Old Dover Road

Project background

A London Highway Alliance Contract (LoHAC) project on behalf of KIER (LoHAC South Area) for the main client, Transport for London (TfL).

The works are part of the client’s ongoing commitment to public safety as well as maintaining the structural integrity of Old Dover Road Bridge, which carries the A207 and crosses the A102 (Blackwall Tunnel Southern Approach) in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, London.

Project description

Damjul Ltd carried out Structures Condition Survey of the Expansion Joints (including Endoscopy of the Ballast wall), CCTV Surveys of the Service Bays, Trial Hole Testing along the carriageway and footway. Various remedial measures were recommended, and preliminary designs carried out.

The purpose of the investigations is to establish structural integrity checks, offer recommendations and key information to inform the detailed design process (i.e. Phase 2 of the works).

Services Provided

Project Management, Structures Inspections, Endoscope Survey, Trial Hole Testing and reinstatement of surfacing material, Technical Reporting, Preliminary Design.


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