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Asset Refurbishment Programme

Project: Asset Refurbishment Programme of Works

Location: UK

Value band: £50m+

Client: Environment Agency

The Asset Refurbishment Programme of Works (ARPW) comprises a variety of design and construction works focusing on providing longevity to existing assets. This includes repairs/reinforcement to flood walls, bridges, embankments, siphons and sea walls; plus the delivery of structural inspections; ecological impact assessments, and dredging.


Since 2014 we've delivered 500+ ARPW projects, driving a 10% saving, developing standard ways of working to deliver these efficiencies.

Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management

Project: Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM)

Location: UK

Value: Projects £50k to £1.5m

Client: Environment Agency

The experience in the team enables us to deliver minor works, doing so efficiently; right first time; safely; without harm to the environment; and without increasing flood risk.

This is best demonstrated through our Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) framework. Work is spread across the West and East Midlands, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and East Anglia.


Projects include:

  • repair and maintenance at earth embankments

  • hard flood banks

  • culverts

  • revetments

  • desilting

  • sluices and locks

  • kiosks and control

  • buildings

  • access

Lincoln Defences

Project: Lincoln Defences

Location: Across the city of Lincoln

Value band: £5m-10m

Client: Environment Agency

Awards: ICE East Midlands Merit Awards (EMMAs) - Medium Project of the Year Merit Award - Winner

New and improved flood defences were required at eight different locations across Lincoln. 

We created a hub in the city centre to enable easy access to sites in the surrounding area. From replacing sluice gates to rebuilding flood walls to installing new sheet piling, on each site we dealt with the challenges of working in tight public
areas, employing techniques such as silent piling to minimise disturbance to our neighbours.

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