Road & Bridge Rehabilitation
The primary objective of road rehabilitation is to restore the road to an acceptable standard and condition to accommodate vehicular traffic. Road rehabilitation projects include patching, repaving or total road reconstruction depending on the degree of deterioration of the existing road.
Bridges are designed and constructed to allow the safe passage of vehicles and personnel typically over a river or water channel. Bridges were designed and constructed to industry standards keeping a balance of quality and cost.
Drainage and Landslips Works
Drainage infrastructure is imperative to the proper redirection of surface water run-off and prevention of flooding. Examples of drainage infrastructural works undertaken by PSAEL are box drains, kerb and slipper drains, culvert crossings etc.
A landslip or landslide is the sliding of a body of soil which formed a slope. This causes damage to structures on the slope. In order to stabilise the soil preventing further movement and damage, a retaining structure is built. Examples of retaining structures are retaining walls, sheet pile walls, geotextile reinforced walls, gabion baskets etc. These retaining structures are built to industry standard ensuring high quality engineering design and construction. Usually landslides occur along roadways therefore landslip rehabilitation works also includes road rehabilitation.
Pavilions were constructed at several community recreational grounds to offer seating accommodation to spectators and changing/bathroom facilities to athletes and the general public. These pavilions were constructed to industry standards.