CROSSRAIL PLUMSTEAD MAINTENANCE FACILITY Client: ATC Value: £15m Location: Plumstead Duration: Ongoing We are currently undertaking a project for ATC on behalf of Crossrail constructing the Plumstead Maintenance Facility. The site is located in south east London on an old waste disposal facility. We are co-located in a central office forming a ‘One team’ project approach with ATC, Crossrail, other contractors and the design consultants Arup / Atkins. The high level scope of the project consists of:- Three non electrified infrastructure maintenance sidings Accommodation building housing offices & welfare facilities Maintenance building to maintain infrastructure rail vehicles Storage facilities, the main one being the undercover stores Vehicle parking and laydown areas Various small ancillary buildings / structures The J Coffey Infrastructure scope of works consists of the following aspects of the scope detailed above:- Bulk excavation and removal of old foundations and hard standings Deep drainage and connection to existing Thames Water sewer system Foul and storm water drainage system Reinforced concrete foundations for the accommodation building, maintenance building and the undercover stores Cast in items including drainage, service / utility ducts and holding down bolts New cast in situ reinforced concrete retaining walls Installation of new rainwater harvesting tank, oil interceptor tanks and silt traps Utility ducting and cast in situ reinforced concrete utility chambers and under track crossings Train wash and train refuelling slabs Project planned on a phased handover of the site to accommodate the construction & fit out of the main Crossrail tunnels. Project team working closely with the client and Crossrail to ensure the project is delivered successfully, on time and on budget.