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Electro-mechanical solution plays key role at pumping station

Electro-mechanical solution plays key role at pumping station
As part of a total renovation of Keadby Pumping Station, ECS Engineering Services has replaced and uprated a large span automatic weed screen cleaner at the site to increase flood resilience for the Environment Agency.
14th November 2017

Pumping station renovation improves flood defences

Pumping station renovation improves flood defences
Peakirk pumping station on the River Welland has received a full renovation from ECS Engineering Services, on behalf of the Environment Agency, which will significantly boost the effectiveness of flood defences in the area. Work carried out has included the refurbishment of the station’s pointing doors; the installation of an adjustable stoplog and automated weed screen; a renovation of the pumping station plus an inspection and overhaul of existing pumps on-site.
29th August 2017

Sluice gates to receive a new paint job

Sluice gates to receive a new paint job
As part of the continued work on Colwick Sluice, ECS has been awarded a contract to repaint the structure on the River Trent to improve durability and reduce corrosion. The project forms part of a wider initiative conducted on behalf of the Environment Agency, with the aim of improving safety and operational efficiency at the installation.
7th August 2017


The sweet smell of success at Candy Farm

The sweet smell of success at Candy Farm
The Environment Agency’s Candy Farm North and Candy Farm South pumping stations, near Doncaster, has employed ECS Engineering Services to replace its automated trash screen cleaner grab units.
24th July 2017

ECS steelwork to help improve York’s flood defences

ECS steelwork to help improve York’s flood defences
  Structural steelwork is being provided by ECS Engineering to create a new pump hall and control room above the existing facilities at the Foss Barrier flood defence scheme in the centre of York. The work is part of a larger £17m project designed to improve the city’s flood defences.
10th July 2017

Archimedes screw pumps boost local water infrastructure

Archimedes screw pumps boost local water infrastructure
  When three Archimedes screw pumps at the inlet of Severn Trent Water’s Mansfield Sewage Treatment Works required replacement, NMCNomenca contacted ECS Engineering Services to source and install new pumps. As the exclusive UK service agent for Landustrie Archimedes screw pumps, ECS was able to replace the screws to bolster the water treatment infrastructure at the site.
5th July 2017

Flood defences boosted by refurbished mitre gates

Flood defences boosted by refurbished mitre gates
  Peakirk Pumping Station has benefitted from a comprehensive refurbishment of its mitre gates carried out by ECS Engineering Services. Appointed by the Environment Agency to complete the project, ECS was able to boost the flood defence capabilities of the station with uprated gates despite facing a number of challenges.
17th May 2017

Scottish Water reconfirms ECS as Archimedes screw pump partner

Scottish Water reconfirms ECS as Archimedes screw pump partner
Extending its agreement with ECS Engineering Services for the supply, installation and repair of Archimedes screw pumps, Scottish Water is one of the largest operators of this type of equipment in the UK. The original Agreement was for one year and covered the supply of a complete service for screw pump provision, maintenance, repair and refurbishment, as does the extension.
27th April 2017

ECS demonstrating the benefits of Archimedes screw technology

ECS demonstrating the benefits of Archimedes screw technology
After a year of sustained growth with larger contacts across all of the business areas, and several new framework awards, ECS Engineering Services returns to the Pump Centre Conference. Highlighting its extensive capabilities and the many reasons for its ongoing success, ECS Engineering will be on stand F38, and visitors to the Pump Centre Conference 2017 will be able to learn about a range of screw pump repair and replacement services, as well as general water control project solutions.
10th April 2017

ECS Engineering gains contract for Kytra Lock gate replacement

ECS Engineering gains contract for Kytra Lock gate replacement
Awarded a contract by Scottish Canals, ECS Engineering Services has been given the job to replace four lock gates at Kytra Lock on the Caledonian Canal. One of most naturally appealing stops along this stretch of water, the work at Kytra constitutes part of a systematic replacement of infrastructure along waterways in Scotland.
21st March 2017

