Collaborative Construction in Heston

12 Dec
2016

Hounslow Highways joined forces in summer with Highways England to strengthen the Southall Lane bridge over the M4.

Collaborative Construction in Heston

Works included refurbishing of the bridge joints, laying a new road surface and replacing the waterproofing. The works reduce the need for future maintenance and provide further protection for the bridge structure.

Hounslow Highways Divisional Director, Martin Clack, said: “As part of our investment in Hounslow, we are carrying out major renewal works to bridges throughout the borough. Southall Lane, along with Augustus Close, has been our largest investment project in 2016 as we continue our efforts in regenerating Hounslow’s highway network." 

Southall Lane is a key route for commuters and freight travelling between Ealing and Hounslow. It also provides access to some of the largest leisure facilities in the area and an industrial estate.

The works to renew Southall Lane are part of a wider investment undertaken by Hounslow Highways, in which over 160km of roads and 140km of pavements have been resurfaced in the last four years.

 

 

 

 


Back to news

Collaborative Construction in Heston

Hounslow Highways to repair Strand retaining wall

Hounslow Highways has begun repair works to the retaining wall along a stretch of the River Thames at... Read more

Hounslow Highways cleans up following storm

Hounslow Highways crews worked through the weekend to keep the roads safe and free from obstruction following... Read more

Micro-surfacing schemes postponed

Several carriageway micro-surfacing schemes that were due to start this week have been postponed.... Read more



Cookies on the Hounslow Highways website

We use cookies and similar technologies on our websites to help provide you with the best possible experience. By using our sites and apps, you agree that we may store and access cookies and similar technologies on your device. I understand (close this notice)
You can find out more in our Cookies Policy.