CSE were recently hired to attend a job located in Tamworth for a well-known water institution, in which the customer in question was working on the installation of a Weir pipe in preparation to avoid any future flooding to the area.
A Vacuum Excavation unit was used on site to create a test hole and this was done to establish whether there were any concealed services that may prevent the work from going ahead. It was decided that Vacuum Excavation was the best solution as the work was being carried out in a particularly busy and congested area.
Any services that were uncovered onsite needed to be excavated around with extreme care in order to minimise the risk of personal injury or costly service strikes. Due to the work being carried out in a congested area, our team ensured that the job was completed quickly and efficiently.
Vacuum Excavation offers a faster, more cost-effective solution than manual hand digging. A standard Vacuum Excavation can remove 2m3 of spoil per hour, while an inbuilt skip can hold up to 10m3 before it needs to be emptied. In short, one Vacuum Excavator will complete a job in the fraction of time in which it would take a team of labourers or a digger.
Another beneficial aspect of Vacuum Excavation is that it is a significant time saver.
If you would like to enquire about any of our systems or hire our team for work, please get in touch with a member of our team who will be happy to answer any questions.