Monday, 12 January 2015

Piling at Napier (II)

Piling works continue at the T217 Napier site. The Gleneagles Pedestrian Overhead Bridge (POB) officially closed on Christmas Eve last year, and was successfully demolished on the morning of January 9. This is the second pedestrian overhead bridge to be demolished for the Thomson Line project. Concurrent with the former bridge's demolishment is the opening of the new temporary POB.

The site area will begin to change drastically in the coming few months. 5 stages of traffic diversions have been mapped out with the first realignment scheduled to be implemented around March or April.

Under T217, Yongnam will supply and facilitate shoring related works. In addition, Herrenknecht will be manufacturing a slurry TBM and STP for the dual tunnel drives to Orchard Boulevard station.

Dec 30 - Piling works towards the south
Dec 30 - Dismantling of Gleneagles POB
Dec 30 - Dismantling of Gleneagles POB

Dec 30 - Dismantling of Gleneagles POB
Dec 30 - Dismantling of Gleneagles POB
Dec 30 - Dismantling of Gleneagles POB
Dec 30 - Dismantling of Gleneagles POB
Dec 30 - Hoardings at Gleneagles
Dec 30 - Dismantling of Gleneagles POB
January 9 - Complete demolition of Gleneagles POB
January 9 - Demolished Gleneagles POB (Picture taken from the temp POB)
January 9 - Temp POB
January 9 - Temp POB
December 30 - Aerial view
December 30 - Aerial view
December 30 - Aerial view
December 30 - Aerial view

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