Our civil engineering projects have involved the construction of sewage treatment works, reservoirs, roads, civic amenity sites, river works, environmental improvement schemes, pumping stations and tunnelling.
We have installed the mechanical and electrical equipment associated with the treatment, monitoring and pumping operations were required in the projects.
Water and Sewerage
We have gained extensive experience of the construction of new and replacement sewers, watermains, treatment facilities, pumping stations and water retaining structures.
We have managed framework contracts involving the design and build of water and sewerage schemes for N.I. Water Limited.
Our utilities contracts have involved the installation of cables, ducts, chambers and control buildings.
These contracts have been carried out in both urban and rural locations.
Our utilities construction resources consists of in-house utility installation squads and reinstatement squads. Our utility management team are very experienced in all aspects of utility contract implementation.
We are currently constructing domestic and commercial buildings for our clients as well as our own private housing developments. We have been constucting domestic dwellings for over 30 years.
Since 1984 we have been operating sand pits resulting in the production of sands and gravels. Our aggregate products are utilised in the production of concrete, asphalt and construction materials.
Our sand pit on the outskirts of Dungiven has reserves of sand and gravel which is used by our construction division.
We operate a waste removal and skip hire division which provides our clients with a waste disposal facility.
We also operate an inert waste recycling facility from which we produce secondary aggregates. These aggregates are reused by our construction division and they are also offered for sale to be used in the construction and agricultural sectors.
The secondary aggregates are able to be used in road construction, landscape embankments, fill against structres and as drainage media.