Drainage Design

Drainage Design

In a period of ever increasing development constraints - both physical and financial - combined with changes to planning legislation and flooding events affecting many areas of the UK, it's never been more important to design developments in a sustainable, cost-effective way.
 
Aided by our extensive knowledge both of sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) and traditional drainage and infrastructure design, our experienced team of engineers will work closely with you to design, detail and deliver the most cost-effective SuDS to suit your development - ranging from open surface water ponds, constructed wetlands or dry detention basins to filter strips, swales, soakaways and permeable paving. Our own in-house ecologists can also help to create enhanced biodiversity and optimise environmental benefits.
 
We calculate greenfield and pre/post development run-off rates. We can also design headwalls, culverts and permeable paving. This detailed understanding allows us to liaise with water companies, and with the relevant environmental agencies for discharge consent, to secure statutory approvals and consents and advise on sewer requisition and adoption procedures - including Building Regulations Part H, adoptable Section 104 and drainage diversion Section 185 works.

Contacts

Tim Perrins Tim Perrins
Technical Director
+44 (0)1782 276700
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Graham Whitehouse Graham Whitehouse
Technical Director
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John Gibson John Gibson
Associate Director
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Recent Projects

Russell Foster Russell Foster

The plan was ambitious. Twenty new outdoor pitches, a changing pavilion, an outdoor store and car parking would give the Russell Foster Tyne & Wear Youth League much need... READ MORE

Chatterley Whitfield - Stoke-on-Trent Chatterley Whitfield - Stoke-on-Trent

When Birse Civils Ltd were planning to redevelop the Chatterley Whitfield site, we were commissioned to carry out drainage investigation work and prepare a surface water run-... READ MORE

Langtree Park Langtree Park

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Priors Hall – a ten year involvement Priors Hall – a ten year involvement

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When Eildon Housing Association commissioned the construction of a 36 unit general needs housing development at Kelso in the Scottish Borders, we were commissioned to provide... READ MORE

Flaxby Park, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire Flaxby Park, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire

The project involved development of housing on 110ha of land associated with the former Flaxby golf course and driving range, east of Knaresborough and west of the A1(M). To ... READ MORE