N21 Croagh Road Improvement Scheme

The N21 Croagh Road Improvement Scheme comprised of works to aid traffic calming and to improve road safety along a 1.2km stretch of the N21 Limerick to Tralee road. The scope of the work included the construction of 2 No. traffic calming gateways, the installation of traffic calming islands and buildouts, the replacement of 2No. bus bays, the modification of two existing minor junctions with restricted turning movements and various other minor ancillary works.

Traffic management was crucial to ensure the least possible disruption throughout construction, this included traffic calming, signage, safety barriers, public lighting etc.

Main Quantities

  • Earthworks 2,400m3
  • Drainage 629m (150-225m dia) with associated manholes
  • Ducting 300m
  • Kerbing 1245m
  • Concrete Footpaths 1652m3
  • Traffic calming Gateway islands and associated Buildouts  2No.
  • Repeater traffic calming Islands and associated Buildouts  8 No.
  • Accommodation Works
  • Topsoiling 5000m2
  • Signage
  • Extension of existing box culvert with 2No. 2m sections
  • Watermain for community group scheme  60m
  • Stonework with railing 12m
  • Bus bays 2.No

Client

Limerick County Council

Client Representatives

Kilgallen and Partners

Date

October 2012 – December 2012

Contract Value

€295 083

Location

Croagh, Co. Limerick

Date

January 22, 2021

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