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  • rail and structural engineering were provided by jnpgroup consulting engineers on this collasping signal box
    Retail Renewables Sustainability Student Accommodation Transport and Highways Jobs Contacts Site Map Case Studies Rail Redhill Bus Station Blotoft Signal Box CIS Midlands Stations Elstree Borehamwood Hindley Station Mauldeth Road Station Medge Hall Redhill Bus Station Staines Station Refurbishment Victoria Station Workington North Latest News Story How does the Flood Water Management Act 2010 affect you The new Act will impose much greater liabilty on developers to obtain detailed design approval to surface water drainage at the Planning Stage rather than at detailed design stage JNP Group have extensive experience of cost effective approaches to surface water drainage strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More JNP Group provided a full range of Civil Structural and Environmental Engineering services including Transport Assessments S278 Highway Improvements Contaminated Land Remediation Foul Surface Water Drainage Vehicle routing The Redhill Bus Station project involved the remodelling of an out dated bus station to serve modern vehicles and provide Disabled Access It comprised a bespoke steel and glass canopy waiting room refurbishment and external works drainage remodelling using state of the art software for vehicle routing Project Value 0 5 Client Reigate Banstead Borough Council Architect BPR Architects Limited Contractor Walker

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/rail/redhill.php (2016-02-11)
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  • Refurbishment of Staines station | JNP Group
    Rail Residential Low Rise Residential Medium Rise Residential High Rise Retail Renewables Sustainability Student Accommodation Transport and Highways Jobs Contacts Site Map Case Studies Rail Staines Station Refurbishment Blotoft Signal Box CIS Midlands Stations Elstree Borehamwood Hindley Station Mauldeth Road Station Medge Hall Redhill Bus Station Staines Station Refurbishment Victoria Station Workington North Latest News Story How does the Flood Water Management Act 2010 affect you The new Act will impose much greater liabilty on developers to obtain detailed design approval to surface water drainage at the Planning Stage rather than at detailed design stage JNP Group have extensive experience of cost effective approaches to surface water drainage strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More JNP Group services provided Structural Steelwork design Foundations Retaining wall and ramp structures Appraisal and alteration of existing buildings Refurbishment of Staines station required updating to install a new ticket gating system and to provide disabled disability access to new design standards JNP Group provided structural engineering services including provisions of new ramps retaining walls ramps and extensive structural alteration of the existing building Client South West Trains Architect BPR Architects Ltd Our Brochure Download our company brochure as a

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/rail/staines.php (2016-02-11)
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  • jnpgroup acted as designer for C Spencer Ltd for a scheme of repairs to various areas of the roof of Manchester Victoria Station.
    impose much greater liabilty on developers to obtain detailed design approval to surface water drainage at the Planning Stage rather than at detailed design stage JNP Group have extensive experience of cost effective approaches to surface water drainage strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More JNP Group services provided Assessment of ExistingSstructures Structural Steelwork Alteration of Existing Structure Maintenance and Repair of Fabric JNP Group acted as designer for C Spencer Ltd for a scheme of repairs to various areas of the roof of Manchester Victoria Station The roof was defective in several locations due to a combination of age corrosion of steelwork caused by exposure to the prevailing weather and to the aggressive environment created by the smoke and other contaminants from the earlier use with steam engines There was also damage to the roof structure and cladding caused by the 1996 IRA bomb that had been detonated in Manchester city centre The design work undertaken by JNP Group related to the replacement or strengthening of steelwork trusses the modification of a large steel lattice girder over the entrance to the adjacent MEN Arena to which access can be gained from the station concourse

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/rail/victoria_station.php (2016-02-11)
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  • jnpgroup consulting engineers formed part of the design and build team
    Rise Residential High Rise Retail Renewables Sustainability Student Accommodation Transport and Highways Jobs Contacts Site Map Case Studies Rail Workington North Blotoft Signal Box CIS Midlands Stations Elstree Borehamwood Hindley Station Mauldeth Road Station Medge Hall Redhill Bus Station Staines Station Refurbishment Victoria Station Workington North Latest News Story How does the Flood Water Management Act 2010 affect you The new Act will impose much greater liabilty on developers to obtain detailed design approval to surface water drainage at the Planning Stage rather than at detailed design stage JNP Group have extensive experience of cost effective approaches to surface water drainage strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More Workington North Temporary Station Following the devastating floods in Workington in November 2009 the main road and pedestrian links across the river were either lost or declared unfit for use Network Rail s response was to build a temporary station and open it to the public within 7 days JNP Group rose to the challenge by providing structural details and on site advice and supervision to enable Network Rail to fulfill its promises The station was opened as promised at 9 00 am Monday morning Our Brochure

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/rail/workington_north.php (2016-02-11)
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  • jnpgroup consulting engineers formed part of the design and build team
    Park Stone Latest News Story How does the Flood Water Management Act 2010 affect you The new Act will impose much greater liabilty on developers to obtain detailed design approval to surface water drainage at the Planning Stage rather than at detailed design stage JNP Group have extensive experience of cost effective approaches to surface water drainage strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More JNP

