East Rhyl Coastal Defence COVID-19 Statement

April 15, 2020

The health, safety and wellbeing of all those who work with and for us, as well as the general public, is always our priority.  In line with current guidance on COVID-19 from the UK Government and in association with Denbighshire County Council, the East Rhyl Coastal Defence project will commence in April 2020. 

 

The project will remain operational where we are able to appropriately implement the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) issued on 24 March 2020 by the Construction Leadership Council, and endorsed by Public Health England, to ensure the continued health, safety and wellbeing of all those who work with and for us.

 

We recognise the situation is evolving, and we will continue to shape our approach and keep our employees updated, whether working on our sites and contracts or at home. Our Crisis Management Team meets daily to understand the evolving situation and to enable Balfour Beatty to respond swiftly to any changes.

 

At Balfour Beatty we construct and maintain critical infrastructure at the backbone of both the economy and people’s daily lives. We remain focused on ensuring we can continue to contribute to supporting both the UK economy and local communities, now and when normal conditions return.

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The East Rhyl Coastal Defence Scheme will reduce the risk of coastal flooding in the Garford Road area of East Rhyl.

The East Rhyl Coastal Defence Scheme is led by Denbighshire County Council, with support from the Welsh Government. Balfour Beatty has been appointed as the main contractor to deliver the Coastal Defence Scheme, and is currently working with Denbighshire County Council, and the Environmental and Engineering Consultancy JBA Consulting through early design and development works.

The project will involve the construction of a rock revetment structure immediately in front of the existing sea wall, with improvements to the existing wall over a length of around four hundred metres, from Splash Point heading East.

The East Rhyl Project will expand upon the recently completed flood storage works completed by Denbighshire County Council since the coastal flood event in 2013.

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