TP&E Project Case Studies

The table below details some of the projects TP&E has been involved with.  Where available, a full case study can be downloaded using the links below.

Contract

Client

Job

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Argyll and Bute – Active Travel and Community Links

2009 – Present

Argyll and Bute Council

TP&E has been working with Argyll and Bute Council since 2009 covering all aspects of delivering shared use and active travel routes.

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Argyll & Bute Community Links



Argyll and Bute Council Active Travel Routes

South Ayrshire – Local Cycle and shared use Networks

2006 – Present

South Ayrshire Council

Production of feasibility studies, tender packages and site management.

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South Ayrshire Council Community Links



South Ayrshire Council Cycle Network Development

Muthill Community Development Association Active Travel Link

2011/12

Muthill Community Development Association

Production of a feasibility report and detailed design on creating an active travel route to link Muthill with nearby Crieff.

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Muthill Community Active Travel Link

Moray Council – Active Travel  Network

2010/2011

Moray Council
Jacobs

Feasibility report and detailed design on creating an active travel network.

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Moray Active Travel Network

Sustrans –  Engineer’s Representative and Route Design

2009/10 & 2011

Sustrans

Active travel route to link Muthill with nearby Crieff.

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Sustrans NCN Route Design

Sustrans Engineer’s Representative

Highland Council – Signing and Cycle Routes

2009/10

Highland Council

Production of cycle route signing strategy and detailed design of cycle route in Dingwall.

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Highland Council Signing and Cycle Routes

South Lanarkshire Council – 15 Route Reviews

2007 – 2009

South Lanarkshire Council

Production of 15 reports detailing an action plan prior to promotion of the routes. This included the use of a GPS system.

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South Lanarkshire Council 15 Route Reviews

East Dunbartonshire – Local Cycle Networks

2008/09

East Dunbartonshire Council

Production of feasibility studies, tender packages and site management.

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East Dunbartonshire Local Cycle Networks