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AMP6 Preston Outfall - Scour Protection Revetment Works

Value £1m

Client: United Utilities

Completion: 12 June 2015

Although this was a small project, it was one of the first ones ever completed by C2V+. The scope of works was awarded for a revetment to the Preston Terminal Pumping Station Outfall. This project also included piling works from VolkerGround Engineering which is a subsidiary to the VolkerStevin business which forms the joint venture.

The technical stuff:

  • 2 weeks saved through value engineering
  • 10,962 man hours worked accident and RIDDOR free
  • No written customer complaints
  • Good integration with local authorities and customers
  • Tidal working carried out by the site team
  • 3,000 tons materials recycled to local businesses
  • 3,000 tons of rock placed in the anti-scour protection

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