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  • Careers | RJ McLeod
    and Corruption Close Careers Contact Us Careers At RJ McLeod we are always on the lookout for high quality individuals Agents Engineers General Foremen and Quantity Surveyors to join our team We offer an attractive salary package along with structured working as necessary in a good working environment We welcome applications from across the civil engineering spectrum and accordingly if working for us is of interest then please forward your

    Original URL path: http://www.rjmcleod.co.uk/careers/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Contact Us | RJ McLeod
    Bribery and Corruption Careers Contact Us Menu Home About Us History Close Projects Roads and Structures Marine Infrastructure Energy Streetscaping Waste Facility Flood Prevention Close Video Company Policies Quality Health and Safety Environmental Management Equal Opportunities Anti Bribery and Corruption Close Careers Contact Us Contact Us Head Office Registered Office 2411 London Road Glasgow G32 8XT Tel 0141 764 2411 Fax 0141 764 2434 Email glasgow rjmcleod co uk North

    Original URL path: http://www.rjmcleod.co.uk/contact-us/ (2016-02-09)
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  • A82 Crianlarich Bypass | RJ McLeod
    Management Equal Opportunities Anti Bribery and Corruption Close Careers Contact Us Roads and Structures Marine Infrastructure Energy Streetscaping Waste Facility Flood Prevention A82 Crianlarich Bypass Client Transport Scotland Value 5 05M Engineer Grontmij Completed 2015 Commencing in September 2013 this contract was for the construction of a bypass to re route the A82 trunk road to the west side of Crianlarich It included construction of 1 3km of single carriageway road including two roundabouts and tie ins to the existing A82 a pedestrian underpass to carry the West Highland Way retaining wall watercourse culverts including mammal underpasses and various new accesses to land and properties off the A82 The bypass will help reduce congestion at the site where the A82 and A85 trunk roads meet and also help traffic to avoid low bridges Key Issues West Highland Way remaining open to walkers throughout construction of the pedestrian underpass Disruption to local residents and business owners kept to a minimum maintaining good relationships with all Surplus of materials from cut fill utilised in reprofiling natural line of conifers located in adjacent areas Positive input into local economy through employment rental of staff accommodation and patronisation of local facilities Principal Elements included

    Original URL path: http://www.rjmcleod.co.uk/services/roads/roads-2015/a82-crianlarich-bypass/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Bell’s Bridge Refurbishment | RJ McLeod
    works were carried out under ICE 5th conditions for the refurbishment of this footbridge originally built in 1988 to coincide with the Glasgow Garden Festival The 3 span bridge links the Scottish Exhibition Conference Centre SECC with Pacific Quay on the south side of the river and the refurbishment works included installation of bridge locking piles concreting of existing piles refurbishment of M E and steelwork installation of lighting including

    Original URL path: http://www.rjmcleod.co.uk/services/roads/roads-2014/bells-bridge-refurbishment/ (2016-02-09)
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  • A77 Symington to Bog End Toll | RJ McLeod
    Opportunities Anti Bribery and Corruption Close Careers Contact Us Roads and Structures Marine Infrastructure Energy Streetscaping Waste Facility Flood Prevention A77 Symington to Bog End Toll Client Transport Scotland Value 10 60M Engineer URS Ltd Designer Tony Gee and Partners LLP Completed 2014 The contract was for the design and construction of two grade separated junctions including 2 no 51m span 100 tonne bridges on the A77 Trunk Road between Spittalhill Interchange and Dutch House Roundabout within South Ayrshire The project included earthworks drainage service diversions signage road markings and traffic management as well as environmental and landscaping measures Key Issues Working immediately adjacent to and on line of the A77 Trunk Road for 5 6km stretch Construction of 2 no 50m single span bridges incorporating installation of 2 no braced pairs of 100t I beam sections in each Direct liaison with 25 local landowners with works taking place within their boundaries Close consultation required with Police Scotland Scotland TranServ and South Ayrshire Council in order to minimise disruption Development of 2 no borrow pits for the scheme in close proximity to the works Full archaeological watching brief during the early stages of the works Weekly ecological checks during bird

    Original URL path: http://www.rjmcleod.co.uk/services/roads/roads-2014/a77-symington-to-bog-end-toll/ (2016-02-09)
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  • A75 Dunragit Bypass | RJ McLeod
    Energy Streetscaping Waste Facility Flood Prevention A75 Dunragit Bypass Client Transport Scotland Value 17 13M Engineer Mouchel Designer CH2M Hill Completed 2014 The contract was for the design and construction of a bypass of the village of Dunragit located between Newton Stewart and Stranraer and altering of the existing A75 carriageway to include for cycle use The construction of 5 2km of WS2 1 carriageway has given both eastbound and westbound road users dedicated and safe overtaking opportunities through the provision of a third lane Included in the project were earthworks road pavement construction culvert installation construction of 2 bridges drainage watercourse diversion environmental and landscaping measures service diversions road markings and installation of traffic signage Key Issues Works located within an area designated as a Scheduled Ancient Monument SAM and involved extensive environmental and landscaping mitigation measures Works carried out offline with 4 tie in locations to the existing A75 Construction of 2 major bridge structures one over a railway line and one access bridge over the new trunk road Drainage outfalling through 5 new SUDS ponds Works within close proximity to major gas main servicing Northern Ireland Procurement of local resources including materials plant hire human resources and

    Original URL path: http://www.rjmcleod.co.uk/services/roads/roads-2014/a75-dunragit-bypass/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Ullapool Harbour Berth Improvements | RJ McLeod
    Flood Prevention Ullapool Harbour Berth Improvements Client Ullapool Harbour Trustees Value 7 15M Engineer Wallace Stone LLP Completed 2014 The project was for the extension of the existing pier to accommodate a new passenger ferry The works included preparation of the underwater foundations and installation of a reinforced concrete caisson constructed off site extensive shot blasting remedial works painting of the existing pier structural steelwork and provision of new parallel motion fenders and quay services RJ McLeod developed a temporary works design to strengthen and fit out the caisson for towing this allowed the controlled installation of the caisson to 25mm tolerance in a single overnight shift between ferries and to resist berthing loads from the new ferry in the temporary case to allow early use of the berth whilst the deck structure and services were completed in situ The works were carried out under NEC 3 Option A conditions of contract Key Issues Working within an operational harbour accommodating passenger ferries freight ferries fishing boats and fuel deliveries works carried out around ferry timetable with no disruption permissible Reinforced concrete caisson constructed off site at Inchgreen Dry Dock in Greenock on the River Clyde to be subsequently towed to

    Original URL path: http://www.rjmcleod.co.uk/services/marine/marine-2014/ullapool-harbour-berth-improvements/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Scrabster Harbour Pier Redevelopment | RJ McLeod
    Scrabster Harbour Pier Redevelopment Client Scrabster Harbour Trust Value 16 93M Engineer Gardiner Theobald Completed 2013 The contract was for the replacement of the existing quay to provide a multi function quay to serve oil and gas renewables and fishing industries The works carried out under NEC 3 Option A conditions of contract included demolition of existing quay sea based dredging and installation of steel piled quay faces pontoons and

    Original URL path: http://www.rjmcleod.co.uk/services/marine/marine-2013/scrabster-harbour-pier-redevelopment/ (2016-02-09)
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