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JDP supplies water management solution for A30 highway project

  • 28 Jun 2016

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JDP has supplied an effective drainage water management solution for a £33m highway improvement contract on the A30 near Bodmin, Cornwall. 

The project, headed by Kier Construction, is to dual a 4.5km section of the A30 between Temple and Higher Carblake, to ease congestion on the last section of single carriageway.

JDP was contacted to provide an effective drainage solution consisting of over 47 tonnes of covers and gratings from specialist manufacturer Peter Savage, including the Savage V-Max and Savage Ultra. The V-Max is specifically designed for highway slip form drainage and provides durable and easy un-obstructed access with a captive but removable grating. All specified products are fully H104 compliant.

The project is expected to run for 22 months, with completion in Spring 2017.

JDP has an extensive range of products to provide effective drainage for highways and civil engineering works including solutions for road building, retaining walls and embankments, ground stabilisation, SuDs and surface water drainage.

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