CASE STUDIES

THE CLIENT: MURPHY
LOCATION: Scotland
COMPLETED: July 2014

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CLEARANCE

IP Gas main for Murphy's in Scotland, when no other option was avaliable.

THE CLIENT:
LOCATION: Chelsea, London
COMPLETED: July 2014

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BASEMENT CLEARANCE, CHELSEA

Basement clearance 10 meters deep using our suction excavator!

THE CLIENT: NETWORK Rail
LOCATION: Bishops Stortford
COMPLETED: July 2014

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NETWORK RAIL

Bishops Stortford, Network Rail – silt clearance

THE CLIENT:
LOCATION: Audley End, Essex
COMPLETED: July 2014

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LAND SLIDE AUDLEY END

Rattigan's were asked to help clear a land slide at Audley End we were able to run 120 mtrs piping out and remove debris without the need of any line closures.

THE CLIENT: Clancy Docwra
LOCATION: London
COMPLETED: July 2014

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SEWER UNBLOCK FOR CLANCY DOCWRA

Rattigans was tasked to unblock a sewer for Clancy Docwra the invert was 6 mtrs deep and then a 200mm pipe was pushed inside the existing 300 mm pipes for about 5 mtrs where the blockage was successfully removed.

THE CLIENT: Thames Water
LOCATION: London
COMPLETED: Sept 2013

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THAMES WATER BURST WATER MAIN

Once again J.A.Rattigan's & Son Ltd was able to assist in the safe exposure of a burst water main for Thames water. We was called in due to the amount of buried utilities in the ground next to the burst water main. Making it extremely Hazardous to use any mechanical excavators.

The job was completed safely and quickly with no damage.

THE CLIENT: Laing O’Rourke
LOCATION: Sub Station, London
COMPLETED: 2012

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Located in the heart of the city a recently refurbished electric substation required excavation covering 1 meter underground and spread across the diameter over 15 metres.

J.A RATTIGAN & SON were able to assist throughout the project working together with their plant hire equipment and by implementing small excavation areas in which the suction excavation could be used. This reduced damage to cables and other environmental areas.

To enable us to excavate material, 2 holes with the excavation window size of 400 mm square were created, excavation nozzles and flexi hoses were used to enable our operative to excavate underneath cables and ensure the correct depth was met. Each phase was coordinated by our team to avoid any disruption, health and safety was at the forefront with our team informed and trained for potential risks on site and precautions were taken.

THE CLIENT: Volkers – Environmental Agency
LOCATION: Edmonton, London
COMPLETED: July 2013 – Ongoing

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The Volkers, Environmental Agency project commenced in July 2013 and is currently ongoing. J.A RATTIGAN & SON team of suction/vacuum specialists, surveyors and operators were onsite to undertake the task of removing both solid and liquid material, above ground from the river bank.

The aim of this project was to reduce river levels by using suction/vacuum technologies to clear the river bank to enable a concerete barrier to be constructed as a way of flood protection.

By using over 50 meters of extension hoses liquid, solid and silt type material was extracted and contained within the suction/vacuum excavator and tipped into an allocated onsite tipping area.

THE CLIENT: Skanska Piling
LOCATION: Tanner Street Station, London
COMPLETED: July 2013

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J.A RATTIGAN & SON team was tasked to remove debris from 12 metres deep pile. This took place in the middle of a busy site where NO OTHER option was available! Once again Rattigan's to the rescue and another job done successfully.

THE CLIENT: Thames Water
LOCATION: London
COMPLETED: August 2013

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Rattigans helped Thames Water on the mains burst in London recently with our suction excavators. We was called into safely expose all other utilities in the foot path allowing Thames Water to do their repairs.

RATTIGANS HEAR TO ASSIST IN ANY WAY WE CAN.

THE CLIENT: Southern Electric
LOCATION: Wokingham
COMPLETED: August 2013

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Rattigans were happy to expose HV (high voltage) AND LV (low voltage) cables in a electric sub station for Southern Electric in Wokingham. The task involved 30 metres of pipe to enable us to remove debris and complete the task safetly.