This project involved the replacement of an under-track culvert on the Limerick to Tuam rail line with 4 new 2.4m x 2.4m precast concrete box culverts. The works were carried out in a short time frame of just 36 hours in order to facilitate a the re-opening of the railway line. The works carried out included ground-works, precast installation, waterproofing of units, installation of gabion units and relaying of railway tracks.
The existing metal deck bridge was replaced with a pre-cast concrete bridge. Works included removal of the steel bridge, placing pre-cast concrete bed stones, beams and parapet walls. Diversion of existing services, extensive retaining wall structures with faced gabions, permanent fencing, pre-cast concrete safety barriers and accommodation works for local residents.
At this site Iarnród Eireann Level Crossing XE46 was replaced by a single Overbridge and associated approach embankments, access roads and drainage. The Overbridge comprised of contractor designed structure and reinforced earth abutments.