Manhole construction and sewer connection in Wood Green, Haringey for new public café facilities

About the project:

Working with both Marlborough and the London Borough of Haringey, we carried out a manhole construction and sewer connection for the ROJ Café Kiosk currently being developed within Ducketts’ Common Park.

Through the process of early engagement in the pre-construction period, we identified the most cost-effective and efficient method of construction and engaged Thames Water directly on behalf of the client.

During the Construction Period we delivered the project according to timescale, budget and QHSE standards.

As the site is within a public park, we also demonstrated high levels of communication and co-operation with stakeholders and site management in order to minimise disruption to the public.

Client Feedback:

We have received extremely positive feedback from the client and stakeholders, with Sean Rielly, Project Manager at Marlborough, praising us for, “A high quality project delivered in a timely and professional manner. We would have no hesitation in recommending PDS as a most Competent and Professional Contractor in these type of works.”

Dave Butcher, Resident Engineer at the London Borough of Haringey, also congratulated us for our, “Quality of work and attention to detail of the highest order, and an approach to Health and Safety that is exemplary. I would have no hesitation in engaging PDS for future works or recommending their work to other organizations.”

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