Case Studies, Techniques & Best Practice
Lawn Terrace Pipe Bridge Replacement
Lewis operate at the Strategic Partner level within the DCWW AMP 6 Capital Delivery programme. The Lawn Terrace scheme was ...
Lewis Civil Engineering Ltd have been established for over 30 years, the origins of the company commenced in 1984, initially specialising in deep...
West Quay SPS
The West Quay scheme was the part of 12 projects to improve the bathing water quality at Burnham-On-Sea. A 20m diameter, 18m deep Storm Water storage shaft...
Frome Valley Relief Sewer
The Frome Valley Relief Sewer scheme is a 4.7K pipeline using open cut and pipe jacking methods. Two 7m diameter shafts...
Frome Valley Relief Sewer (Phase 3)
The Frome Valley Relief Sewer Phase 3 was a key strategic project in AMP6 included in Wessex Water £2 billion investment....
Killams Taunton, Sewer Requisition Scheme
Lewis operate at the Strategic Partner level within the Wessex Water AMP 6 Network Delivery programme. This is a requisition scheme...
Rhymney Bridge Spillway No 2
The existing spillway structure at “Rhymney Bridge” was highlighted for major improvements as it had fallen into a bad state of repair. The scheme ...
Monmouth & Brecon Canal
As part of the annual waterway stoppage programme, Glandwr Cymru, the Canal & River Trust, undertake essential maintenance works on the Mon. & Brecon Canal.
Newbridge Rd, Port Talbot
Storm Retention Chamber: Construction of a Storm Retention Chamber to prevent the overflow spillage of foul water into rivers in storm conditions.
Treatment Works Scheme: Construction of a 2.5 million litre potable water reservoir & associated pipe work.
Storage Tank Construction: The construction of a 470m3 storm storage tank within the small historical village of Huish Episcopi.
The existing weir provided an unsuitable passage for migratory fish to enter the upper regions of the River Taff. The construction of a Fish pass was proposed...
Tregaron Flood Alleviation
Tregaron previously had a long history of flooding, with up to 133 residential and commercial properties at risk.
Northumberland Avenue Storm
Northumberland Avenue Storm & UV Scheme was a scheme to improve the quality of storm discharge and increase storage capacity within the existing works.
The work involved constructing a new section of the reservoir access road adjacent to the existing retaining wall which had previously collapsed at a location known as Pont Lluest Wen.
The New Cheltenham Road scheme provides additonal offline storage to the sewer network of approximately 200m3 in the form of a 7.5mØ, 7m deep segmental shaft.