The Meadows Gyratory

Camberley, Surrey

The Meadows Gyratory main

Background

The major redevelopment scheme of an existing gyratory to improve traffic flow, accommodate increased capacity and provide new signals operating under ‘real-time’ urban traffic control. Works included:

  • New right-hand turn for access to the A331 southbound and the M3 without using the main roundabout;
  • Increased length of queuing lane for drivers approaching on the A331 from Frimley and the M3;
  • New traffic lights and vehicle detectors;
  • Improved crossings for pedestrians and cyclists;
  • Surface water drainage upgrade and accommodation of STATs companies;
  • Landscaping and stream clearance; and
  • Vehicle restraint systems.

Our Services

Base Quantum provided quantity surveying and night-time supervisory services. Responsibilities included:

  • Interim measures, valuations and payment certificates;
  • Change control procedures and assessment of compensation events, including extensions of time;
  • Contractual commercial advice and guidance;
  • Contractual communication management and recording;
  • Defect notification;
  • Testing instructions and site supervision; and
  • Progress reporting and photography.

Neil Benneworth


The Meadows Gyratory

Camberley, Surrey

The Meadows Gyratory main

The Meadows Gyratory panel

Background

The major redevelopment scheme of an existing gyratory to improve traffic flow, accommodate increased capacity and provide new signals operating under ‘real-time’ urban traffic control. Works included:

  • New right-hand turn for access to the A331 southbound and the M3 without using the main roundabout;
  • Increased length of queuing lane for drivers approaching on the A331 from Frimley and the M3;
  • New traffic lights and vehicle detectors;
  • Improved crossings for pedestrians and cyclists;
  • Surface water drainage upgrade and accommodation of STATs companies;
  • Landscaping and stream clearance; and
  • Vehicle restraint systems.

Our Services

Base Quantum provided quantity surveying and night-time supervisory services. Responsibilities included:

  • Interim measures, valuations and payment certificates;
  • Change control procedures and assessment of compensation events, including extensions of time;
  • Contractual commercial advice and guidance;
  • Contractual communication management and recording;
  • Defect notification;
  • Testing instructions and site supervision; and
  • Progress reporting and photography.

Neil Benneworth


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