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Lessons learned on Wadesmill bypass


Lime stabilisation lessons learned on the troubled A10 Wadesmill bypass will not be incorporated into Highways Agency guidance notes until the end of 2005 at the earliest, a spokeswoman told NCE this week. 'A revision of Guidance Note HA 74/00 will include best practice identified on the A10, but our consultant Mott MacDonald has still not finalised its conclusions, ' she added.

'But there have been few problems with the current version.'

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