Contact

Updates

We were delighted to recently welcome the Renew Holdings plc Board to the project we are carrying out on behalf of Wessex Water at Holdenhurst, on the outskirts of Bournemouth.

Date Posted: 14.05.2024

“This £30 million investment will enhance the centre, which serves a population of over 200,000, to help protect Dorset’s coastlines and meet future population growth”

We were delighted to recently welcome the Renew Holdings plc Board to the project we are carrying out on behalf of Wessex Water at Holdenhurst, on the outskirts of Bournemouth.

This £30 million investment will enhance the centre, which serves a population of over 200,000, to help protect Dorset’s coastlines and meet future population growth.

Part of the Water Industry National Environment Programme, the key objectives are:

1. Constructing an extra nine million litres of storage to help reduce the release of untreated diluted wastewater from storm overflows
2. Boosting the ability to remove harmful chemicals, including some from wastewater to protect local rivers and beaches

The project is being completed under a partnership between Wessex Water, envolve infrastructure, Trant Engineering Ltd and Mott MacDonald.

At the site visit, the Board was welcomed with a site-specific induction, before being taken around the project by our site management team to see the intricate and challenging works our project team are undertaking, which consists of:

·      154 No. 750mm x 24m deep CFA piles
·      72m x 35m x 7m deep cofferdam
·      Significant and interconnected temporary works i.e. cofferdam, dewatering, crane mats, impact to adjacent plant
·      Large diameter pipework & connections
·      Insitu RC construction of storm tank including integrated pump station
·      Close coordination with the MEICA contractor to achieve the regulatory output
·      2 No. streams for chemical dosing consisting of RC delivery and storage bunds

“This site deserves an exceptional rating in every regard”

The day cumulated in an Exceptional Safety, Health, Environmental & Quality (SHEQ) Inspection, demonstrating industry best practices across the site, including:

·      First class welfare
·      Excellent safety and environmental signage and notices
·      Well managed site traffic routes
·      Great housekeeping
·      Controlling of exclusion zones and restricted areas
·      Plant & equipment management, maintenance, and storage
·      Safe and appropriate access and egress routes across the site
·      PPE
·      Management and engagement of supply chain partners
·      Environmental and ecological protection

Our Managing Director, Jamie Prichard said, “This site deserves an exceptional rating in every regard. It is well thought out, planned, and implemented. Clear controls are established and every opportunity for best practice has been implemented – Well done to all.” ‘

Updates

Explore related Updates

View All
An ‘EXCEPTIONAL” SHEQ Inspection score for our Emergency Reactive Teams working in partnership with Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water.

An ‘EXCEPTIONAL” SHEQ Inspection score for our Emergency Reactive Teams working in partnership with Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water.

Posted: 18.04.2024

Read More
Compliments flying in for our Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water Upstream Losses Team!

Compliments flying in for our Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water Upstream Losses Team!

Posted: 08.04.2024

Read More

Proud to work with