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  • N2 CLONTIBRET to CASTLEBLAYNEY ROAD SCHEME N2 CLONTIBRET to CASTLEBLAYNEY ROAD SCHEME Monaghan / IRELAND Clare County Council

    Construction Period

    October 2005 - October 2007

    Project Description

    The total length of the road is 15.8 km, which is constructed 2+1 lanes in high quality. Moreover, there are 12 bridges constructions in the scope of the project, 6 of which are underpass bridges and 6 Culverts. Monaghan County Council propose to realign the N2 National Primary Route over a length of 15.9 km between the town lands of Moy Otra, near Clontibret village, and Drumcrew on the Carrickmacross Road, just south of Castleblayney. The project includes for the provision of a 2+1 lane road, a three-lane road with two lanes in one direction of travel and one lane in the other. This road type provides safe two-lane overtaking zones, which alternate with one-lane sections, at intervals of approximately 2 km. The traffic streams are separated by a safety barrier which prevents overtaking manoeuvres on the single-lane sections. Right turning will only be permitted at designated junctions to reduce the number of conflict areas and to enhance safety.

    Main Contractor

    GAMA - Tubin Construction Limited (100% owned by GAMA)

    Scope of Work

    For earthworks, total excavation of 1,926,000 m3 performed which consisted of 164,917 m3 top soil stripping, 386,409 m3 peat excavation, 8,930 m3 rock excavation, 1,135,994 m3 acceptable and 230,350 m3 unacceptable excavation. Total amount of general fill is 1,792,793 m3. Furthermore, 386,409 m3 of imported rock fill for soft soil locations were utilized. 70,000 m3 of sub-base material spreaded during the execution of the project.

    Main bill of quantities;

    • Site Clearance: 800,000 m3
    • Topsoil Stripping: 142,000 m3
    • Excavation Over Burden: 1,150,000 m3
    • Excavation Rack Material: 200,000 m3
    • Excavation Peat / Bog: 540,000 m3
    • Embankment Construction: 1,350,000 m3
    • Construction Import Starters: 435,000 m3
    • Construction Import Capping: 154,000 m3

    Notes

    This project has been executed by GAMA Construction Ireland Ltd.

  • N18 ENNIS BY-PASS, N85 WESTERN RELIEF ROAD PROJECT N18 ENNIS BY-PASS, N85 WESTERN RELIEF ROAD PROJECT Co.Clare - Ennis / IRELAND Clare County Council

    Construction Period

    48 Months (April 2004 - April 2008)

    Project Description

    The project is constructed for the N18 National Primary Route which is from Dromoland where the Newmarket on Fergus Bypass terminates to Cragard on the existing N18, 4 km south of Crusheen. The N85 Western Relief Road is constructed from Claureen on the existing N85 Ennistimon Road. It is extended southwards, crossing the N68 at Cahircalla, and the existing N18 north of Killadysert Cross to connect with the new N18 Eastern Bypass route at Killow.

    Main Contractor

    GAMA - Strabag Construction Ltd.

    Scope of Work

    1. 2.6 km of new road constructed as dual carriageway and 2 km of new and widened road constructed as 10 metre wide single carriageway, which form the N18 Eastern Bypass
    2. 2.5 km of new road constructed as dual carriageway and 9 km of new road built as single carriageway, which form the N85 Western Relief Road
    3. 3 grade separated junctions including ramps on the N18 Eastern Bypass
    4. 6 roundabout junctions on the N85 Western Relief Road
    5. 16 new structures, including 3 river bridges one of them being 180 m long Fergus River crossing steel bridge and 3 railway bridges
    6. Provision of 40 km new Trunk Watermain with diameters up to 600 mm for the length of the N18 and N85
    7. Various minor side road diversions and 10 km new link roads to existing roads
    8. Associated drainage, fencing, ducting, watermain, lightning, signs and road markings
    9. Main bill of quantities;
      • Site Clearance: 2,190,000 m2
      • Topsoil Stripping: 220,000 m3
      • Acceptable Excavation: 830,000 m3
      • Unacceptable Excavation: 240,000 m3
      • Peat Excavation: 890,000 m3
      • Rock Excavation: 560,000 m3
      • General Fill: 1,800,000 m3
      • Imported Fill: 970,000m3
      • Peat Rock Fill: 900,000 m3
      • Imported Rock: 340,000 m3
      • Sub-base: 315,000 tons
      • Road base: 250,000 tons
      • Base Course: 75,000 tons
      • Wearing Course: 550,000 m2
      • 29,000m & 120,000m Drainage & Watermain

     

    Notes

    This project has been executed by GAMA Construction Ireland Ltd.

