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Walters successfully bid to become part of A14 Integrated Delivery Team

The A14 Integrated Delivery Team (A14 IDT) has selected Walters to undertake 2 of the 4 packages of earthworks required as part of the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme. The combined value of the projects represent over 65% of the earthworks required to deliver the scheme. This requires an estimated earthmoving volume exceeding 12 million cubic metres, with a target delivery cost in the order of £60 million.

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