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News: Shot in the Dark

Primrose Hill UTX - Microtunnelling Solution (Guided Augerbore)

HBT was called to site J Murphy & Sons to provide a working solution including full design to allow rising main to pass under the running rails at Primrose Hill & construct pump chamber.

 



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Article: Rise to the Occasion

More new clients for HB Tunnelling, we where contacted to assist with 3 number new installations as the client was confused with what others where offering. Upon undertaking a site visit it was established that the client was looking for a full turn key contractor to undertake 3 no installations.

 

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Article: Thinking Outside The Box

Very often, we get asked to deliver awkward projects that our more mainstream competitors either can’t get their heads around, or aren’t in a position to deliver because of their company delivery structure & inflexibility. Here at HB Tunnelling, we’re proud to say that one of our strengths is our ability to think outside of the box, and deliver results that meet or exceed all the clients’ requirements.

 

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Article: Burst On To The Scene

Andy Fallon said “We have not long added pipe-bursting to our armour, in fact it was never in the company planning. Due to receiving many enquires from clients, we have passed them the details of a leading company within the industry. After several weeks later we receive a call back from the clients saying that the company has not provided quote or not responding, I feel that I am letting down these clients by pointing them in the right direction but they are not getting a service they deserve.

 

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Article: On The Rocks With A Splash of Lime

A multi-million valued scheme is currently being undertaken by Thames Water and its Eight2O consortium – who are two design and build joint ventures that comprise Costain and Atkins, and Skanska, MWH and Balfour Beatty, plus MWH as the programme manager, and which is aimed at protecting the River Kennet chalk stream. This comes as the Environment Agency are currently making changes to the water company’s abstraction licence, which is to come into force in April 2017, of which reductions for the Kennet – which is one of only 200 chalk streams in the world, are part of a national programme to help restore sustainable abstractions across the country.

 

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Article: Mind The Gap

HB Tunnelling was contacted to assist with new installation of a 225mm diameter foul line at Penshurst Rd, London. Upon undertaking a site visit it appeared that the main foul sewer had been penetrated by local builders using piling equipment & filled sewer with concrete.

 

 

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Article: HBT – On Fire

Mainstream we are not! Yet another scheme that required some serious thinking outside the box. Here at HB Tunnelling, we’re proud to say that one of our strengths is our ability to think outside of the box, and deliver results that meet or exceed all the clients’ requirements. 

HBT where contacted to look if any value engineering & design change could be undertaken to remove the newly designed water tank system at Snetterton Renewable Energy Plant.

 

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Article: Schools Out!



HBT were contacted by the client to assist with the installation of 250mtrs of 150mm foul line. As part of the development of the new residential housing development project, we were commissioned by McPhillips to provide new foul sewer connections for the development.

 

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Article: Bourne to Succeed

Very often, we get asked to deliver awkward projects that our more mainstream competitors either can’t get their heads around, or aren’t in a position to deliver because of their company delivery structure & inflexibility. Here at HB Tunnelling, we’re proud to say that one of our strengths is our ability to think outside of the box, and deliver results that meet or exceed all the clients’ requirements. 

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Article: Heading is the Quay to Success

HB Tunnelling were approached by the Client/Consulting Engineers to look at the best approach to connect an 450mm foul line from the site to the existing foul sewer located within the new prestigious development South Quay Plaza at Canary Wharf.



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Article: Down Down, Deeper & Down

Working with great clients is always a huge plus to the supply chain of the Construction Industry; when HB Tunnelling were approached, we were only too happy to provide our experience and expertise to develop a range of solutions for the multiple trenchless techniques that would be required on the Ramsgate sewer network improvements scheme.



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Royal Connection

Building on the relationships established with our client HB Tunnelling was contacted to assist with new installation of a 150mm diameter foul line at Radford Semele. Semele Park is a development of brand new homes in the pretty Warwickshire village of Radford Semele, only one mile from the elegant Regency town of Royal Leamington Spa/ This historic village is located south of the River Leam and surrounded by farmland.

 

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Article: Heading Down to Kensington High St

Holland Green is a prestigious development of 3 new apartment buildings, grouped around the proposed new home of the Design Museum at the south of Holland Park. The buildings are grouped around the new Design Museum (former Commonwealth Institute exhibition hall). The 62 flats will comprise 9 x 1-bedroom, 13 x 2-bedroom, 28 x 3-bedroom, 11 x 4-bedroom and 1 x 5-bedroom units. The new buildings are arranged parallel with the exhibition hall, creating strong cubic shapes in a park setting. They range from 7 to 9 storeys high, together with a secure basement car park, a spa and entertainment rooms...

 

 

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