West London News

Full steam ahead for novel laundry maintenance support

27/06/2018

CCTV drainage survey technology has been put to a new use – helping inspect vital steam-generating equipment operated by one of the UK’s largest laundry services. Clean Services called in a CCTV drainage survey team from Lanes Group plc to obtain video images of pipework inside the machine at its laundry on Slough Trading Estate…

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Drainage engineers praised for emergency blockage support

29/03/2018

Drainage engineers from Lanes Group plc have been praised for their diligence in responding to a drain blockage at a hotel chain HQ that threatened to flood a kitchen. Kitchen staff at the Hilton Hotels international offices in Watford, Hertfordshire, had been experiencing drainage problems – so its site facilities management partner, Integral, called Lanes…

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Seven month rail viaduct repair project a success

15/12/2017

Lanes Group plc’s Rail Division has completed a substantial project to repair a viaduct carrying the Piccadilly Line over a river in West London. In a programme work that lasted seven months, large sections of brickwork on the viaduct across the River Brent near Alperton were replaced, reset, and repointed. Remote monitoring equipment has been…

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New West London depot establishes “strong base” in first year

09/10/2017

A new operational depot established to deliver specialist drainage services to customers in West London and the Thames Valley has made good progress in its first year. Lanes Group Development Director Richard Leigh said the depot, in Slough, Berkshire, is developing a growing portfolio of clients across a range of sectors, including local government, highways…

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Global interest makes “Fatty McFatberg” a new London tourist attraction

25/09/2017

The photos above show the Lanes Utilities team working on the monster fatberg found in Whitechapel, London. Dubbed “Fatty McFatberg” by the public beating “Fat the Ripper” in a poll taken on twitter by the public.   A “monster” fatberg being removed by Lanes Utilities waste water engineers in partnership with Thames Water has become one…

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