Jersey Airport Remediation and the Reinstatement of the Fire Training Ground


  • A long history of fire training left a legacy of hydrocarbon and foam contamination in the near surface soils. An Environmental Impact Assessment was necessary to support the planning application and a Fate and Behaviour study for the Consent to Discharge.

  • Nine options were considered for the remediation design with the favoured option being encapsulation, capping and isolation.

  • Following preparation of the site Remediation Contract Documents, IPM procured the contract on behalf of the client and provided Resident Engineer and Clerk of Works supervision services.

  • IPM were appointed to project manage and administer the contract and provide supervision for the Reinstatement Contract phase.

  • The Reinstatement Contract comprised the construction of an evaporation cell to retain and reuse precipitation falling on the site, as well as the construction and commissioning of a new dual fuelled training rig and ancillary structures.

  • Both projects were completed on time and within budget.

  • The entire project was shortlisted under the JeCC environmental awards

 

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PROJECT DETAILS

  • Jersey Airport
    St Peter
    Jersey
  • Client:
  • Jersey Airport
  • Start Design:
  • Remediation
    March 2003
  • Reinstatement
    January 2004
  • Completion:
  • Remediation
    August 2003
  • Reinstatement –
    August 2004
  • Project Value:
  • £4.3m
  • Services Provided:
  • Project and Cost Managment
  • For further information on this Project please Contact:
  • David Mason
  • T: 01534 752752
  • E: davidmason@ipm.je