This medieval church had problems with water damage and took the correct step in requesting professional civil/drainage advice.
We visited the site and inspected the damage and to understand why the damage was occuring. It was clear in two locations of the higher side the rill discharge points had become obstructed with excessive silts and vegetation. We climbed the tower to consider the potential of failure of water collection and discharge of the main church roofs.
We are happy to provide independent professional advice on any of the following: Public / Adoptable pumping stations Private pumping stations Septic tanks and cesspools Treatment works Field treatment drain or other natural reed bed systems Our Director Stephen Gibson is a former Lead Design Engineer for the UK's largest water company – Thames Water Engineering. My experience with Thames Water should be invaluable in providing good professional advice in relation to sites with existing sewerage problems or where new sewerage...read more
We have experience in the civil design of petrol stations and vehicle repair centres. Many existing and new centres are badly designed with basic separators and a failure to provide separation and water quality treatment. Such centres are often a hot spot for pollution to watercourses and groundwater. We are keen to assist Forecourt operators in evaluating their existing operation water quality risks and solutions. We can also design the civil works for the stations. ( Mechnical, Electrical and Fuel by others) We have worked closely with the...read more
Refurbishment of hotels or other leisure facilities can be a challenging time. Loss of revenue during works often means construction work needs to be done quickly, but to a high standard. An efficient design and a swift response to any design changes can be important. A good contractor is an important element, but they cannot make up for the critical value that an experienced design team can bring. You can find out more about this leading venue and the lessons learned. The transformation of the Dormy House Hotel and...read more