Brookshaw Stuart has been contracted to supply fabrication works for numerous Yorkshire Water operational sites for both clean and sewage treatment works in the North, South and West Yorkshire operational areas.
Fabrication work has included chemical trays to ensure that clean water sites are not contaminated. We have fabricated bracketry works for inlets for storm and sludge tanks and more technical brackets for the measurement of levels of water and waste. Some of our most recent works for Yorkshire have been carried out on the below sites.
- Knaresborough, Harrogate
- Esholt, Bradford
- Knostrop, Leeds
Kingsnorth Power Station, Rochester, Kent
Brookshaw Stuart working alongside Lodge Sternavun installed the electrostatic precipitators that removed particles from the waste before entry into atmosphere. Challenges involved working alongside other contractors under stringent health and safety procedures for this blue book site.
Slough Power Station
Brookshaw Stuart and Redler Systems installed a new pelleting plant so that waste could be turned into pellets that would be burnt to create steam for the electricity authority. Brookshaw Stuart provided engineers and worked alongside many other trades to ensure that the project ran safely, smoothly and on time.
Installation of new conveyor systems for the steel industry working alongside Redler. The stringent controls on site meant that documentation to start and proceed through work was slow, but all understood it was a necessity to ensure everyone went home safe!
Recycling Centre Viridor, Skelmersdale, West Lancashire
Brookshaw Stuart worked on the waste centre facility to update machinery for the processing of waste. In addition to this we also acted on behalf of the client as principal contractor under CDM regulations and managed all other trades on site. Each posed their own challenges but an on time, incident free project was delivered.
Blue Star, Grimsby, East Lincolnshire
Brookshaw Stuart worked alongside Wolverine Proctor to renew the circular dryers used to dry fibres used in the production of airplane seats. Confined space and hot works presented significant safety issues to be dealt with. The material was extremely flammable and before the fibres were processed checks had to be done daily by the onsite fire crew to ensure no hazardous flammable material remained, before work commenced.
Celanese, Spondon, Derbyshire
Brookshaw Stuart was approached direct by Celanese to help with the acid purification system. The stills that were in place had minute cracks that required welding by a coded welder. The project involved using a crane to lift each section of the still to find the cracks and then weld them and reassemble them.
Drax Power Station, Selby, North Yorkshire
Brookshaw Stuart was asked to decommission the hammer mill plant that was used to pulverise material. This was large heavy equipment that required the use of large cranes and constant communication between the many parties involved.
Scotts Fertilizer Plant with Prominex
Here we installed large conveying systems for the removal and processing of fertiliser. Hot works systems were an essential part of the safe systems of work. We also dealt with the large removal equipment brought on site.
BASF Chemical Plant, Widnes, Cheshire
Working alongside carriers, we were contracted to install a bulk system for the removal of the manufactured rat poison, sold worldwide. The stringent onsite controls emphasised that hygiene in particular was a major factor in ensuring the safety for the team and employees of BASF.