The scope of work varied at each location, but all works were managed centrally with programming and resource allocation coordinated by a single Project Manager. Scale also varied, with the largest of the carparks designed to accomodate 152 vehicles.
At each location, works were staged to allow some car parking spaces to be available to commuters at all times. Temporary traffic management plans were prepared for each location. As temporary arrangements for partial closures and diversions of footpaths, car park spaces and roads varied at each location, local liaison was maintained with multiple community groups, local owners of buried and overhead services being relocated, local operators of bus connections and the operations teams at each railway station.
Scheduling of service relocation works was carried out by subcontractors accredited with the service owners and generous allowances were made in the works program to arrange approvals and timing of works by third parties.
Initially, Abergeldie was assigned work packages for 30 locations. Cost savings achieved by Abergeldie enabled assignment of an additional three works packages.