Kensal Green sub-station access road
Start
May 2017
End
June 2017
Client
Morgan Sindall
Location
Kensal Green, London
VGC contract value
£220,000

We were contracted to build the access road into the National Grid’s newly built sub-station at Kensal Green.

The works included:

  • laying 350m of kerbs
  • preparing road formation level to total road area of 2,200m2
  • laying asphalt over four days in two layers 60mm AC20 DBM base course and 40mm HRA 55/10 surface course
  • 100m of white lining within the sub-station
  • installing granite drainage chippings to 50mm depth over an area of 400m2.

We also carried out asphalt patch reinstatement on the Canal Way access road.Kensal Green substation

We completed the access road in five weeks. It was ready before the sub-station was commissioned in early July 2017.

“It’s a very nice piece of work…. Well done!”
Email from Morgan Sindall Energy’s section engineer

All VGC staff involved on the project took part in Persons and BESC training and are approved for further work on sub-stations.