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Dukinfield Waste Water Treatment Works – Nitrifying Trickling Filter

Civil Geotechnical Structural

PaSCoE were commissioned to design the civils structures associated with the construction of a new Nitrifying Trickling Filter (NTF) to supplement an existing bank of NTF’s supplied by a single distribution chamber. The works included the design and detailing of piled foundations for the new post tensioned precast segmental tank…

Ben Gill, Cumbria – Back to Nature

Civil Earth Structures Geotechnical Structural

Engineering work on the weir of Ennerdale Water in the 1950s raised the level of the lake, increasing its storage capacity and ensuring a more secure potable water supply. As part of this work, one of the tributaries of the River Ehen (Ben Gill) was diverted to Ennerdale Water via…

Sustainable Urban Drainage – Innovative underground storage solution

Civil Geotechnical Structural

Working in partnership with Stormwater Management Ltd we have provided the technical support to assist in the design and construct an innovative sustainable urban drainage system – the Elevator attenuation storage tank. The unique uPVC permanent formwork solution creates an innovative means of economising material needs whilst achieving excellent structural…

800 year old Kirkstall Forge gets a new lease of life

Civil Earth Structures Geotechnical Structural

A historic part of Leeds is being given a new lease of life as Kirkstall Forge is set kick start the regeneration of the area. For over 800 years Kirkstall Forge has been a vital part of Leeds’ industrial heritage, with this part of the city forging metal since 1147…

Hayeswater Reservoir returned to a natural tarn

Civil Geotechnical

After more than 100 years of public service Hayeswater Reservoir has been restored to the natural mountain tarn it once was. Dammed in 1908 to provide drinking water to communities around Ullswater the reservoir was declared surplus to requirements in 2005. The project team of United Utilities, PaSCoE, and Eric…

Ogden IR Advance

Civil Structural

Following flood studies and physical modelling it was determined that the existing Ogden Reservoir was unable to pass a Probable Maximum Flood (PMF). To accommodate the PMF event, the existing spillways and overflows needed improvement.  However to enable these improvements to be carried out, advanced works were required to divert…

Ogden IR Sheet Piles & Channel

Geotechnical Temporary Works

Flood studies and physical model tests demonstrated that the original overflow and spillway facilities at the Ogden Impounding Reservoir were unable to pass the Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) without overtopping onto the main earth embankment with a consequent risk of failure due to the destructive action of out-of-channel flows.  The…

Ogden IR Wedge Block

Geotechnical Structural

Flood studies and physical model tests demonstrated that the original overflow and spillway facilities at the Ogden Impounding Reservoir were unable to pass the Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) without overtopping onto the main earth embankment with a consequent risk of failure due to the destructive action of out-of-channel flows.  The…

Ogden IR Dam Stability

Geotechnical

Flood studies and physical model tests demonstrated that the original overflow and spillway facilities at the Ogden Impounding Reservoir were unable to pass the Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) without overtopping onto the main earth embankment with a consequent risk of failure due to the destructive action of out-of-channel flows.  The…

Milwr Tunnel

Civil Structural Temporary Works

Milwr Tunnel is a mine drainage adit extending 10 miles from Cadole near Loggerheads, Denbighshire to Bagillt on the Dee Estuary in North Wales. The tunnel outfall is located approximately 100m inland from the banks of the River Dee and water flows to the Dee via a 18m wide 6m…

Holden Wood IR

Civil Earth Structures Featured Geotechnical Structural Temporary Works

Flood studies and physical model tests demonstrated that the existing overflow and spillway facilities at the Holden Wood Impounding Reservoir were unable to pass the Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) without overtopping onto the main earth embankment with a consequent risk of failure due to the destructive action of out-of-channel flows….