Client: The National Trust
Project start: December 2011
Project finish: May 2012
Location: Cliveden, Taplow
J Browne Construction were awarded this prestigious project through a competitively tendered submission.
The project requirement is to deliver a 2km foul sewer diversion which travels through the highly sensitive ecological and archaeological site.
The location has numerous sensitive areas of beauty including the Russian Valley which has grade 1 listed grass requiring temporary removal and replacement after the diversion has cross the valley.
Elements of the landscaping and reinstatement works are: 3000m2 of footpath with majority of reinstatement with a breathing gravel material coloured to match existing.