Peugeot Works is a collection of brand-new homes constructed by our long-standing clients Taylor Wimpey. JLES were awarded the project on a consult and construct basis working as; Main Contractor, Managing Agent & Technical Consultant.
The highways & sewers on this project were built over a period of 10 years by various groundworks contractors. When Taylor Wimpey appointed JLES, the development had been subject to a lot of general wear & tear, and these aspects required extensive remedial works carrying out before all roads and footways could be final surfaced.
• Five phases of remedial and final surfacing works.
• Street lighting restorative works.
• Sewer cross-connections.
• All sewer works and network concluded and adopted immediately.
• Legal works & planning amendments.
• JLES legal team implemented short form Section 38 agreements.
• Installation of block paved focal squares.
• Associated tree planting throughout the entire scheme.
• Lump sum, fixed cost contract to secure S104/185 sewer adoption.
• Lump sum, fixed cost contract to secure highways sign-off on a ‘phase by phase’ basis.
• Works invoiced upon Local Authorities written acceptance.
• Resident liaison and customer care package.
• Consultancy and technical support work to satisfy Severn Trent Water & Coventry City Council design requirements.
Due to the length of the build programme, the early phases of this development had been subjected to a decade of wear and tear which resulted in large areas of the footways and road being re-constructed in entirety.
The Section 38 Agreements had not been executed and significant inconsistencies existed between the designs and the as-constructed infrastructure.
“We appointed JLES as our Contractor/ Consultant to undertake the Estate Completion Works on our development in Coventry. They facilitated the immediate adoption of the sewer network throughout the entire scheme and have completed the remedial works and final surfacing to 4 phases of the project, achieving sign-off by Coventry City Council. All works were completed on programme and with very little resource expended by Taylor Wimpey, resulting with the scheme being placed onto its maintenance period. We are looking forward to them concluding the remaining phases and achieving final adoption of the scheme in the near future”