Paddington LTVA Project

Client: Symonds / City Of Westminster  / Amey Rail
Project Value: £1,950,000
Scope:

The advance works contact for the Paddington Long Term Vehicle Access consisted of diverting BT’s cables from within the to be demolished, Bishops Bridge road bridge, into a 190m long, 900mm diameter microtunnel beneath Network Rail’s Controlled Infrastructure at Paddington station.

The main drive shaft was located in a new office development, with little space to set up, and required the design, fabrication and  erection of a purpose built overhead gantry system for machine and pipe delivery and muck removal during tunnelling operations. The first 60m drive travelled away from Paddington station but traversed beneath the Grand Union canal into a reception shaft in builders merchant yard..

The railway crossing, totalling 130m, was successfully completed to programme which included 24hr working whilst the tunnelling operation was within the influence of Network rails infrastructure. BT ducts were installed in the tunnel and the annulus grouted up to complete the works.

Paddington LTVA Project

Paddington LTVA Project

Paddington LTVA Project

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