Completion of Hartcliffe Way, Bristol!

In celebration of the completion of Hartcliffe Way Household Reuse & Recycling Centre, Bristol, we are pleased to showcase our final drone footage montage detailing the site from start to finish.

The contract was delivered in partnership with Bristol Waste Company, Bristol City Council and SLR Consulting.

The new facility offers access for people walking and cycling to it, as well as driving. It is home to one of the largest reuse shops and workshops in the region, selling and repairing good quality, pre-loved items that might otherwise have gone to waste. Civil engineering and building works included:

  • Site clearance and earthworks; bulk earthworks and filling.
  • Installation of new under-ground storm and foul water drainage, including attenuation features and flow controls.
  • Installation of new under-ground mains services and associated services ducting.
  • Construction of improved site access including a new bridge over the existing water-course ‘Pigeonhouse Stream’ (North Bridge – access).
  • Construction of a dedicated site exit including a new bridge over the existing water-course ‘Pigeonhouse Stream’ (South Bridge – exit).
  • Highways 278 works along the existing adjacent A3029 Hartcliffe Way.
  • Construction of new RC walls to form split-level site areas and material storage bays.
  • Installation of new weighbridge.
  • Construction of new site hard-stand areas, car-parking and site circulation roads of concrete and tarmacadam.
  • Construction of new steel-framed re-use building and associated works including internal fit-out and M&E installations.