Sewer Rehabilitation News

Lanes no dig technology keeps traffic flowing in Bracknell

05/09/2014

Trenchless drain rehabilitation technology powered by ultraviolet light is keeping the traffic flowing along vital commuter routes in a busy Berkshire town while the road system is being improved. Lanes Group team based in Eastleigh in Hampshire has completed two major no dig drain reline projects in Bracknell as part of a programme of works…

Local structural repair – best option for decommissioning paper mill sewer pipes

25/06/2014

Lanes Group has used a no-dig patch lining technique to support the decommissioning of drainage pipes on a production site of leading global manufacturer Kimberly-Clark. The Lanes engineers based at the company’s Chester depot used local structural repairs, known as patch liners, to block lateral pipes at Kimberly-Clark’s paper mills in Flint, North Wales. The…

Hospital drainage system fighting fit thanks to Lanes for Drains

03/07/2012

Lanes for Drains engineers showed their sensitive sides when they were called in to carry out extensive drainage rehabilitation work at a hospital in Kent. Their ability to work in highly sensitive environments and find innovate ways to ensure patient care was not disrupted was just as important as their technical skill. Estates managers at Maidstone and Tunbridge…

UKSTT Awards – Lanes secured a double win

01/06/2012

The UK’s largest independent drainage specialist, Lanes Group Plc has scooped two prestigious industry awards at the 2012 United Kingdom Society for Trenchless Technology (UKSTT) dinner, with one of the accolades going to the group’s Castlebrae Drainage who are based in Glasgow, which won the renovation small category under £250,000. The UKSTT’s annual awards promote excellence in trenchless technology and recognise the…

Lanes lines chamber to keep Lincolnshire watertight

17/02/2011

Lanes has used Ultracoat, a revolutionary waterproofing rehabilitation system, to help a Drainage Board keep its patch of Lincolnshire free from flooding for another 50 years. The Upper Witham Internal Drainage Board (IDB) is one of 130 such organisations across the country which, together, look after water levels in over 1.2 million hectares of low-lying…