C J Thorne have recently started work on a new project at the National Cat Centre. The £250k project will involve upgrading the existing car park and providing additional parking spaces. A retaining wall will also be built in order to improve the line of sight on the site’s access road.
C J Thorne has recently started work for West Sussex County Council to replace an existing historic footbridge that had fallen into disrepair.
The bridge is located over the River Adur so gaining access to the bridge was a bit of a challenge! Fortunately, due to the recent good weather, work is progressing well. The old bridge has now been removed with sections salvaged for the local museum.
The new piled foundations are nearly complete and the new 21 m footbridge was delivered to site from Holland this week, ready for installation.
We have recently completed a project at Astral Towers in Crawley to extend the existing car park, which has provided 75 additional parking spaces.
The £220k project included earthworks and landscaping in an environmentally sensitive area and combined the skills of staff from both C J Thorne and Hobart Paving Ltd to complete the works. Well done to Steve, Lee and their team for doing a great job.