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New drainage services closer to home in East Anglia

06/07/2017

Ready to roll – the new Lanes Swaffham team, from the left:  Ashley Manning, CCTV operator; Trevor Allum, Area Development Manager; Michelle Nichols, Administrator; Kristopher Doolan, Jetting and Vacuumation Engineer; Tom Grove, Regional Manager; Dean O’Leary, Blockage Engineer. Lanes Group plc has opened a new depot in East Anglia, bringing its drainage services closer to…

Ready to roll – the new Lanes Swaffham team, from the left:  Ashley Manning, CCTV operator; Trevor Allum, Area Development Manager; Michelle Nichols, Administrator; Kristopher Doolan, Jetting and Vacuumation Engineer; Tom Grove, Regional Manager; Dean O’Leary, Blockage Engineer.

UV lining first for Smart Motorway drainage

05/07/2017

It has been commissioned by the Carillion Kier Joint Venture, working for Highways England, to install ultra-violet (UV) liners during the M6 Junction 16-19 Smart Motorway scheme between Crewe and Knutsford, in Cheshire. The Smart Motorway upgrade will tackle congestion and improve journey times by converting the hard shoulder to a permanent extra lane, and…

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Lanes completes drainage checks at giant distribution centre

04/07/2017

A team of drainage engineers from Lanes Group has carried out a pre-handover drainage survey at a £100 million distribution centre being built for one of the UK’s fastest-growing home and leisure retailers. The Lanes Bristol depot was commissioned to carry out the pipe cleaning and CCTV drainage survey programme at The Range’s 1.2 million…

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Drainage refurbishment programme completed on health site

30/06/2017

Drainage teams from Lanes Group have completed a major drain cleaning and refurbishment programme as part of an upgrade of an NHS mental health and training centre. A full-site CCTV drainage survey was followed by extensive drainage rehabilitation work at Clifton House, in York, North Yorkshire. The site has two secure mental health units and…

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New abstraction app a “game changer” for water industry

28/06/2017

Lanes Utilities Regional Managers Casey May, left, and Craig May, who have led the development project for the new water abstraction app. Lanes Utilities has developed an app that promises to revolutionise the way water abstraction is carried out by wastewater companies. The app pinpoints 130,000 abstraction points across the Thames Water region and key…

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Metals recycling firm praises Lanes team for interceptor clean

26/06/2017

Top interceptor team – Jet Vac Engineer Brendon Parsons, left, and Operations Manager Lee Hubber, who attended Newbery Metals to clean the interceptor. One of the leading metals recycling specialists in south west England has praised Lanes drainage engineers for the highly professional work they did to clean a large fuel and oil interceptor at…

Top interceptor team – Jet Vac Engineer Brendon Parsons, left, and Operations Manager Lee Hubber, who attended Newbery Metals to clean the interceptor.