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/residential-low/burleigh_road.php (2016-02-11)
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  • Redevelopment of this 20 acre into a residential development faced some daunting geotechnical and environmental considerations to challenge jnpgroup
    Analysis Transport Impact Reporting Agreement With KCC Highways Negotiations With Kent County Council NHBC S278 Offiste Highway Design S38 Design S104 Design SUD s Design Pioneering Reinforced Butt Raft Design Egg Base Raft Foundation Structural Design Full 3D Earthwork Analysis Project Management This challenging site was a former Blue Circle Cement chalk quarry Active operations on site ended in the late 1980 s JNP Group consulting engineers successfully achieved the following Pioneered a revolutionary method of fill consolidation Enabled profitable development of a site thought un developable Provided cost effective designs and solutions for Roads Drainage Foundations Structure Geotechnics Off Site Highway Works The quarry is some 39 metres deep of which 60 has been backfilled with end tipped Thanet sand and the remaining 40 partially backfilled with Whiting Dross surplus slurry from the production of White Portland Cement This material the past has been has been used as filler for comment medicines toothpaste and as an additive in the manufacture of bricks to form imperfections and give the illusion of a hand made brick Redevelopment of this 20 acre into a residential development faced some daunting geotechnical and environmental considerations These were as follows How to treat 39m of un compacted fill How to deal with the toothpaste consistency of the whiting dross How to provide surface water drainage on a site where the water table is above the base of pit and being kept artificially low by pumping from still active nearby Blue Circle quarries JNP Group consulting engineers carried out extensive Geo environmental investigations and following lengthy consultations with Kent County Council and the NHBC as Building Regulation Authority gained approval to the following methodology Vibro consolidate and reinforce the top 5m of Thanet sand with specially installed vibro rubble columns at 2 3m centres in a

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/residential-low/crayland_lane.php (2016-02-11)
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  • Dean park comprises the former premises of Lees Lime works, a Victorian, Edwardian lime works in use by Blue Circle Cement up to the Second World War
    S104 Design 3D Earthwork Strategy Control Earthwork Project Management Control The site comprises the former premises of Lees Lime works a Victorian Edwardian lime works in use by Blue Circle Cement up to the Second World War The site was derelict until the early 1990s when a decision was made to redevelop the site and planning permission for housing obtained Part of the site was occupied by a large Blue Circle flue dust tip with an irregular and inadequate capping Unacceptable levels of alkaline leachate were emanating from the flue dust tip and remedial action was required Contamination was present over a large part of the site resulting from the former industrial use over the latter part of the 19th and early half of the 20th century The total site area is approximately 20 acres JNP Group consulting engineers provided planning design and supervision of full geotechnical and contamination site investigation Analysis of findings negotiations with the Environment Agency method statements for the avoidance of waste management regulation license and preparing 3D earthworks drawings and specifications for relocation of flue dust tip including provision of new capping and drainage details and provision of two full size football pitches on top of the reprofiled and relocated tip JNP Group consulting engineers provided full earthworks 3 dimensional analysis and cut and fill drawings cut and fill volumes for the earthworks contractor to move contaminated and uncontaminated soils around the site to render site safe for housing This saved the need for exportation of contaminated material and importation of additional clean material JNP Group consulting engineers controlled the earthworks including monitoring of compaction and gaining agreement from the Highway Authority The Environment Agency and NHBC following completion of earthworks Full civil and structural engineering design of entire estate including all drainage roads foundations

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/residential-low/dean_park.php (2016-02-11)
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  • jnpgroup consulting engineers formed part of the design and build team
    strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More This mixed residential development of 2 to 3 storey houses and 4 storey flats by Barratt Kent was under taken on a highly contaminated former gas works The site was bound to the east by an operational gas works and to the north by a main line railway The scheme included significant remediation works including installation of a bentonite cut off wall on the boundary line with the current gas works excavation and removal of highly contaminated back fill from historic gas storage tanks exisitu bioremediation temporary sheet piling within 1m of a 24 inch live gas main and piling adjacent to the railway The scheme also allowed for the removal of existing culverts across the site and replacement with a new open water course The revised levels necessitated the construction of a new weir structure and culverted bridge structure to KCC approval under the section 38 highway The remodelling of the local water course took into account flood levels and surface water discharge from the site Significant surface water attenuation was required to meet Environment agency limits on discharge Residual contamination beneath a clay capping layer prevented the use of soakaways Earthwork modelling and arising calculations were undertaken to limit costly off site tipping of hazardous waste and to provide positive falls within soft landscape areas towards the watercourse Levels to the west of the site rose sharply requiring slope stability analysis and careful consideration of levels Green reinforced earth embankments we adopted in a number of locations in part beneath new section 38 highways Negotiations with Kent Highways the Environment agent Transco Network Rail and NHBC were required for various elements of the scheme including Party Wall matters Off site section 106 works included highway improvements

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/residential-low/Sandhurst_Park.php (2016-02-11)
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