Mine Shaft Capping 

A recently completed design and build project which received outstanding feedback from our new client Persimmon homes. This scheme was to make safe a 52m deep vacated Coal Authority mine shaft located within the boundary of a new housing development. The design team, management and site team all worked hard on this project to complete & hand back ahead of a tight programme to allow the Persimmon home teams to continue the development. Persimmon Homes Site manager: “it was great having you on site, your team did a great job and were always professional and helpful”

Salt Mines 

Welding 5km of 500mm HDPE pipework over 3 separate pipelines, 1 carrying crude brine, 1 carrying weak brine and 1 carrying pumped weak brine for capacity improvement works for transporting Brine through Cheshire.  Using trackstar 500 series 3 and the McElroy Vault app so every weld is uploaded to a live server with all weld data, weld parameters, photographs and location of the weld All lines have been pressure tested with a type 2 test – The crude brine and the weak brine pipes were tested to 15bar and the pumped weak brine was tested to 25bar.

Suffolk Park – Pipework Project 

ECK were awarded a large contract to supply & install a new 355mm SDR 11 Sprinkler ring main and tank infill around a new industrial warehouse, totalling 1900m. Installation was followed by a data logged pressure test and commission service. Alongside the 355mm sprinkler main ECK supplied and installed gas and water pipework of various sizes.

Concreting works nearing completion in Runcorn 

Huge amount of work completed and still ongoing at one of our sites in Runcorn.The team have moved over 4000ton of earth from one side of site to the other, creating space for 6000ton of stone and 6f2 to bring the site to the customers spec. We’ve used K-form shuttering for the concrete and now poured approximately 3500meters of fibre reinforced concrete with a brushed finish. The concrete works are still ongoing and the installation of 800 2.3ton concrete blocks have now started too. Amazing work from the team, what a transformation

Completion of 2nd phase works for wood processing plant 

Eck Civil Engineering were appointed as Principle Contractor to construct the second phase of a large wood processing plant. Works included earthworks, over 3000m2 of concreting, drainage and the construction of lego block storage bays.

Royal Oldham Hospital – Gas and Water Diversion 

ECK were appointed to divert external gas and water mains to allow for construction of new hospital building.

Landfill Gas System Upgrade 

ECK Civil Engineering working in partnership with Wolf Environmental completed a full landfill gas system appraisal, remediation and new install for a major waste management company at a landfill site in London.

Loch Insh Outfall Pipe 

ECK Civil Engineering were asked to supply, weld and strategically sink a new outfall pipe to the bottom of Loch Insh in Scotland.

Ashleworth Manor 

This project was for the installation of a new ground source heating System for a private domestic house set in the Gloucester countryside.

Audley to Dunkirk HP Gas main 

Cadent identified a vulnerable location within the high-pressure gas network located in Stoke, Staffordshire. The high-pressure steel main runs through agricultural land, at the watercourse the depth of cover was insufficient, causing the steel pipe to be exposed.

Containment Bund and Slab 

ECK Civil Engineering was appointed principal contractor by Veolia to construct a new leachate containment bund. 

25000m of Pipework!!! 

ECK Civil Engineering worked as the main subcontractor, to deliver both groundworks and pipework elements of a large ground source heat project, to convert the majority of St Alexandra and Albert School heating system from existing ageing oil boiler systems, to new heat pump systems.