Burgess Hill – Eastern Bridge & Link Road
Homes England is committed to the delivery of an exemplary new community at the Northern Arc that will support the wider economic, social and environmental vision for Burgess Hill and the wider District. Burgess Hill is situated on the edge of the South Downs National Park and is approximately 39 miles south of London, 10 miles north of Brighton and 29 miles east of the county town of Chichester. The Northern Arc development area comprises a strategic site to the north of Burgess Hill lying between Bedelands Nature Reserve and the Goddards Green Wastewater Treatment Works.
Our Key Responsibilities
Gattica were instructed by John Sisk Builders for the project management of the utility infrastructure of the Eastern Bridge and
Link Road scheme.
Initial scope was to apply for any existing utility apparatus information, record the results in an affected/non-affected utility appraisal tracker and produce a full set of combined and individual layout drawings for each captured affected utility company. Gattica was then responsible to apply for any necessary utility diversions and/or protection measures required to facilitate the delivery of the works in Isaac’s Lane and the proposed new link road, as well as review the new utility infrastructure required to supply the Eastern development.
As part of the works, Gattica had to produce a schedule of trial holes for the areas that further site investigation was required to locate any existing services and work close with the Contractor and Contractor’s Designer to assess the impact against the proposed highway design.
Also, produce a utilities model that incorporated all agreed proposed utility diversion routes and new installations to support the delivery
of the construction works.