Leith Bridge SH88 Realignment

LOCATION SH88, Dunedin    PRINCIPAL Dunedin City Council   PROJECT DATES February 2011 to May 2011

Construction of a 58m long, 45 degree skewed precast and insitu reinforced concrete bridge over the Leith River as part of the State Highway 88 Realignment Project.  Works included construction of 1.5m diameter permanent cased wet tremmied poured abutment piles, supply and installation of 18no (up to 22m long) Super T precast beams, insitu pier and abutment beams including shear keys, diaphrams and insitu deck topping slab.

Programme:  The project was completed within the allocated project timeframe.

Budget:  The project was completed within the tendered price.

Quality:  A CSL Project Quality Plan was produced and followed in accordance with our ISO 9001 accreditation. There were no significant defects of remedial works required.

Health & Safety:  Health and Safety Plan implemented and observed in accordance with the company’s secondary level requirements for ACC WSMP. There were zero LTIs or serious incidents.

Environmental:  CSL was committed to providing comprehensive Environmental Management throughout the project, with protection of the Leith River always the highest concern. Appropriate environmental protection measures, such as silt traps, spill procedures and careful management of construction materials, ensured that all activities have been safely carried out within the environmental requirements of the Building Consent. There were no environmental incidents on this project.

Traffic Management:  A specific traffic management plan was produced.

Public Relations & Cooperative team approach:  CSL had good rapport with the Main Contractor, associated subcontractors and stakeholders. Work was well planned to minimize the impact on other operations within the site.

Management/Administration: All aspects of management requirements were met including reporting, communications, financial control and risk management.