The scheme comprised of the detailed design of 2.2 km of bypass up to three lanes wide, incorporating large diameter culvert and pumping station beneath the Stirling Alloa Kincardine railway line. The scheme also comprised design of two new signal controlled junctions within Kincardine Village, and a cycleway running parallel to the route as part of the National Cycle Network. Key to the scheme was the remediation of old mine workings to enable the bypass to cross the redeveloped areas.
Tony Gee was the principal designer, responsible for the highway, structural and geotechnical design of the project and liaising with the specialist consultants designing the landscape and environmental aspects. Tony Gee also provided site supervision services and certification of the construction.