  • BALLINCOLLIG BY-PASS PROJECT CONSTRUCTION OF 12 KM OF MOTORWAY, 7 KM ROAD AND 9 BRIDGES BETWEEN OVENS - BALLINCOLLIG BALLINCOLLIG BY-PASS PROJECT CONSTRUCTION OF 12 KM OF MOTORWAY, 7 KM ROAD AND 9 BRIDGES BETWEEN OVENS - BALLINCOLLIG Cork / IRELAND Cork County Council

    Construction Period

    34 Months (November 2001 - December 2004)

    Project Description

    Phase I: Construction of 12.6 km of new road built as dual carriageway and 1.2 km of new and widened road built as a 10 m wide single carriageway, which form the N18 Eastern Bypass. Construction of 2.5 km of new road built as dual carriageway and 4.6 km of new road built as single carriageway, which form the N85 Western Relief Road. Construction of 3 grade separated junctions including ramps on the N18 Eastern Bypass. Construction of 6 roundabout junctions on the N85 Western Relief Road. Construction of 10 major new structures, including 5 underpasses. Construction of 4 overpasses side road diversions and 10 km of new link roads to existing roads. Construction of 60 km drainage, fencing, ducting, watermains, lighting, signs and road markings, all in European Union Standards.

    Phase II: Bandon Road Roundabout Advance Works includes the Widening of the Bandon Road roundabout carriageway, Construction of the eastbound exit ramp from Ballincollig Bypass to Bandon Road Roundabout, Construction of Heiton-Buckley’s two-way link road and the westbound ramp from Bandon Road Roundabout to Ballincollig Bypass, Remodelling of the Dunnes Stores Bishopstown shopping centre public road access and widening of the N71 for app.240m.

    Main Contractor

    GAMA Tubin Construction Ltd.

    Scope of Work

    Phase I:
    • Construction of app. 1,350,000 m3 of embankments
    • Excavation of app. 110,000 m3 of rock material
    • Excavation of app. 1,120,000 m3 of overburden
    • Excavation of app. 196,000 m3 of topsoil
    • Import of app. 400,000 m3 of Class 6A, 6B and 6C material
    • Construction of app. 170,000 m3 of capping layer
    • Construction of app. 85,000 m3 of sub base
    • Construction of app. 370,000 m2 of road base
    • Construction of app. 350,000 m2 of surfacing
    • Erection of fencing and safety fencing
    • Construction of 9 RC over bridges
    • Design and construction of 11 RC culvert structures
    • Design and construction of 5 RC underpass structures
    • Construction of RC retaining and gabion walls
    • Erection of public lighting over app. 5 km of the scheme
    • Construction of drainage and ducting
    • Construction of accommodation works
    • Traffic signs and road markings
    • Grassing and landscaping

    Phase II:

     

    • 1.5 km of new road constructed as dual carriageway
    • Widening and re-surfacing of Bandon Road Roundabout and 240 m of N71 road
    • 1 culvert
    • Associated drainage, fencing, relocation and service ducting, lighting, signals, signs and road markings
    • Excavation 38,000 m3
    • Import 67,000 m3 of acceptable material
    • Construction of 2,282 m3 of sub-base
    • Construction of 15,211 m2 of road-base
    • Construction of 24,855 m2 of surfacing
    • Erection of fencing and safety fencing
    • Construction of Ø1800 P.C culvert
    • Construction of reinforced concrete retaining and gabion walls
    • Erection of public lighting
    • Construction of 3,660 m drainage and ducting
    • Construction of accommodation works
    • Traffic signals, traffic signs and road markings
    • Grassing and landscaping

     

     

    Notes

    This project has been executed by GAMA Construction Ireland Ltd.

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