Recently in Bromsgrove a 100mm pipe beneath a conservatory and property extension was found to be collapsed and in need of repair but due to the surroundings would have been a costly dig. Colus were tasked with looking for a way to repair the pipe without the need to take down the extension.
A 900mm diameter, 123m long culvert in Argoed, Flintshire was in need of relining and initially a UV CIPP installer was awarded the project. After an initial CCTV inspection it was clear the UV system was not suitable due to the number of bends within the culvert – up to 45 degrees in places.
Colus were tasked with finding a solution to successfully line the culvert and determined that a hot cure inversion liner would best suit the project although the amount of fall (40m) over the culverts length presented a number of risks.
Last month, on behalf of Severn Trent Water, Colus were asked to fix a drainage and sewer system problem at a property in Leicester.
Using their expert knowledge, Colus identified that there had been a total collapse beneath a house extension.
Innovative sewer rehabilitation provider Colus Ltd have recently carried out a series of services to repair a brick culvert that runs within the grounds of York Minster, the largest gothic cathedral in northern Europe.
Working in conjunction with leading UK design and construction company Mott MacDonald Bentley (MMB)- on behalf of Yorkshire Water- Colus were called to investigate the problem of kerb stones on the footpath outside the Minster showing signs of sinking.
Innovative sewer rehabilitation provider Colus recently did some work for leading property, residential, construction and services group Kier MG.
Kier MG asked Framework contractor Colus if they could carry out a pipe repair on a pipe running beneath a retaining wall in Gloucester.