REX Civil Engineering
REX Civil Engineering
REX Civil Engineering
REX Civil Engineering
REX Civil Engineering
REX Civil Engineering

Facilities at RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland are being upgraded as part of investments costing more than £400 million altogether. The Moray base is home to four Typhoon fighter jet squadrons, a new fleet of Poseidon Maritime Patrol aircraft, IX (Bomber) Squadron and an RAF regiment squadron.

Runway Upgrades

Work to resurface two runways has been carried out as part of a £75million upgrade, while the intersection between them has been stripped, strengthened and resurfaced. The refurbishment began in late 2019, as part of a contract awarded to VolkerFitzpatrick Ltd by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation.

Facilities at RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland are being upgraded as part of investments costing more than £400 million altogether. The Moray base is home to four Typhoon fighter jet squadrons, a new fleet of Poseidon Maritime Patrol aircraft, IX (Bomber) Squadron and an RAF regiment squadron.

Runway Upgrades

Work to resurface two runways has been carried out as part of a £75million upgrade, while the intersection between them has been stripped, strengthened and resurfaced. The refurbishment began in late 2019, as part of a contract awarded to VolkerFitzpatrick Ltd by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation.

Facilities at RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland are being upgraded as part of investments costing more than £400 million altogether. The Moray base is home to four Typhoon fighter jet squadrons, a new fleet of Poseidon Maritime Patrol aircraft, IX (Bomber) Squadron and an RAF regiment squadron.

Runway Upgrades

Work to resurface two runways has been carried out as part of a £75million upgrade, while the intersection between them has been stripped, strengthened and resurfaced. The refurbishment began in late 2019, as part of a contract awarded to VolkerFitzpatrick Ltd by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation.

Facilities at RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland are being upgraded as part of investments costing more than £400 million altogether. The Moray base is home to four Typhoon fighter jet squadrons, a new fleet of Poseidon Maritime Patrol aircraft, IX (Bomber) Squadron and an RAF regiment squadron.

Runway Upgrades

Work to resurface two runways has been carried out as part of a £75million upgrade, while the intersection between them has been stripped, strengthened and resurfaced. The refurbishment began in late 2019, as part of a contract awarded to VolkerFitzpatrick Ltd by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation.

M271 Redbridge Junction Upgrade

Client

Interserve

Highways (Civils)

Sector

Location

Southampton

Project Value

c. £14m

Project Description

Highways England announced their recommended design for this scheme, referred to as our “preferred route”, in 2017. When they decided on this route they took into account the feedback the public gave them during their public consultation in 2016.

The preferred design meant that the new Redbridge roundabout would include the following:

  • a segregated left turn lane for traffic leaving the M271 and going towards the port. This includes moving a toucan crossing further from the roundabout to increase visibility and improve safety

  • a new replacement pedestrian footbridge

  • a new lane for traffic heading north on the M271 from the Port and City

  • refurbishment of the northern subway at Gover Road

  • closure of the southern subway - this will be compensated for by a new toucan crossing over the roundabout carriageway

  • a new southern cycle path

  • paths to support all pedestrian and cyclist movements across the roundabout

REX Civil Engineering - Scope of Work

REX Civil Engineering were engaged  to provide Engineering support to the project across all disciplines.

Duties include but not limited to:

  • Package Managing sub-contract packages from setting out to handover

  • Setting out and surveying using Leica and Trimble total station and GPS, inclusive of establishing control networks.

  • Material reconciliation and procurement

  • Progressive completion of handover documentation & testing records

  • Quantity take offs from IFC drawings for material procurement and programming of unit quantities

  • Producing task specific RAMS and simultaneous operation RAMS for multiple sub-contractors works under Traffic management

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Further Information & References

Further information relating to the works carried out by REX Civil Engineering at RAF Lossiemouth and our capabilities relating to surfacing operations and 3D model control is readily available. At REX, we are always open to provide client references giving a first hand account of the positive experiences encountered from our professional services.

 

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