ECS Engineering Services earns Environment Agency Award nomination

ECS Engineering Services earns Environment Agency Award nomination
Recognised for its exceptional level of service, ECS Engineering Services have been nominated in the Environmental Agency Project Excellence Awards 2017. The Nottinghamshire fabrication and water control experts have been shortlisted as part of the ‘Managing Health, Safety and Environmental Risk’ category, with the nomination awarded regarding a major pumping station upgrade the company carried out for the Environment Agency in Keadby, Lincolnshire.
3rd March 2017

Steel fabricator receives a North Pole postcard

Steel fabricator receives a North Pole postcard
Even though Christmas has been and gone, the season of sending letters to the North Pole has certainly passed, however ECS Engineering Services has received a postcard from the other end of the Earth. The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have extended warm thanks for its help with a massive project to relocate Halley VI Research Station 23km to a different part of the Brunt ice shelf, and for supplying high specification, bespoke steel fabrications over many years.
24th February 2017

Framework contract for South-East awarded to ECS Engineering Services

Framework contract for South-East awarded to ECS Engineering Services
The Environment Agency has appointed ECS Engineering Services as a framework contractor responsible for delivering large MEICA maintenance contracts in the South East region. The award is the result of an open bidding process which invited organisations to apply for framework contracts for up to four years in duration.
7th December 2016

Efficiency at Romney Weir boosted by nine radial gates

Efficiency at Romney Weir boosted by nine radial gates
Nine radial gates have been fabricated by ECS Engineering Services for use at the Environment Agency’s Romney Weir facility. Designed to operate on the weir for at least 60 years and minimise operating costs, the gates add to already extensive renovation work carried out in the area by ECS.
17th November 2016

UK adjustable stop logs installed at Peakirk Pumping Station

UK adjustable stop logs installed at Peakirk Pumping Station
ECS Engineering Services has recently completed the installation of one of the country’s first adjustable stop logs at Peakirk Pumping Station. Located on the River Welland, ECS installed the stop log as part of an overhaul of the existing pumping station on behalf of the Environment Agency and Anglian Water. The new stop log will aid work in the area by offering a barrier to water flow while maintenance is carried out on certain facilities.
16th November 2016

East Anglian pumping station to be refurbished to reduce flood risk

East Anglian pumping station to be refurbished to reduce flood risk
The contract to redevelop and refurbish the Environment Agency’s Peakirk Pumping Station, near Peterborough, at the junction of the Rivers Welland and Folly has been won by ECS Engineering Services. The aims of the project are to improve the whole drainage of the surrounding area and provide improved flood prevention capabilities.
4th November 2016

Sluice gates are eel-friendly

Sluice gates are eel-friendly
The Environment Agency’s multi-million pound investment along the River Thames has been further upgraded by ECS Engineering Services with the installation of three stainless steel sluice gates and an eel pass at Caversham Lock.
28th October 2016

Structural steel bridges earn BCSA registration

Structural steel bridges earn BCSA registration
The British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) has registered ECS Engineering Services on ‘The Register of Qualified Steelwork Contractors Scheme (RQSC)’ as a professional and competent steel fabricator capable of delivering structural steel bridge projects with a value up to £3m.  
12th October 2016

River Thames receives makeover with environment investment

River Thames receives makeover with environment investment
The refurbishment of Temple Lock on the River Thames has been completed by ECS Engineering Services, as part of the Environment Agency’s £1.3m investment. The project included replacement of the lock gate sluice valves, and timber fenders as well as installation of two new access ladders and refurbishment of the lock doors themselves.
6th October 2016

Giving wildlife a crossroads

Giving wildlife a crossroads
An issue of increasing importance is conserving our natural environment around the ever expanding infrastructure in the UK. Particularly, roads and railways can present an insurmountable obstacle to wildlife, with thousands of animals becoming victims of road kill and presenting a sizeable hazard to transport users.
28th September 2016


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