GENERAL PROJECT

Stokesley Wastewater Treatment Works Upgrade

Northumbrian Water are investing almost £1 million to improve the performance of our wastewater treatment works in Stokesley alongside our framework partners Esh-Stantec. We plan to begin this scheme in March 2022 and expect it will take up to 3 months to complete. This scheme will help to improve the water quality of the River Leven.

Project updates

Update by Rachel Rutter

Good Afternoon All, 

Hope you've had a lovely weekend.

Our site team carried out the following work last week; 

following the excavation we have installed a concrete layer to the base followed by installation of reinforcing steel for the structure.

This week the site team will be installing the steel reinforcement alongside side shuttering works. New ducting and chambers for carrying electric cables will be installed. 

If you have any queries at all regarding our work in your area, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you

Rachel

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Update by Christine Taylor

Good afternoon

Please see below an update from the team on site.

Excavation was dug to proposed formation, it was found that there was an organic layer of material which needed to be removed.  This resulted in a slight delay as a review of our current works design with regards to working methods, it has now been revised to allow us to excavate to a greater depth than originally anticipated and remove the organic layer of material.  We have now started backfilling with a granular material to allow us to commence construction of the concrete structure from next week.

Christine

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Update by Christine Taylor

Good afternoon,

Following our last update, we have been advised by the site team that whilst carrying out the excavation works and piling installation, the team encountered unchartered services and physical obstructions such as redundants structures.  This has resulted in a delay in our work and will impact on our completion date.  We were hoping to have completed the works early July 2022, however our completion date will be 22 August 2022.

Christine

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Update by Rachel Rutter

Good Afternoon,

As mentioned previously we were preparing for the installation of the sheet piles to the excavation which have now been installed. There will be ongoing works which will be to reduce the ground level within the sheet piled excavation, this will generate approx 1000t of excavation arisings that will have to be removed from site.

Once the excavation is complete we will be moving onto the reinforced concrete structure that will house the new tertiary treatment plant. 

If you have any queries at all regarding our work in your area, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Thank you 

Rachel

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Update by Christine Taylor

Good afternoon,

I have spoken to our site team who have advised that the existing slab has now been broken out and removed from site for recycling.  The existing site wash water has been diverted around our area of excavation and a lighting column has been disconnected and removed. This week we are continuing with work for the preparation and installation of the earthworks support (sheet piles and bracing frames).

Thank you

Christine

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Update by Christine Taylor

Good afternoon,

My name is Christine Taylor, Customer Service Manager for Esh-Stantec.  Our team on site have provided an update of our progress on site.

We are now on site, and have been working on the establishment of site office and welfare set up.  The team have carried out trial holes to locate existing services,.  The temporary site access turning area for HGVs is also now in place.

They have been saw cutting existing concrete slabs and commenced breaking out of concrete slabs.

In future weeks our works will involve continuing breaking out concrete and remove from site for recycling, the diversion of on-site service wash water then moving on to main excavation works to reduce ground by 4m deep to allow for installation of process unit further along the programme.

I hope everyone enjoys their Easter Break.

Christine

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Update by Dean Thompson

Just a quick update to make customers aware that we have now awarded the contract to our delivery partner Esh-Stantec and that we plan to commence the works week commencing 28th March. We hope to have substantially completed the works by the end of June. 

The team will post regular updates throughout the construction phase of the project, and if you have any queries or want to make us aware of any additional assistance you require from us then please use the ‘Contact us’ button at the top of this page or post on this feed.

If you prefer a telephone conversation or require any further information or advice, please contact our Customer Centre on 0345 717 1100 or visit www.nwl.co.uk to request a call back from the project team.

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Update by Dean Thompson

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to our team and project.

I am Dean Thompson, the Northumbrian Water Project Manager, and I will be looking after this project through to its completion. The project will be delivered by Northumbrian Water’s delivery partner Esh-Stantec. 

Starting March 2022 we will be carrying out construction works at Stokesley sewage treatment works to add an additional treatment process and further improve the water quality of the River Leven. 

As the project develops I will keep you informed about our plans and progress by sharing our proposals with you on this portal. I am very interested to understand your views. 

The team will post regular updates throughout the construction phase of the project, and if you have any queries or want to make us aware of any additional assistance you require from us then please use the ‘Contact us’ button at the top of this page or post on this feed.

If you prefer a telephone conversation or require any further information or advice, please contact our Customer Centre on 0345 717 1100 or visit www.nwl.co.uk to request a call back from the project team.

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