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This project was set up with a capital investment of over £150k to save energy and decrease the risk of the aeration process causing the site to not meet the CAR license. We were asked to electrically remove, install, integrate and commission new blowers of a different manufacturer while keeping the site live.
To deliver a fully off-site built Surface Water Pumping Station to provide appropriate drainage in order to prevent flooding risk to the St Cements Well, Wallyford development. The development has planning permission for the construction of 1,450 new homes, which will include a new primary school, making it one of the largest residential developments in Scotland.
Bancon Homes housing development at Monument View contains a mixture of modern housing situated in Inverurie and providing much needed new homes for the area. Due to the topography of the site a rising main and pumping station were required to feed wastewater to the mains sewer for treatment.
Our telemetry department was engaged with the Scottish Water Managed Delivery PM throughout the programme to ensure this job was completed safely, with no interruption to the Waste Treatment Works.
We were able to provide a unique "one-stop" service from design to telemetry commissioning of the wastewater pumping station within an 11 month period, which was only achievable through our collaborative partnership with Scottish Water and framework suppliers.
We were responsible for providing all labor, plant, materials, and equipment to safely deliver the installation of the Ammonia sampling system. The board was accurately and efficiently built within the ids_ workshop and transported to site for installation and commissioning.
Instruments were delivered in 2 shipments to cover Uists / Benbecula, followed by Lewis / Harris. Condensed installation & commissioning team visits prevented unnecessary travel, reduced the programme timescales. This all allowed efficient collaboration between the site operators and ids_ installation team.
The dosing kiosk went live into service on the following day that the Chemical Delivery Framework was on the site, controlling its phosphorous levels. Not only does this ensure the Scottish Water site remains compliant, but it also has huge savings in chemical usage.
We managed all aspects of the delivery of the electrical system, mechanical installation of the chemical dosing system, provision of instrument sample boards and provision of off-site manufactured booster sets.
Greenock Oakmall shopping center has been experiencing cases of flooding during severe rainfall, Scottish Water raised a multimillion pound investment project, delivered by ABV, to help alleviate this flooding. We were engaged by ABV to supply two Modular Assembly Framework....
We engaged specialist consultants to carry out wind modeling, environmental and ecological appraisals, and impact assessments to ascertain the feasibility of the scheme. From here we completed the application for planning permission and produced a detailed design in conjunction with specialist supply chain partners for civils and the turbine. We carried out site surveys of the existing works to ensure a seamless interface between the new works and the existing works.
Scope covered design and construction works in rural and urban environments. A detailed project schedule was produced during the tender stage and then further developed during the completion of the design phase.
Our objective was to provide a steady flow rate of raw sewage without causing an overflow and spillage into the local environment. and protect the natural environment along one of Scotland’s most beautiful stretches of coastline.
Part of the scheme was to create lighting, CCTV and car park egress/ingress car park arrangement design on behalf of BAALED lighting was the perfect solution as it only runs at 45% of the load to a similar fitting which in turn delivers 55% energy savings.
All the old systems had to be kept operational whilst the new systems were being installed which, in conjunction with very limited working hours, meant that coordination of all works was very precise. Any task undertaken during the night needed to be completed before the station was then operational again in the morning