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M1 Junction 39 to 42 – Extrudakerb go wireless with new GPS technology

Over 11km of slipform Concrete Step Barrier Over 5km of slipform Surface Water Channels Upgrade of Great Britain’s life expired steel barrier is rapidly accelerating as the works are being incorporated within the Highways Agency’s overall program to create “All Lane Running” motorways. Improvement of the M1 motorway between junctions 39 and 42 was one […]

Flood Defence Wall at Dungeness Nuclear Power Station

Over 1500m over reinforced flood defence wall and foundation When EDF Energy identified that a major improvement to flood defenses and security was needed at its costal nuclear facility at Dungeness, Kent the organisation quickly turned to the proven combination of Allens Security and Extrudakerb to assist in a challenging accelerated project delivery of a […]

M1 J10-13 Improvements
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Client: Costain Carillion Joint Venture Contract Start Date: July 2010 Contract Completion Date: 2013 Introduction On behalf of the Highways Agency, Costain Carillion Joint Venture (CCJV) are undertaking various improvements to the M1 motorway between junctions 10 and 13. These improvements are designed to relieve traffic congestion and improve journey times as part of an […]

CE – The Sign of Quality and Compliance with Standard

From 1st January 2011 many Roads Overseeing organisations of European Union member countries imposed a requirement that all newly installed safety restraint systems must be CE marked. The components for many factory manufactured systems have for a number of years carried such CE marking. However EN1317 Part 5 as a harmonised standard within the European […]

Extrudakerb commence the slipform of Surface Water Channel in Poland

Poland’s intensive road improvement programme benefits from the many advantages of machine laid insitu concrete channel construction. Gomaco Commander III 4-track slipform pavers are being used to construct standard surface water channel on a number of new road construction schemes. Locally produced ready mixed concrete is discharged onto the paving machines loading conveyor and fed […]

Area 12 Asset Renewal

Britpave concrete barrier is fast becoming a common sight on the motorways running through MAC Area 12. This region has replaced by far the most life expired steel barrier with new TD19/06 compliant high performance, zero maintenance Britpave insitu concrete safety barrier. During 2009 and 2010 major improvement works to the M62, M1 and M18 […]

Ireland Reaps Benefit of Asphalt Kerb

Extruded asphalt kerb was successfully introduced along the verge of the new M7 / M8 Portlaoise to Castletown and Cullahill Motorway. Originally the project design provided for insitu concrete kerbs following Irelandís traditional practice. However, the schemes Contracts Manager had previously worked in the United Kingdom where extruded asphalt kerb is by a way the […]

DBFO 1 Project 3 M2 Junction 3 to 4
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In June 2008 a joint venture between Extrudakerb and their Irish partner Highway Barrier Solutions, was awarded by the principle contractor, HMC Joint Venture, a £2.2m sub contract to design and build a central reserve concrete barrier, retaining wall and associated linear insitu concrete drainage system. Extrudakerb / HBS partnership have integrated within the HMC […]

Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol

In the summer of 2008 Dean & Dyball along with Flint & Neill Partnership were given the task of the refurbishment of the Clifton Suspension Bridge by the Bridge Trust. Upon inspection of the bridge it was found that the original wooden platform beneath the carriageway had deteriorated due to water ingress, and the drainage […]

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