Treloweth Lane Improvements

April 10th 2019

We are writing to let you know that Cormac will soon be carrying out work on Treloweth Lane, constructing the new footway (pavement) out to the Park & Ride at St Erth. Beginning this week, work is expected to take in the region of nine weeks, completing by around 10th June.

The existing footway is intermittent and inadequate. The works will incorporate excavating the surface, installing ducting and utilities, then constructing kerbs and laying and compacting the sub base, before final surfacing. There will also be an area of “virtual” footway incorporating and anti-skid footpath and pedestrian activated warning lights.

In order to accommodate the necessary machinery on the road and safeguard the workforce, we need to use two-way traffic lights on the road for the duration of the works. Every effort will be made to remove these at night times and at weekends, though unfortunately this won’t always be possible.

Every effort will be made to keep disruption to a minimum throughout the works. Please be assured that we very much appreciate your patience and understanding whilst we carry out this work. If you have any queries or concerns, or would like to speak to someone about this, please call 0300 1234 222, email us at contracting@cormacltd.co.uk.

 

 

 

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