2014 News

Lanes solves rain drain problem at heritage Tube train station

18/12/2014

Lanes Group has used its pipe relining expertise to help preserve the original look of one of the world’s oldest underground railway stations. Its engineers were called in by London Underground to reline the inside of Victorian cast iron roof columns which, for more than 150 years, had taken rain water from the roof of…

Lanes provides drainage support for university road improvements

10/12/2014

Lanes Group has been praised for its “superb” contribution to major road improvements on the campus of the University of Warwick. The company’s Minworth-based engineers carried out a series of CCTV drainage surveys and cleaned highway drains for contractor Costain, as part of scheme to upgrade the main public access route into the University. The…

Lanes team supports developer’s sewer adoption programme

26/11/2014

Lanes Group engineers are helping one of the UK’s largest residential developers achieve a smooth sewer adoption process at new home sites in Yorkshire and Humberside. The team at the Lanes depot in Leeds, West Yorkshire, are providing expert sewer adoption advice and support for sites developed by Taylor Wimpey. Two projects include Crest Park…

Lanes helps hold back the sea at Lowestoft Ness – The most easterly point in UK

31/10/2014

Lanes camera technology is being used to inspect sea defences at Lowestoft Ness the most easterly point in the United Kingdom to monitor their condition. A team from the Lanes depot at St Neots has been helping Waveney District Council, to monitor the foundations of the sea wall at Ness Point, Lowestoft, in Suffolk. The…