The co-ordination work necessary with Network Rail is matched by the need to liaise closely with an adjacent garage owner to ensure that his premises are not affected by our demolition work.

The scheme requires the management of Japanese Knotweed in accordance with the remediation strategy determined by the client’s consulting engineer Fairhurst.

This is our first project in England for EDF Energy Renewables and will see the installation of nine, V105-3.45MW and 74m hub height Vestas turbines.

The new Wind Farm is situated within a live working peat farm run by Scotts. During the contract, we shall construct nine turbine foundations, of which all nine are to be constructed on piles.

Temporary diversion routes will replace the Core Path which runs through the site and must be closed for safety reasons.

Civil Engineering Division is pleased to announce that we are going to return to Fort William, to deliver a contract recently awarded by Morbaine Limited.

The project will run through to March 2017 and is a Design & Construct in accordance with NEC option A.

OWL have installed WSP as their onsite representative. Civil Engineering Division is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the Beckburn Wind Farm contract close to the village of Longtown, near Carlisle in Cumbria.Work has started on site and is programmed to finish by autumn 2017, with house building to continue after that date.A great deal of care has been taken to liaise with the local community during the planning stage of the scheme and this will continue throughout the construction phase.We shall also install foul drainage and surface water drainage in accordance with SUDS principles.Work has started on site and is programmed to take 12 weeks.The current enabling works will include the grouting of old mine workings, the installation of the main surface water and foul drainage outfalls and the construction of two SUDS ponds.