JOHN SISK & SON
TEMPORARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
CHM produced Preliminary Stage Temporary Traffic Management Plans and associated Risk Assessment on behalf of the client SISK Contractors. This included the review of the current National road design and identifying the construction stage traffic management requirements to facilitate the works and road users.
The project includes the widening and realignment of an Crompan Bridge structure and approaches: R623; Eastgate way; N25 east & westbound off slips; Glounthaune Road. Traffic management measures implemented: Lane Narrow; use of T2 W5 containment level barrier; full road closure & diversion routes; shuttle system. The CHM role was to analyse the National Road design and develop a preliminary stage traffic management proposal which would accommodate the construction works whilst maintaining traffic flow throughout. The advantage of this process was that it identified typical issues that would only be identified during the construction stage of a project. Issues such as: local access need, construction traffic routes, works passing, road closure and diversions were identified.