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Uncatergorised • 13th May, 19 • 0


Welcome to our latest blog 

We have been very busy over the last few weeks keeping our clients happy with a range of diffrent services 

Our excavation team have been completing a number of system renewals and diverts for private and commercial clients,   a sewer assett replacement was completed in Mold prior to build over,   a ground water management stratagy was designed and installed at a property in Hawarden after a Welsh Water Sewer Divert was installed and signed off.   This week we are working on the Wirral in Frankby,  replacing a collapsed drainage system in a driveway plus a new Sewer Connection in Wrexham for a new development of multiple properties. 

Our reactive teams have been saving the day for many, many clients as always.  Including work for domestic, commercial and property managment clients,  this includes work throughout our area in towns such as.   Mold,  Buckley, Flint, Ruthin, Holywell, Bagillt, Chester,  Wrexham, Saltney,  Hawarden, Denbigh, Heswall, E.Port,  West Kirby, Hoylake, Deeside, St Asaph.   Some of these reacive calls were at,  Pubs,  Hotels, Hospitals, Shops,  Churches, Care Homes &  Railway Sites 

Our suvyeying department has been working on a large industrial facility and a new built multi million pound school, plus house purchase surveys and problem system surveys,  In the next few weeks our team is working on a number of projects including work for a large estate, a leading construction company and more build over surveys for review by Welsh Water and United Utilities

Lining repairs are booked in for the next few weeks,  repairing a drainage system causing subsidence to a property plus lining repairs in Wreham to repair a broken pipe under an extension which is blocking up every few months. 

We are also investigating eviromental issues at a site, currently we are planning the installation of a very large sewage treatment tank with the client and authorities 

Have a great week,   get in touch if we can help you 

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