We had received a call from EDF who were looking to upgrade the current system at a property in Stogursey. Our team member Jody carried out a site visit within the same week to gain valuable information from the site. He will gather all information including the best place to site the tank and discharge. After discussions, on-site Jody was able to gather all the relevant information he required including risk assessments and method statements.

We provided a good reasonable quote which was accepted by the client. Leanne in the office was then able to put the wheels in motion and start the building notice application process. We then decided on a mutually agreed date for work to commence.

Prior to the commencement date, the office works hard in ensuring all equipment and materials arrive in scheduled delivery slots, this is vital to a smooth-running job.

Upon arriving on-site to start day one, our engineers carried out the necessary health and safety checks and started making a safe work site. The ground is also protected by special sheets before works can commence.

Planned deliveries are then taken by the engineers and works can commence. Using a 3t excavator the hole for the tank was excavated along with the pipe trenches. The muck away was stored in skips using a 1t dumper to transfer. The tank can then safely be anchored into the trench. The building control inspector was invited to inspect our works and to pass them off. The pre-arranged Suction tanker came at the designated time to decommission the old tank ready for the engineers to make the new connection. The tank was surrounded in concrete as per specific manufacturer’s guidelines.

A qualified electrician then came to make all the necessary checks of electrical works and issued a certificate of compliance to support the building notice. We then backfilled and reinstated the ground to an impressive finish.

The site was cleaned and tidied and all plant and skips were off-hired. Our client was very happy with our work and advised the tenants were over the moon. We always endeavour to cause minimal disruption to the site at all times.