*** Covid-19 Update ***

Stonbury are immensely proud to be supporting our clients across the UK at such a crucial time and have been designated as 'key workers' by DEFRA and the UK water utility companies. Our teams are working tirelessly to help secure and maintain drinking water supplies, ensuring clean and safe drinking water is provided without interruption to critical services such as our hospitals as well as the general public. Now more than ever, the safety and wellbeing of our staff is of the utmost importance and we have adapted our safe working practices to ensure social distancing precautions are in place and that the correct hygiene practices are being followed. Safety is our priority, and we endeavour to make sure everyone at Stonbury goes home safe to their family.

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Making the switch to Electric Vehicles

With plans to replace all ICE vehicles within the next five years, Stonbury is currently working on strategies and incentives to increase the number of electric vehicles used throughout the company.

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Access Track Installation

Stonbury was contracted to construct a new trackway to improve access to a pumping station and extend the existing turning area. The works were required as the existing track became unusable during flood events and restricted emergency access to the pumping station.

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FILTER BED REFURBISHMENT

As a part of an ongoing Slow Sand Filter Framework, Stonbury carried out refurbishment works to several filter beds that required repairs to the walls, and floor replacements due to deterioration over time and reduced performance.

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Wastewater solutions for a resilient future

As an established contractor within the wastewater sector, Stonbury is excited to provide environment-conscious methods in maintenance, refurbishment and new build solutions.

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BIO-FILTER LIVE REPAIRS

Stonbury completed masonry repairs to three bio-filter beds in the South of England. The works took place in sequence to allow the bio-filters to remain in service for the twenty-week construction program duration.

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APPLICATION OF BONDED MEMBRANE TO CYLINDRICAL COLUMNS

A client approached Stonbury to complete a routine flood test as a part of a flood test and cleaning programme. The flood test was carried out over five days due to the roof’s size - approximately 12500M2. The flood test revealed points of ingress and internal coatings that had failed.

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Reed beds: playing a key role in Water Industry Carbon Reduction

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REEDBED REFURBISHMENT

Stonbury were engaged to carry out refurbishment works to a reedbed system at a Water Recycling Centre (WRC) in the South of England. The site serves a small community, with the reedbed providing settlement and treatment capacity for effluent before it reaches the watercourse. The works were required as the reedbed had ceased to be effective, due to sludge, overgrown reeds and leaf litter.

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Service Reservoir Floor Refurbishment

A framework client contracted Stonbury to carry out refurbishment works to a service reservoir floor where soft concrete issues had been identified. The floor surface had been deemed unsafe to walk on due to multiple slips, trips and falls inside the tank.

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STONBURY CONFIRM 3-YEAR FABRICATION FRAMEWORK WITH SEVERN TRENT & HAFREN DYFRDWY

Stonbury is delighted to secure a position on the multi-lot Fabrication Framework for Severn Trent and Hafren Dyfrdwy during AMP 7.

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Stepped access Design, Fabrication & Installation

A client asked Stonbury to stabilise the banks at a monitoring station on the River Isbourne to improve the safety of the access to the river bank. The scope included the installation of a secure, gated, non-slip staircase with handrails, and cleaning and calibrating the river level gauge boards.

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Circular tank Insulation Installation

Stonbury was asked to provide a solution that would shield two above-ground steel tanks from the summer heat. The works were required as the temperature during the summer months was promoting the growth of bacteria inside the water tanks.

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STONBURY SECURE POSITION ON SERVICE RESERVOIR MAINTENANCE FRAMEWORK WITH THAMES WATER

Stonbury is thrilled to confirm their recent success in securing a place on Lot 1 and Lot 3 of the Thames Water Service Reservoir Maintenance framework during AMP 7. Initially running for three years there will be an opportunity to extend the framework for a further five.

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CATCHWATER INTAKE MODIFICATION

Stonbury was contracted to carry out modifications to an intake located on an impounding weir and off-take structure. The intake was used to abstract water from the catchment and divert it to a nearby raw water reservoir via a 42-inch underground pipeline. However, the structure was failing to effectively screen river gravel, debris and fish from entering the pipe.

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DAM AND WATERCOURSE REFURBISHMENT

A county council contracted Stonbury, to carry out a package of repair works to dams and watercourse at various locations. The repairs were required due to deterioration of the masonry, erosion, tree root damage and water ingress.

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Green engineering: working with the environment to build a better future

The climate emergency requires immediate action from the water industry and Stonbury is proud to be able to offer green engineering solutions that will create a more resilient future for people and the environment.

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