Aarsleff Ground Engineering has won the piling contract for a new residential development’s housing access road in Manchester.
The contract, awarded by Construction Partnership UK (CPUK), consists of the installation a sheet pile retaining wall for a new housing development
Aarsleff will install 175 linear metres of steel sheet piles to create a 4m retaining wall to hold up the main access road into the new Buckton View housing development. The 1.76ha site will comprise of 36 houses.
Aarsleff’s senior technical estimator Ashley Carter said: “Having previously installed a sheet piled cofferdam for CPUK on the Rhenus Logistics headquarters in Port Salford, we are delighted to have been given the sheet piling contract for Buckton View.”