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.

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.


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