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Duct surveys prepare Hinkley Point C for National Grid link-up

23/03/2022

Buried ducts that will hold the high voltage cables connecting the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station to the National Grid have been surveyed and cleared of water by drainage engineers from Lanes Group plc. A team from the Lanes Bristol depot has carried out the CCTV survey and cleaning project so the 12…

Drainage survey team supports NHS emergency care boost

20/01/2022

CCTV drainage surveys have been carried out by Lanes Group plc as part of enabling works for a £26m scheme to transform NHS emergency care in North Derbyshire. Drainage engineers from the Lanes Sheffield depot have completed the surveys at Chesterfield Royal Hospital where work is due to start on building a new urgent and…

Pipe survey suits property firm at world’s oldest department store

15/11/2021

Drainage engineers from the Lanes Derby depot have contributed to a development project that could see the reopening of the property previously claiming to be the world’s oldest department store. They have carried out a CCTV drainage survey which may lead to retail and other activities opening once again in the four-storey property in Irongate,…

New digitally-enabled CCTV vans will ‘transform’ service

18/10/2021

Drainage and wastewater specialist Lanes Group plc is introducing new CCTV drainage survey vans with advanced digital data processing for faster and more effective reporting of survey data. The next generation vehicles also have improved systems for safer equipment handling and a range of features for improving the welfare of drainage engineers. The first CCTV…

Lanes supports build for new Starbucks at ASDA supermarket

28/06/2021

Drainage engineers from Lanes Group plc have carried out a CCTV drainage survey to support the construction of a new Starbucks store at an ASDA supermarket. The national drainage and water utility specialist carried out the survey for AKN Build, which is building the new drive-through store in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, on behalf of EG…

High-tech camera survey supports heritage railway plans

22/06/2021

Drainage engineers have helped volunteers with their ambitious plans to fully reopen a 170-year-old railway line by carrying out a survey of a large culvert that gave them a very pleasant surprise. The drainage investigation team from Lanes Group plc used a robotic camera to obtain HD-quality video footage at every point along the perfectly…