Case Studies

Please see below some of the variety of schemes undertaken by SPL to view or download. If you would like further information on any of these case studies or to discuss similar work, please contact us.

Trunk Roads

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Type 2 HGV Route

This was a major reconstruction of a failed road which was achieved within programme and the clients budget, without the need to carry out lengthy and costly reconstruction.

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Type 2 A Class Road, Working at Night

Suffering from extensive edge failure, the original scheme required a 6 week closure of the carriageway to carry out the required excavation and re-instatement along this stretch.

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Residential / Urban

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Residential Estate Road

In order to minimise the impact of construction traffic, the carriageway itself required structural enhancement and surfacing.

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Rural

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Type 2 Road Haunch & Full Width

This scheme, identified by Shropshire Council was part of a larger programme of work to repair some of the county’s roads.

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Type 3 Rural Access Road - Forge Mill Lane

Extensive historic patch repairs were evident indicating structural issues in the carriageway which was breaking up allowing a degree of water ingress through surface cracking.

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Unclassified Roads

Fen Road as the name suggests is a rural single track built on soft, moving ground, resulting in cracking and deep rutting throughout.

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Type 2 HGV Route

This was a major reconstruction of a failed road which was achieved within programme and the clients budget, without the need to carry out lengthy and costly reconstruction.

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Type 2 Rural Link Road

The road was suffering from structural issues leading to extensive cracking and crazing on the surface.

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Type 2 A Class Road, Working at Night

Suffering from extensive edge failure, the original scheme required a 6 week closure of the carriageway to carry out the required excavation and re-instatement along this stretch.

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Unclassified Rural REGEN Road

The project involved the reconstruction of failing carriageways within Cambridge County Council’s rural network.

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Type 4 Rural Road

Showing signs of collapse and crackingwith particular issues at edges where larger vehicles appeared to have regularly overrun the extent of the existing structure.

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Type 4 Rural Road - Ashcott Somerset

This narrow rural road with a speed limit of 60mph had structural failures in the carriageway, some which had previously been patched.

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Cycle Route Improvement

The Marriott’s Way is England’s longest disused railway trail at 26 miles. Parts of the trail have been used for walking, cycling and horse riding since the 1970s.

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Type 3 Rural Access Road - Dadford Road

On initial visits surface issues indicated that structural failings were apparent and likely to be related to adjacent drainage and tree roots.

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Concrete Re-Structuring

The concrete had been overlaid historically with layers of asphalt which was worn and reflects deeper cracking and movement within the structure.

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Regen Roads / Haunch

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Unclassified Rural REGEN Road

The project involved the reconstruction of failing carriageways within Cambridge County Council’s rural network.

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Type 2 Road Haunch & Full Width

This scheme, identified by Shropshire Council was part of a larger programme of work to repair some of the county’s roads.

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