Bulkwork Contractors North Wales & North West

Bulk Excavation – Demolition Contractors North Wales & North West

Expertise, Experience and Capability – These are the hallmarks of our Earthwork’s team who are one of the most respected and professional in the area.

Utilising our modern fleet of Caterpillar and Volvo equipment, we are able to offer a quality and efficient service to main contractors and clients. Our trained supervisors have the experience and expertise to overcome the many problems that surface during complex earthwork’s contracts.

The same investment has been made for surveying operations. Surveying is a major part of planning large scale projects to achieve the highest efficiency in distributing materials. We use a combination of CivilCad and Geosite to ensure the correct volume of material is deposited in the most effective location. Over the past 10 years, we have gained excellent experience in the excavation of rock. As we are located in North Wales, which has a huge variance of rock strengths and characteristics, we have the knowledge of what is required to economically and successfully excavate large volumes of hard material.

Bulk Excavation Experience

A494, Loggerheads 150,000m3 cut/fill 10 weeks

TNT DC, Tamworth 35,000m3 cut/fill (Sandstone) 6 weeks

Lidl, Bangor 10,000m3 Excavate & cart away (Shale) 6 weeks

Tremadog Hospital 12,000m3 cut/fill (Shale) 2 weeks

Penmon Fish Farm 40,000m3 cut/fill (Limestone) 6 weeks

Gowy, Landfill 500,000m3 cut/fill (Peat & Clay) 20 weeks

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End of REnescience Project Report

http://www.jenningsbce.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Northwich-123.mp4 Following the successful construction of the original REnescience scheme in Northiwich, Cheshire. Jennings were approached directly by Orsted (formally DONG Energy) to undertake the civils element of the extension works to house supplementary equipment for the existing waste to energy site. We worked alongside processes contractor, Colbalt Energy to deliver this scheme for the Client. As anticipated, the reclamation of the brown field site proved very challenging. Specialist techniques were used to discover and remove buried obstructions for the proposed Vibro Stone Columns used to stabilise the site. Obstructions varied in depth from 1 – 4m, ranging from large redundant reinforced concrete bases to a brick culvert system which covered approx. 500m2 of the site. These were all removed successfully with no reported refusals for the VSC which covered 1,700m2. With over 1,200m3 of hazardous and 3,000m3 of non-hazardous excavated material to dispose of, on-site stockpiling strategies needed to be followed strictly on a live site where space was at a premium. All the above co-ordinated with the diversion of over 1,000m of existing services. With a tight milestone programme in place, Jennings were successful in the handover of the Extension ground floor slabs which were cast in the thick of winter adding difficulty to the build. The overseas arrival of equipment to be housed within the Reactor and Sorting Hall was dependant on the ground floor slabs being in place with sufficient curing time. A new surface water drainage network was installed, including a ‘back up’ attenuation system, to suit the proposed extension layout along with the reconfiguration of over 3,000m2 of reinforced concrete hardstanding. All this...

RAF Valley March Safety Award

The March safety award goes to two operatives from Jennings, Rhidian and Harry. Rhidian is recognised for his banksmans role during a very difficult excavation and install from the main electrical sub station on the base to the new medical centre during which time many services known and unknown were uncovered and crossed without any damage. It goes without saying how important it is to ensure live services are not damaged and particularly difficult when they are unknown and even more so when working on an operational air base so well done Rhidian (and also thankyou to absent excavator drivers). Rhidian, as a young person at the start of his career, displays an excellent attitude to safety and hopefully he will take this with him as he progresses. Harry is recognised and thanked as the most improved for his efforts in maintaining a good health and safety attitude during his time on a Galliford site. Not once have I had to ask him to put on PPE both task specific and general which can become quite a headache at times and distracting from other issues managers have to deal with. Once again many...

Welsh Youth Flying Fishing Team Support

Jennings supported the Welsh Youth Fly Fishing Team, contributing to the £1400 raised in aid of their 2018 International. Jennings is pleased to receive their letter of thanks shown below. I.S.G. (contractors for Rhyl’s SC2) and Laing O’Rourke (works at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd) were also...