This project formed a part of the wider Dalmuir1 environmental improvement programme of work in the north side of Glasgow to enhance the sewer network capacity and reduce the frequency of unplanned overflow spills into the River Clyde.
The main elements of work included:
The entire site overlay old mine workings which required to be grouted and in addition 7m long, sleeved rock anchors were installed to secure the adjacent fragile River Kelvin quay walls.
The location was on the historic site of Partick Castle and initial reduce-level excavations uncovered 800-year-old foundations of the old Bishop’s Palace which in medieval times had been the holiday retreat of the leaders of the powerful Glasgow clergy of the day. Archaeologists considered them to be the most significant find in Glasgow for over a century
The overall project involves the off-site fabrication and installation of a new linkspan structure at Oban Ferry Terminal for client Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMal).
12th February 2019
GL making a return visit to the Sound of Kerrera off Oban, to undertake substantial repairs to the breakwater which suffered collision damage following an altercation with a workboat earlier this year.
14th December 2018
Michael Matheson MSP and Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity covered all his portfolios at the official opening of the new Polmadie Footbridge giving pedestrian and cycle transport access,
18th September 2018