ERH are delighted to have been awarded an extremely important and exciting environmental scheme for the Grangetown area of Cardiff.
The Greener Grangetown project, secured under Lot 10 of the South East Wales Highways Framework (SEWHF) will provide a sustainable urban drainage solution for the Grangetown area of Cardiff. As Principal Contractor ERH will undertake a number of key activities including site clearance, creating rain gardens, drainage, footway reconfiguration, public realm works, landscaping and paving works.
The council held consultation events in Grangetown giving members of the local community the opportunity to find out more about the scheme and put forward their views to the three project partners, the City of Cardiff Council, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water and Natural Resources Wales.
ERH’s Civil Operations Director Ken Evans said “this is a hugely significant scheme for the project partners and the area of Grangetown and we are delighted to be appointed Principal Contractor to deliver this important project. We are already working closely with the client to ensure communication is maintained throughout the scheme with the residents situated in close proximity to the works.”
Works will start by the end of November 2016; the current planned programme of works is approximately 40 weeks.