Composite covers for Met Office

We have supplied 1200x1200mm 4 Part Composite covers and galvanised frames to contractor Dancourt for a project at the Met Office in Exeter.

Supplied complete with galvanised steel rising frames, composite covers offer superior slip resistance, no inherent scrap value and fall below one man lift operation guidelines.

Hydrant chambers for Thames Water

We have supplied our 430x280x150mm ecoNOMY®  Hydrant Chambers to Costain Group for a project at Beddington Sewage Treatment Works in Croydon for Thames Water.

The ecoNOMY® range has been developed specifically for the utilities sector as a direct alternative to traditional concrete products.

Manufactured from 100% recycled post industrial PVC, our chambers have been independently tested to BSEN124 D400 loadings for footway and highway installations and are UK manufactured in both 75mm and 150mm depth increments.


Duct Chambers at MoD Logistics Hub

Advanced have been awarded a contract to supply the EasyPIT® and ecoNOMY® chamber systems to a new £60m logistics centre.

Situated between MoD Donnington and the Hortonwood Industrial Estate in Telford, Shropshire, the fulfilment centre will be used for storage of equipment to be transported to the front line upon completion.

Hydrant & Meter Chambers for South Staffs Water

Advanced are now supplying their ecoNOMY® Valve, Hydrant & Meter chamber sections to South Staffs Water and their sister company Cambridge Water.

As one of the UK's most widely used 100% recycled valve and hydrant chamber system, South Staffs Water are purchasing a wide range of sizes and depths of chambers via our strategic merchant supply chain partners.

E600 Chambers at Port of Hull

Advanced have recently supplied both the D400 and E600 loading EasyPIT® duct chamber system and associated fabricated steel access covers and frames to contractor C A Blackwell at Alexandra Docks, Port of Hull.

Engineering giant, Siemens, has chosen the Port of Hull as the location to build its world-class offshore wind turbine manufacturing facility.

Preparing this site has required C A Blackwell to infill one third of Hull's Alexandra Dock with 780,000m³ of material, to create a new 650m quay wall to accomodate 3 offshore wind turbine installation vessels as well as the removal of redundant site apparatus, bulk earthworks and the creation of a capping layer to provide a strong foundation for the new facility.


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