Partial Closures On Hammersmith Flyover
Part of the final phase of the refurbishment
Transport for London Transport for London (TfL) has appointed Costain to upgrade the central reservation and drainage as part of the final phase of strengthening and refurbishing the Hammersmith Flyover.
To further reduce noise TfL;
• plan to carry out the majority of the noisy activities during the day
• where practical, they say they will use the quietest equipment available
• and where possible, screen work areas with sound barriers
From Wednesday 15 January between 22:30 to 05:00 TfL will be removing the materials broken out during the day from the central reserve for three nights. However, there are small sections of the central reservation that can only be broken out at night time to ensure the safety of personnel and road users. These works will commence on the night of Saturday 20 January 2014 from 22:30 to 05:00 for 10 nights. In this instance they will use an enclosed sound barrier to minimise noise as much as possible, however it is likely that some noise will be audible due to the nature of the works.
Between June and September 2014, it will be necessary to carry out a limited number of weekend closures in one direction to carry out concrete repairs, replace the waterproofing and resurface the flyover deck. TfL will update local residents with more information about upcoming works in advance.
If you have any queries or would like more information please visit the visitors centre at 3 Sussex Place and speak to their community liaison officer every Wednesday between 7am– 9am and every Thursday between 5.30pm – 7.30 pm. Alternatively, you can contact TfL 24h/7 on 0343 222 1234, via the web at www.tfl.gov.uk/contact or via email at email@example.com
January 10, 2014