Balfour Beatty | Client: TFL | Value: £11,000,000
Improvement of the Tottenham gyratory traffic system The current one-way system has high volumes of traffic but limited crossing points for pedestrians and cyclists. This is a barrier for many residents living in the area. To improve the area, they will build a bigger and better bus station at Tottenham Hale, install more cycle parking at Tottenham and Seven Sisters stations and other key points in the area, Create more crossing points for pedestrians and cyclists and improve existing ones with tactile paving and audible signals. improve the look and feel of the area with mature trees, new seating and upgraded street lighting, create a new public square outside Tottenham Hale station, reduce the impact of traffic on Broad Lane with a 20mph speed limit and more crossing points, introduce two-way traffic on the High Road, Monument Way and Broad Lane and improve how bus routes operate in the area and where bus stops are located.
To supply recycled aggregates, 360 tracked excavators with skilled operators. Waste management i.e. skips, rolonof bins, muck away via grab & 8 wheel tippers. Rental of our yard for storage in Markfield Road, Tottenham.
O’Donovan Waste Disposal Limited is approximately 100 yards from the works, which drastically reduces the carbon footprint on the project and reduces costs for the client.