If you have a damaged sewer or drainage system, it is advisable to get it fixed right away. It can contribute to other problems such as undermining the structural integrity of the surrounding area. This can cause poor sanitation and severely disrupting water flow, creating an unhealthy and unsafe environment.
We ensure that all our civil drain engineers are fully trained in all aspects of street works and traffic management as standard.
Meeting all the latest health and safety requirements, our excavations are completely safe for our engineers, the general public and the environment alike.
Reasons for Drain Excavation
There are many reasons why you may require a complete drainage excavation including:
Subsidence, resulting in pipe disconnection.
Tree root infestation of pipe or drainage system.
Incorrect installation / material of pipework.
Inappropriate soil conditions.
Our Civils Team Deals with More Than Just Drain Excavations
Sewer Connections • Septic Tank / Cesspool Tank Installations
Pumping Station Refurbishment / Installations • Stormwater Attenuation
Trail Holes & Soakaway Testing • Sewer & Drainage Diversion
Sewer & Pipe Grouting • Groundworks
Oil Interceptors / Separators • Section 104 and 185 Agreement Works
Manhole Reconstructions • Water Supply Pipe Repairs
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CCTV Drainage Survey, Drain Cleansing and De-Silting
A64, North and West Yorkshire
Reactive, complete solution to remove blockage from a vital culvert on a stretch of highway. Subscan worked throughout the night to minimise disruption to local community.
Subscan were appointed on emergency works as a vital culvert was blocked under the A64, causing major flooding across the highway. As the only major transport link from Leeds to the East Coast, the drainage solution caused a huge problem to the general public.
Our team were tasked in removing all excess water on the highway using our fleet of jet vac tankers. Once all of the water was removed our team completed a detailed CCTV drainage survey to locate the blockage. The culvert required de silting and cleansing to restore the flow to the structure.
The works were carried out over three nights shifts and 8 tonnes of silt removed from site. All flow was restored, and the highway was back to full operation.
“The Subscan UDS team of surveyors and drainage engineers helped our minor works team out again and did a thoroughly professional job. We will continue to work with Subscan on LNE projects throughout the region.”
Lee Sanderson, Building & Civils Project Manager, Construction Marine Ltd