Arbus has played a key role in the construction of the new North Bersted Relief Road in Bognor.
The North Bersted Relief Road cost £8 million and is the first part of a second-part plan to improve traffic flow around Bognor Regis. The new road connects the A259 Chichester Road with Rowan Way and reduces traffic congestion and delays in North Bersted.
The project took just under two years to complete and Arbus supplied and installed safety fencing and culvert handrails. The road is 1.8km and part of it is built on a two-metre high embankment that is made up of 100,000 tonnes of earth where the road passes through the flood plain. The earth was dug out to form a drainage pond next to the road and two large culverts are located beneath the road so that flood water can continue to disperse.
Contracted by O'Halloran & O'Brien, we received a letter of commendation from the client for our work, which was delivered on time and on budget. This is what we’re most proud of: “We would like to thank you for helping O'Halloran & O'Brien construct the Relief Road at North Bersted. Could you please send a big ‘thank you’ to all your employees who worked on this project – their help was much appreciated”.
This was a fantastic project to be involved with, not least as it’s a local one, and showcases our range of specialist fencing services. The second half of the traffic improvement plan, the Felpham Relief Road, is due to open in spring 2016.
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