Our wide range of engineering and business capabilities and technical skills within the company, have been applied to the challenge of the reclamation, remediation and regeneration of derelict and contaminated land in a number of situations.
Whilst the delivery of high quality engineering and project management skills in the provision of infrastructure, remediation and hard and soft landscaping is very important, it is the way in which we deliver these construction services that enables us to add value to our clients' projects.
Our philosophy is to fully engage with our clients' wider project objectives and to contribute to the achievement of key sustainability targets through:
We have completed schemes with the Homes and Communities Agency under partnering agreements at the £12M flagship site at Middlehaven Docks on Teesside and the £22M New Islington Sustainable Community Scheme in Manchester. The schemes were registered demonstration project with the Movement for Innovation (M4I) and Constructing Excellence respectively, these are widely regarded as a measure of our commitment to innovation and client focussed business practices. These schemes were particularly noted for there sustainable construction. We have also been involved in the award winning reclamation £13M Central Corridor scheme at Blackpool, the £18M reclamation scheme at Smiths Dock and following extensive ECI are currently involved in the delivery of the £85M Reclamation and Remediation of the Avenue Coking Works Site at Chesterfield, recognised as one of Europe's most contaminated sites.